Winter of 2014 is going to go down as a winter I will never forget! Joanna and I met new friends, explored places we only dreamed of, skied more days than we ever had in one season…with aspirations to get even more days in next year! It certainly didn’t hurt that we were welcomed… Read more »
Posts Tagged: Skiing
My advice to you: skip that cheesy dinner date with the rest of America and go skiing. Get a babysitter, get some skis, leave your phone at home, and just go. When your hands get cold, go inside sit by a warm fire and drink hot chocolate and hot toddies and remember what’s so special… Read more »
Jackson Hole… Only one thing comes to mind for me when I think of Jackson Hole. Skiing!
We hope everyone has had a nice holiday and has been able to spend some time with family and friends! While I was getting ready for company, this was Ryan’s preparation…typical.
The tram opened up along with Sublette today, giving Jackson Hole 4,139 vertical feet of top to bottom skiing. The snow got even better throughout the day, as steady snowfall accompanied cold temperatures. We got out to “sample the conditions” aka ski some powder, and found plenty of goodies. Big Red is flying again!
Thanksgiving turned out to be special this year for so many reasons. Not only am I thankful for my wife, who has made so many dreams come true, but for the start of new traditions in a new town.
With snow totals over 55″ on the season, winter has been ramping up like crazy around Jackson Hole. We went up the tram for a look and were expecting it to look like winter, but the huge drifts were way beyond our expectations. The winter stoke is high right now, to say the least! Take… Read more »
Trick or Treat? Mother Nature is offering up nothing but treats for Halloween, with storm totals now approaching two feet and powder turns being found in the Jackson Hole backcountry. We got out for a few turns this morning to celebrate Halloween and all of the new snow. We are fired up on skiing powder… Read more »
Ahhh…winter in Jackson Hole. As we head into spring the snow melts into water and fills up our lakes and streams, home of whitewater rafting and world-class fishing. But we can’t forget about the snow that came first: A night time view of the town of Jackson below and the groomers hard at work at… Read more »