Category Archives: General

Cache Race | Preview with Hoback Sports

Editor’s Note: The Cache race set for 6/18/14 was cancelled due to wet conditions. The race will now go off on Wednesday, July 16th. The mountain bike race season is upon us here in Jackson Hole and will kick off with the Cache Creek Mountain Bike Race Wednesday, July 16th. The Cache to Game Mountain […]

Doing Trail Work at Bradley Lake with the Youth Conservation Program

The Youth Conservation Program is more than a summer job; it’s an action-packed educational opportunity that accomplishes much needed work in one of America’s most popular landscapes while helping participants develop a personal conservation ethic. Each summer in Grand Teton National Park, a group of 16 to 19-year-olds works, earns, and learns during this highly […]

New Summer Athlete: Meet Eric Orton

This summer here at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort we are excited to partner up with an elite team of summer athletes, we’re calling them The Dream Team, as these folks “live the dream” on a daily basis, whether it be biking, running, roping or kayaking, they are training, working outdoors and always enjoying the best […]

The JH2O Project

  September 2013 saw the start of another Leadership Jackson Hole class. This class, offered by the University of Wyoming Extension is a series of sessions and workshops for emerging and established leaders who wish to increase their leadership skills, knowledge and participation in community issues. This 9 month class is offered every two years […]

What to Do this Weekend in Jackson Hole | June 20-22

With so much to do at any one moment in Jackson Hole it is easy to get lost in the options.  This weekend is no different.  With seemingly unlimited options for outdoor activities along with a great lineup of music and other activities this weekend is sure to live up to the hype.  There are […]

Winter’s Last Stand | Chasing Summer Snow with JHMR Athlete Griffin Post

I hastily rifled through bins of winter gear in the shed in my backyard. I had neatly packed away all of this stuff for the season just last weekend. Flurries were flying outside and the word was that significant snowfall had already accumulated at the higher elevations of the Teton Range. The date was June […]