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Jackson Hole’s Chief Waffle Architect At The Top Of The Tram

Follow Jax on Instagram | Follow Lance on Instagram Howdy folks, Jax n’ Lance here for a special story on Butch Swintek. In our opinion, he is the waffle master up at Corbet’s Cabin at the top of the tram here in Jackson Hole. Butch has been rocking his waffle skills for us for 5 […]

JHSP Jen Calder leading the charge with charm, grit and grace.

Follow Jax on instagram | Follow Lance on instagram Howdy Folks, Jax n’ Lance here for a very special feature on Jackson Hole Ski Patrol featuring Jen Calder who is the assistant director. Last March, Jen “broke ski patrol’s ice ceiling” by becoming the first woman ever in JHMR’s 50 years to assume a management […]

POWDER POST – Celebrating JH POW for #JH50’s Holiday Snow

Follow our stoke on Instagram: Jax: @wonderwomanjax Lance: @lance_koudele It’s been a sweet start to the season, eh? With 13 feet and counting and the first bluebird days since we moved here in early December, we are STOKED! With that said, we must interrupt our usual blog posts right off the bat to showcase all of the […]

CRAMP ONS, ICE AXES – TOPPING OUT!

Jax n’ Lance here for a weekly dose of adventure. First things first, can you believe the ridiculous amount of snow we have been getting?!? Call me a broken record or call it groundhog day, yet 44 inches since the 28th? Blasting through records, and literally dropping snow more days than I can keep track […]

It’s not just about the down – The Epic feat of SkiMo

Howdy, Jax n’ Lance here to explore the epic feat of SkiMo with you. SkiMo (Randonee) can be defined as the following from wiki: This is a form of ski touring that variously combines the sports of Telemark, Alpine and Backcountry skiing with that of mountaineering. The spectrum of ski mountaineering spans from ascending a […]

Running With The Big Dogs

Editor’s Note: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) neither encourages nor discourages backcountry touring. Skiers/snowboarders crossing out of the JHMR boundaries do so at their own risk. Read the posted signs at the designated access gates before proceeding. Call the Bridger-Teton National Forest Backcountry Avalanche Hazard & Weather Forecast at 307.733.2664 for more information or contact […]