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JHNordic enables you to search for one or many trails by choice of Region, Trail name, Distance, Difficulty, Snow quality and grooming, Dog access, Snow-shoe and Fat bike access.

On the Trail Search page, each icon represents a way to choose /filter what you are looking for. Click on an icon image to turn it on and off. Or try a broad search by region, snow quality/grooming, dog-friendly, etc.

Level of Difficulty

Easy

Flat, groomed, to gently rolling trail

Intermediate

Rolling, moderate ups and downs
(includes the easier untracked trails)

Advanced

Steep ups and downs – crossing over into the back-country AT ski domain

Snow Type Icons

When there are 2 “snow quality” icons: i.e. skier tracked & untracked – much of the time, the trail may have a skier track, however, after a snowfall, you may be the 1st one on the trail, thus “untracked”.

Skate

Machine groomed smooth and wide for skate skiing

Groomed

Machine groomed for classic nordic / cross country skis (2 parallel ski tracks)

Skier Tracked

Classic ski trail made by skiers

Snowshoe Friendly

Recommended for snow-shoeing (some groomed locations do not allow snow-shoes)

Untracked

No visible track or fresh snow over skier tracks– often on a skier tracked trail after recent snow-fall, where you are making the first track/ breaking trail

Snowmobile Tracked

Trail is packed by snowmobiles, either USFS groomed or recreational users. (This can be a decent track for classic skis on otherwise untracked trails)

Fat bike Friendly

Trails where fat bikes are allowed. (Since this is growing all the time, please let us know updates on new trails)

Other Icons

Closed

Trails may be closed all season due to Wildlife closures or temporarily closed.

Loop

Trails which are a loop or a series of loops. Some Trails may have options to ski either one or several loops or out and back

Out and Back

Trails which are out one way and back the other. The lengths for these trails is always measured as the total distance out and back. Some Trails may have options to ski either out and back or one or several loops.

Dog Friendly

Dogs are allowed on most public groomed trails (Teton Co/Jackson Parks & Rec Trails & TVTAP trails) as well as US Forest Service trails. In some cases, dogs must remain on a leash. Dogs are also permitted on a leash on the groomed Jenny Lake to Signal Mtn trail in GTNP. Remember to pick up after your dog and respect other people and dogs on the trail.