Meet the newest addition to the Teton Village family.

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August was born five days ago and has become quite a popular little lady in Teton Village. People line the fence to watch the new colt. She loves to play, eat, and sleep. Sounds like a typical baby right? August is a draft cross and her mom, Nellie used to pull sleds for the Omish. Nellie is… Read more »

Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard Club

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Old Bill’s Fun Run for Charities is happening on September, 7th. Over the past sixteen years, the event has helped local charities raise nearly $91 million and has touched the lives of thousands. Over the years, those dollars have helped house homeless pets, feed the hungry, teach our children and protect Jackson’s natural beauty. Before… Read more »

Rendezvous Mountain Hillclimb | 2013 Results

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The 2013 Rendezvous Hillclimb happened on Saturday morning, with participants taking on the challenge of running 4,139 vertical feet over 7.4 miles to a summit elevation of 10,450 feet. This hill climb was the final stage of the Run to the Summit Series which included earlier stops at neighboring Grand Targhee and Snow King. Patryk… Read more »

The Handle Bar: Slope Side Dining at its Best

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Earlier this summer a few of us gathered on the slope side deck of The Handle Bar to experience the restaurant’s new summer menu.  When we arrived to the Four Seasons Resort & Residence Jackson Hole we were pleasantly surprised to be greeted by the man himself, Michael Mina. Chef Mina was in town refining the… Read more »

Bike Park | New Features

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Our trail crew is always adding to the fun in the Bike Park. They’ve just built a couple of new features at the bottom of Bandit and they are a welcome addition and fun to watch for those loading the lift at the bottom. Here’s a quick look at both in action:

Teton Village Welcoming Committee

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The horses in front of JHMR are nicknamed the “Teton Village welcoming committee.” Driving into Teton Village it is hard not to notice the massive, friendly horses, often lined up at the fence with people petting their soft noses and feeding them the occasional carrot or apple. The six horses are all Percherons which is… Read more »

#JHdreaming | 100 Days Until Ski Season

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Winter is coming! We’re only 100 days out from ski season at Jackson Hole and we’re counting down daily with the hashtag #JHdreaming. Check out the video for a little cold-smoke cool down, and play along with us by using #JHdreaming on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

Couloir Restaurant: A look at the Seasonal Summer Menu

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Last week Allison, Cara and I had dinner at Couloir; both of them were dying to try Chef Wes Hamilton’s 2013 summer menu.  Allison and Cara are the founders of Dishing Magazine, our valley’s leading foodie publication.  Near the end of the meal Cara said “this is one of my favorite dining experiences in Jackson… Read more »

Jackson Hole Hikes | The “Wildflower” Trail

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“Wildflower” is a gorgeous new trail that links the Lower Faces trails from the bottom of the mountain all the way up to Casper. Great views of the valley, aerial tram, gondola and wildflowers can be soaked in to the fullest, as our trail crew has put in a number of benches at several scenic… Read more »

Flyfishing | Flat Creek on the Elk Refuge

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August 1st marked the opening of the National Elk Refuge section of Flat Creek, just outside of the town of Jackson. This section of Flat Creek offers easy access, big fish and really difficult fishing. If you’re looking for scenery and challenge, this is an incredible location to fish. We went out on Thursday morning… Read more »