SHIFT JH: A Beginner’s Guide to Saving the World

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Saving the world is an absolutely daunting task. These days, conservation and sustainability decisions are around every corner, whether it’s using re-useable grocery bags, turning off your lights when you leave a room, or buying an electric car. Some people are environmental champions. They incorporate green living into all facets of their life and set… Read more »

Jackson Hole at the James Beard House

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In anticipation of Jackson Hole’s first-ever cooking event at the iconic James Beard House in Manhattan’s West Village, we did some advance recon and took a summer visit to the culinary institution one warm August day to get the lay of the land for our October 2 media event and evening dinner feature.   The… Read more »

Disc Golf in Teton Village | Tournament Coming Up on Saturday 9/13

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Saturday will be a big day in Teton Village with summer activities like mountain biking, tram, ropes course and more in addition to the World Premiere of TGR’s Almost Live film. Adding to the fun is the Annual Jackson Hole Disc Golf Tournament, taking place at Jackson Hole’s own free disc golf course.

Riding the Range at Mill Iron Ranch

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There’s something fulfilling about riding a horse out here. After a long week of hanging with my toddler, and working on my computer in my spare time, I needed a moment to myself in the worst way. My Mom and I usually do an a trail ride at Mill Iron Ranch once a summer, and… Read more »

Taste of the Tetons #holefood

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Jackson Hole’s annual and highly anticipated Fall Arts Festival is well underway with the Western Design Conference, Palates and Palettes tonight and Taste of the Tetons, so the #holefood focus in Jackson is high right now. It’s perfect timing for this dedicated Friday Food forum where we explore the culinary landscape of Jackson Hole all… Read more »

September Activity Hours | Bike Park, Tram, Ropes, Dining, Retail & More

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The summer fun at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort doesn’t end just yet!  We have all of the details on hours and open/closed status of the summer activities summarized here: September Activity Hours Tram | Open daily through Sunday October 5 | 9:00am – 5:00 pm Aerial Adventure Course | Open Friday-Sunday through September, 10am-5pm Purchase… Read more »

Sita | Why You Need to Take Your Kids to the Ropes Course

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It’s no secret that kids and especially teenagers thrive off of adrenaline and risk. Here’s a way to challenge your kids in a way that’s not dangerous, but is challenging their brains and their bodies at the same time. If your kids have had enough of the same old thing, take them to Teton Village… Read more »

Kayaking in Wyoming – Class V on the Clark’s Fork Box

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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… Read more »

Ackerman Vineyards Winemaker Dinner | Four Seasons

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Head over to the Four Seasons Westbank Grill tomorrow night (September 4th @ 7 PM) for a winemaker dinner, hosted by Ackerman Family Vineyards. There will be 4 delicious courses from the Westbank Grill, all paired with wines from Ackerman. Reservations are required, see below for all of the details:

A Mountain Bike Ride with Andrew Whiteford | West Game Creek

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Words: Andrew Whiteford Heading out for a mountain bike ride from town, you’re hard pressed to beat the fun and adventure of West Game Creek. Hiding behind Snow King, West Game allows you relatively quick access to the sublime feeling of solitude. In addition to flowing singletrack, significant portions of West Game Creek were burned… Read more »