Tag Archives: Jackson Hole

Powder Returns to the Tetons

Old Man Winter decided to return to the Tetons dropping a foot of fresh snow. It may be March but powder skiing has returned to Jackson Hole. This morning we went to check out the goods with ‘Cover Boy’, Tanner Flanagan, ‘POV Star’ Owen Leeper and, US Ski Mountaineering Team Member, Meredith Edwards. We headed […]

Dick’s Ditch 2015 Results

The 16th annual Dick’s Ditch Banked Slalom was another great success! Competitors from all over the country came to test their times on “that crazy ditch.” Racing conditions were excellent, with hard and fast turns in the morning, and softer conditions as the day warmed. See results below. 2015 Dick’s Ditch Final Results (PDF)

Athletes Predict Snow for Jackson Hole

Around October, the chatter begins. “Did you hear it’s going to be an off the chart snow year?” “According to Chris Farley, El Nino means powder” “Check the Farmer’s Almanac-it’s going to be so good.”   Whether  you’re at the Whole Grocer, Persephone Coffee Shop, or even pumping gas, you’re bound to hear someone predicting […]

SHIFT JH: A Beginner’s Guide to Saving the World

Saving the world is an absolutely daunting task. These days, conservation and sustainability decisions are around every corner, whether it’s using re-useable grocery bags, turning off your lights when you leave a room, or buying an electric car. Some people are environmental champions. They incorporate green living into all facets of their life and set […]

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 […]