Category Archives: General

JH Sports Employee Gear | Al Hunter

What do our employees wear/use when they’re out enjoying the mountains on their free time? This is a question we get a lot in JH Sports, and it makes sense. Our staff is always in the know when it comes to the latest gear, and they get out on the mountain A LOT. We’ll start […]

Z | Riding with Jeremy Jones in the Tetons

January has been a whirlwind of work travel, and a little family time. One of the highlights of the month was working with legendary snowboarder Jeremy Jones, and the TGR production team. I had the chance to work with Jeremy during his Grand Teton attempt. Riding the Grand had been a long time dream for […]

Backcountry Basecamp | Feb 8-9 in Jackson Hole

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 […]

Raffle, TGR Movie, and Music – Benefits Teton Adaptive Sports

The Teton Adaptive Sports (TAS) Annual Fundraiser Raffle event is the primary source of income for the TAS Winter Sports Scholarship Fund, which provides financial assistance for people with disabilities to take Adaptive Lessons through the Adaptive Programs at Jackson Hole and Grand Targhee. Last year TAS committed over $16.000 to support adaptive skiers. TAS […]

19 Feet and Counting in Jackson Hole

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 […]

Running With The Big Dogs

Editor’s Note: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) neither encourages nor discourages backcountry touring. Skiers/snowboarders crossing out of the JHMR boundaries do so at their own risk. Read the posted signs at the designated access gates before proceeding. Call the Bridger-Teton National Forest Backcountry Avalanche Hazard & Weather Forecast at 307.733.2664 for more information or contact […]