Earlier this month Nina, the Public Relations Manager at Four Seasons Jackson Hole, and I had the opportunity to climb the Grand Teton with Exum Mountain Guides. We finished the adventure with a sense of accomplishment, exhaustion and exhilaration. Exum is an amazingly professional guide service who has been working and operating in the Tetons for […]
This coming Monday, August 25th The Deck will be serving up cocktails, food and views, but also will play host to View22, an art project with a purpose created by local artists benefiting the Jackson Hole Land Trust. From the top of the Bridger Gondola, in the valley below you can see over 20 Land […]
In everyone’s image of a mountain range, there at the base, lies a stunning blue green spectacle of reflection, the lake. It looks inviting in summer’s heat, but once it’s reached is usually too cold to venture past the ankles or for a quick head splash. The Tetons thankfully meet that perfect imagery, carved by […]
Tomorrow at the Jackson Hole Farmers Market (8am – 12pm) Couloir Chef Wes Hamilton and his staff will be out on Town Square serving up a free, fresh bite of food for everyone.
This month’s issue of Vogue is a must read for any Jackson Hole fan. With Blake Lively gracing the cover, the gorgeous 14 page spread set in and around the Jackson Hole valley captures the actress in iconic and lesser known locations.
The threat of severe weather wasn’t enough to get in the way of an extremely fun mountain bike race on Friday Night. The first in a series of three chainless mountain bike races in the Jackson Hole Bike Park had a good showing and fun was had by all. The chainless format is a great […]
The big news on the foodie front this week is that the Jackson Hole community will be showcasing our culinary talents to the New York media and public this October 2nd at the historic James Beard House. Chefs Roger Freedman, Executive Chef for Fine Dining Restaurant Group and Chef Wes Hamilton, Executive Chef at JHMR […]
It’s a beautiful summer night in Jackson Hole, and a cool breeze whirls through the rodeo grounds, bringing smells of dirt, leather, and horses to the crowd. We’re watching the break away competition, and the announcer calls Crystal Wright’s name; she’s on deck to run next. 3, 2, 1 and she’s off, and just as […]
The pathway system in Jackson Hole is expansive, with over 42 miles of pathway in Teton County and an additional 14 within Grand Teton National Park. One of the great outreach initiatives of local non-profit Friends of Pathways is promoting access to this expansive network among multiple user groups. With the upcoming Access August event […]