National Bike to Work Day – in all other areas of the country – is May 15. As you all know, Jackson Hole spring weather isn’t always conducive to a community bike ride, especially when it’s 30 degrees and raining. Which is why, TODAY, JUNE 1 is Jackson Hole’s Bike to Work Day. And what a beautiful day […]
I’ve called Jackson Hole home for over 10 years now. I moved to the Tetons out of an obsession with skiing, and ended up staying year round because of what you might call a “single track mind”. Over the years, when the trails weren’t covered in snow, I would spend as much time as I […]
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 […]
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)
21 inches since Friday and we are close to normal for season snowfall and snow depths. Normal is really great in Jackson Hole!!! Our snowfall totals for the season are now 232” with a depth of 83”. The storm began on Friday and on Saturday we woke up to our first of two bluebird powder […]
We are excited to announce that 19 year old, Justin Mayers, has been added to the Jackson Hole athlete team. We have a very elite team with names like Travis Rice, Bryan Iguchi and Lynsey Dyer representing Jackson Hole. Justin is a great ambassador, very friendly and absolutely rips. He spins and flips off features […]
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 […]
It’s only October 1st and the top of the mountain is covered in snow. We rode up the tram this morning and found blistery cold weather and the entire tram dock covered in rime. The workers had to shovel off the tram dock, a pathway to Corbet’s Cabin and the deck.
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 […]
The valley’s oldest standing dude ranch is looking a little nicer these days thanks to the University of Pennsylvania’s Architectural Conservation Lab who is spending a week doing a top-to-bottom preservation project on one of the ranch’s many historic sleeping cabins.