Tag Archives: Jackson Hole

Powder 8’s Grand Nationals’ Results

February 6’s Powder 8’s Grand Nationals in Jackson Hole could not have been a cooler, current take on an old-school classic competition. A triumphant return of the historic event to Cody Bowl’s Powder 8 face was a perfect alignment of conditions, weather, qualified skiers and a whole lot of ski spirit. Cutting to the chase, […]

20 Feet and Counting!

It’s official. Jackson Hole Mountain Resort has hit 243 inches of snow and we are now over 20 feet on the season! Visitors and locals will agree, Ullr has treated us well thus far this season, and with continuing storms cycles and a plentiful amount of sleeper powder days, skiers and riders in Teton Village have been grinning from ear to ear. All of […]

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). […]

Storm Dispatch: Jackson Hole’s January Cycle

January began inching along with all the powder chasers wondering where to go. Early last week a series of storms began to brew in the pacific and the results of those storms left us all in a frenzy. Here at the powder capital of the West, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, we’ve received an astonishing 5 […]

Powder 8 Local Qualifier: Lineup, Look Back and Results

After laying dormant for 15 years, a most-beloved ski tradition, The Powder 8, made its triumphant return to the Tetons yesterday on a stormy Jackson Hole morning. Christened with a foot of  fresh snow from the past couple days,  44 skiers combining to form 22 teams, headed for the hills via an 8:24 am tram […]

Little details make the biggest vacations

2016 certainly started with a snap and pow. After a postcard-fluffy white Christmas, New Year’s week was so cold I had to fib a little to our out-of-town friends about why I wasn’t on the hill everyday: “I will ski when the mountain is not so crowded with tourists like yourself.” My cousin Nick saw […]

Inches to Feet, This Storm is Producing!

The return of the powder!  We’ve had some great bluebird inversion days recently, but just as you start itching for some cold smoke, mother nature produced! As of 2:00pm 1/14/16, we’ve received 11″ of new snow since midnight. And there’s only more to come. So come out to Teton Village and enjoy the snow! Forecast: […]

Backcountry Safety Weekend

Its Backcountry Safety Weekend here at JHMR, and this Friday and Sunday Teton County Search and Rescue and Classic Air Medical are bringing their helicopters and staff to the top of the Bridger Gondola. January is the National Ski Areas Association Safety Month, and we are pleased to announce three days of event promoting safety […]

Meet Josie and the Jackson Hole Avalanche Dogs

January is the National Ski Area Association Safety Month.  This is a time for resorts to remind skiers and riders of the hazards and risks that are associated with our sport, so for the month of January we’ll be posting weekly with different educational blogs that are relevant to skiers and riders. We like to […]