Tag Archives: Grand Teton National Park

Jackson Hole Fall Photo Roundup

Fall colors are bright, the days are getting shorter, and winter is right around the corner. As fall is continuing to show its colors in Jackson, the valley is filled with aspen and cottonwood trees at the height of their colorful seasonal change. The Aerial Tram is open until October 9th and now is the perfect time […]

Sita | Mountain Lakes

In everyone’s image of a mountain range, there at the base, lies a stunning blue green spectacle of reflection, the lake. It looks inviting in summer’s heat, but once it’s reached is usually too cold to venture past the ankles or for a quick head splash. The Tetons thankfully meet that perfect imagery, carved by […]

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 […]

Road Biking in Grand Teton National Park | Spring in Jackson Hole

The inner loop of Grand Teton National Park has been plowed but is closed to vehicle traffic until May 1st, creating a perfect opportunity for some vehicle-free road biking, strolling or other non-motorized traffic to enjoy the sights. There couldn’t be a better time to dust off the bike and soak up some incredible views […]

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 […]