Tag Archives: Andrew Whiteford

Get Local: Riding (and Building) the new Skyline Trail with Andrew Whiteford

The Skyline Trail is the latest (and maybe soon to be greatest?) piece of trail in Jackson Hole’s extensive Cache Creek trail network.  Though not yet complete, the Skyline Trail will run 6.31 miles along the Skyline ridge, connecting the top of the Ferrin’s trail to the Cache-Game Divide, offering up incredible views in all […]

Corbet’s Couloir Is Open and Skiers are Going Huge

Anyone who has ever edged his or her tips into the gaping maw of the entrance to Corbet’s Couloir has participated in the dream. There is simply nothing like it in North American skiing. Steep, rocky and wild, Corbet’s Couloir is where skiers go to prove their mettle (or more often, to retreat in fear). […]

A Mountain Bike Ride with Andrew Whiteford | West Game Creek

Words: Andrew Whiteford Heading out for a mountain bike ride from town, you’re hard pressed to beat the fun and adventure of West Game Creek. Hiding behind Snow King, West Game allows you relatively quick access to the sublime feeling of solitude. In addition to flowing singletrack, significant portions of West Game Creek were burned […]

Jackson Hole Bike Park Opens on Saturday

Saturday June 14th is opening day in the Jackson Hole Bike Park and we can’t wait to add bike park laps to our regular routine. Smooth, flowy trails with features for all ability levels are what makes the Bike Park so great. We got out recently to get reacquainted with the trails and check out […]

Jackson Hole in BIKE Magazine | Behind the Scenes with Jay Goodrich Photography

Jackson Hole is featured in the May issue of BIKE Magazine with 15 pages of writing and photos that feature the greater Jackson Hole mountain bike scene. From the Jackson Hole Bike Park and Cache Creek Trails to the riding on Teton Pass and at Grand Targhee, the article captures the essence of the local […]

Downhill Mountain Biking in Jackson Hole | Teton Pass

The Jackson Hole Bike Park offers lift-serviced mountain biking on well-built trails for all ability levels.  If you’re an advanced rider you’ll want to spend some time at the bike park as well as on some of the singletrack on Teton Pass. Here is a little taste of the fun offered by the Parallel trail […]