Grooming Update 7th February
Teton Country/Jackson Community Trails Grooming Status
Due to the recent warm temperatures and lack of snow cover in the Jackson Valley, Parks and Recreation has suspended grooming for the following areas: Stilson/Wilson Centennial area, High School Fields, May Park and South Park Loop.
Additional snowfall of 6” or more and colder temperatures will be required in order to start grooming in these valley locations. The Levee at Emily Stevens is in marginal condition and will be a day to day decision moving forward.
Cache Creek and Game Creek continue to be accessible and we will continue our grooming efforts in those areas until weather conditions prohibit us from doing so. Updates continue to be available via JH Nordic Daily Trail Condition Reports - Sign up for Daily or Weekly email on our Home Page.
- Grand Teton National Park -Taggart to Signal Mtn via the Inner Park Road -grooming Tuesdays and Fridays - Conditions, coverage and grooming remain good.
- Teton Pines Nordic - skate ski tracks are fast and firm. Classic tracks are thin and fast.
- Trail Creek at the base of Teton Pass has daily grooming, and decent coverage (please remember to pay your trail fee if you do not have a pass)
Turpin Meadow Ranch - About a foot of new snow has fallen at the Ranch over the past few days. We have been out daily grooming with the Bully or the Ginsu. Conditions are fantastic! Our three plus miles of dedicated Fatbike single track are also in prime shape and riding great.
- Teton Canyon, Alta track, and Teton Springs in Teton Valley- groomed by TVTAP - thin coverage but adequate skiing. Try fat biking at Teton Springs
- Grand Targhee Nordic trails have excellent snow, thanks to their higher elevation.
Back-country Nordic can be found on and off trail in Grand Teton National Park, many Bridger-Teton US Forest trails, and on Togwotee Pass. Be avalanche preventive.
Fat biking trails , as well as community bike pathways are in excellent condition
Pick up the new Jackson Hole Winter Trails & Pathways Maps to see what's plowed vs groomed.
Grand Teton National Park (GTNP) Grooming is supported by the JH Nordic Alliance, GTNP Foundation, Skinny Skis, Dornan's, Prugh Real Estate, the Wyoming Recreation Trails Program grant, and many generous donors help to make this Community-sponsored grooming possible. Contribute to grooming (Taggart to Signal - 14.5 miles one way or 29 miles return) - Tuesdays and Fridays - by donating to the GTNP Foundation - note: "Nordic Grooming" on yr gift. GTNPF.org/donate