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 »

Backcountry Basecamp | Feb 8-9 in Jackson Hole

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Backcountry Magazine makes the first stop of its basecamp tour at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort this weekend. The Backcountry Basecamp will be set up at the Bridger Center all weekend to bring the backcountry to the masses. The event features displays of the newest backcountry equipment and technical apparel, as well as on-site guides and… Read more »

21 Feet and Counting | It’s Deep in Jackson Hole

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Nine inches have fallen in the past 24 hours with 4 of those coming after the lifts closed yesterday. This brings our six-day snow total to over 35 inches and we are now over 21 feet of snow this season (253″ to be exact). Watch the deepness:

19 Feet and Counting in Jackson Hole

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The latest storm has brought over a foot of new snow to Jackson Hole, bringing the season total above 19 feet on the season. This storm wasn’t just relegated to the upper mountain- we enjoyed a great coating of powder from top to bottom. The whole mountain is skiing incredibly well and snow is still… Read more »

Celebrating New Years in Jackson Hole

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Over 9″ of fresh snow have fallen over the past two days in Jackson Hole, bringing us to over 13 feet on the season.  Since the Jackson Hole valley lives and breathes snow, we couldn’t be happier about our New Years gift.  Between the Torchlight Parade, Fireworks and deep powder skiing, Jackson Hole is starting… Read more »

New Years + Holiday Lights | Jackson Hole and Teton Village

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We’ve been reveling in the fun of a White Christmas in Jackson Hole, and the combination of holiday lights and fresh snow falling out the window has us geared up for a great 2014. We will be celebrating tonight with a Torchlight Parade and Fireworks starting around 6PM. More Details.

Jackson Hole Babe Force | Women’s Ski Day on Saturday

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Words: JH Athlete Crystal Wright There is no doubt that Jackson Hole’s female athletes can ski with the best of the boys, but it doesn’t mean they always want to. Growing up in Jackson I was inspired by the camaraderie of the infamous Jackson Hole Air Force – skiing’s biggest underground fraternity, it’s members being… Read more »