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 »

The Making of Surf Jackson Hole with the GoPro Hero3

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Lunch Counter is a Class III rapid on the Snake River that has a standing wave that a surfboard and a kayak can surf from 8,000-12,000 cfs. I had always wanted to make a video on the wave , so back in June when the water levels were ideal I called up three of our athletes… Read more »

Riding Mountain Bikes in the Tetons | Video

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The mountain biking in the Tetons can stand toe to toe with the scenery, and this video from Yeti Cycles shows both in abundance. Yeti pro team riders Chris Van Dine and Joey Schusler showcase the riding on Teton Pass as well as over at Grand Targhee:

Kim Havell Skis the Otterbody on the Grand Teton

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JHMR athlete Kim Havell moved to Jackson Hole two years ago and has skied what many people would call a lifetime of lines in one seasons in the Tetons. Recently, Kim skied the Otterbody Route which is on the East Face of the Grand Teton. With only a handful of descents on the Otterbody, Kim is… Read more »

Friday Night Bikes | Every Friday Through September 13th

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Friday Night Bikes is here! Starting tomorrow, July 12th the Jackson Hole Bike Park will be open on Friday nights until 7:00 pm. From 5:00 – 7:00 PM enjoy $10 lift tickets, drink specials from Tin Can Cantina, 2-for-1 bike rentals from JH Sports and a live DJ to add to the party atmosphere. Come… Read more »