2013/14 Jackson Hole Season Recap | Photos

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2013/14 was a blur of season in Jackson Hole (although they all are) and we decided to take a look back at some of the more memorable days of the season. The snow started falling in earnest in late October. This photo is from tram worker Mark Hannon who captured an absolutely gorgeous sunrise at… Read more »

End of Season Sales at TVS and JH Sports

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The best time of the year to get great deals on ski gear is at the end of ski season, and both JH Sports and Teton Village Sports are stepping up to the plate with some great late season deals. Here’s a quick summary of what you should be looking for: – All skis are… Read more »

Jackson Hole Rendezvous

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With one of the deepest snowpacks in Jackson Hole history, snow currently falling and 3 nights of free live music, the first annual Jackson Hole Rendezvous is sure to be one for the books. Thursday through Saturday night is loaded with incredible live music: Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe on Thursday, Blues Traveler on Friday and… Read more »

100 Day Club Countdown

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Are you going to make the 100 Day Club this season? The list below is as of end of day on April 2nd. Those on this list still have a chance to hit the 100 day mark for the 13/14 season at JHMR. 100 day club members will be invited to breakfast at Couloir on… Read more »

Jackson Hole Goes Over 450″ on the Season

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The snow keeps coming! The report was 12″ this morning, pushing us to 453″ on the season. The Rendezvous Bowl plot is currently sitting at 136″, the second deepest it’s been on record for this date (March 18th) in history. Needless to say, the skiing has been incredible this season. The latest foot skied amazingly… Read more »

Fat Biking in Jackson Hole

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Words: Kendall McCune It’s hard to deny that for winter activities in Jackson Hole, skiing is king… but why does that mean we have to forget about our favorite summer activities? A few weeks ago, I discovered firsthand that my high pressure day dreams of being on my bike don’t have to remain that way…. Read more »

Skiing with the Steep & Deep Adaptive Camp

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I got to ski with the Steep & Deep Adaptive camp last winter and have been looking forward to the chance to do it again ever since. Not only do these guys have a blast on the hill, but they absolutely shred and the energy is contagious. Campers come back year after year and it’s… Read more »

By the Numbers | February aka “Storm-ruary”

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Jackson Hole hasn’t seen a February with more snow since 1986.  February has been the second snowiest on record, with well over 11 feet falling (140″ to be exact).  Since the snow globe got shaken up on 1/27, there have only been three days without measurable snowfall.  Mother nature isn’t calling it quits either, with… Read more »

Bluebird Powder Day with the Jackson Hole Backcountry Guides

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As it currently stands this has been the second snowiest February on record and bluebird skies have been rare. This morning was an exception to “Stormuary” and skies dawned blue. The Jackson Hole Backcountry Guides headed out to nearby Cody Peak to take advantage of the sunshine and deep snow. Head guide Dave Miller leads… Read more »