We are excited to announce that 19 year old, Justin Mayers, has been added to the Jackson Hole athlete team. We have a very elite team with names like Travis Rice, Bryan Iguchi and Lynsey Dyer representing Jackson Hole. Justin is a great ambassador, very friendly and absolutely rips. He spins and flips off features […]
With over 100 inches of snow blanketing the Tetons, the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) will open 100% of the mountain with the Aerial Tram and Sublette chairlifts opening on Friday, December 5th, accessing 4,139 vertical and 2,500 acres of terrain.
It’s been an amazing start to the year in Jackson Hole. Skiers and snowboarders have been all smiles and it’s no surprise as the snow has been incredible. Today, December 1st, we hit 100” for the season! On Thursday we opened with Teewinot, Apres Vous and Casper. This Saturday the Bridger Gondola, Marmot and Thunder […]
With a recent storm dropping almost two feet of snow the mountain is filling in nicely. Check out footage from the last storm and some pow shots to get ready. See you on the slopes, Thanksgiving Day, November 27th. Post by Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Photo from Casper. The inversion shot from the top of […]
Jackson Hole is renowned for its winter season and the great skiing and snowboarding that we have. And the old adage that we get 8 months of great skiing and 4 months of bad skiing is on the mark so far this winter.
It’s only October 1st and the top of the mountain is covered in snow. We rode up the tram this morning and found blistery cold weather and the entire tram dock covered in rime. The workers had to shovel off the tram dock, a pathway to Corbet’s Cabin and the deck.
Editor’s note: Whether it is paddling (or surfing) the local water of Jackson Hole or buzzing around the lower atmosphere via kite, Will Taggart succeeds in creating his own brand of Jackson Hole adventure. Also a passionate photographer and videographer, Will’s Vimeo channel offers an intimate look into the sports that make him tick. Story […]
The valley’s oldest standing dude ranch is looking a little nicer these days thanks to the University of Pennsylvania’s Architectural Conservation Lab who is spending a week doing a top-to-bottom preservation project on one of the ranch’s many historic sleeping cabins.
The Youth Conservation Program is more than a summer job; it’s an action-packed educational opportunity that accomplishes much needed work in one of America’s most popular landscapes while helping participants develop a personal conservation ethic. Each summer in Grand Teton National Park, a group of 16 to 19-year-olds works, earns, and learns during this highly […]