Jackson Hole Nordic Alliance – Cross Country Skiing Jackson Hole

The Best Source for Jackson Hole Winter trails

Explore 100+ winter trails for Cross Country Skiing, Skate Skiing, Fat Biking & Snowshoeing in Jackson Hole, Teton Valley and Grand Teton National Park. Jackson Hole Nordic is committed to bringing you the latest information on all things winter recreation in the Greater Teton area.

From the best winter trails, GPS maps, real-time grooming schedules and latest Winter Trail Reports to local winter trail events, tours, rentals, lessons, news and more. Jackson Hole Nordic makes it easy to find all the resources and info you need! Our team is passionate about helping you have greater access to safe and accessible adventures.

Recreate Responsibly on Jackson Hole Winter Trails

The winter season offers exceptional opportunities for wildlife viewing. Elk, deer, moose, pronghorn antelope, bighorn sheep, and trumpeter swans are all animals you may come across during winter recreation. Learn more about wildlife on the Bridger-Teton National Forest and what you can do to help critters survive harsh conditions.


Recreate Responsibly - Respect wildlife, give them space as they navigate harsh winter conditions

news & events

Best of Jackson Hole Trails


Grateful for Groomed Winter Trails
Throughout the 2023-2024 ski season in the Teton area, a …
Pro Tips from Nordic Experts (continued)
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Pro Tips from Nordic Experts
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Partner Spotlight – Cody Downard
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GTNP Nordic Webcam

Taggart Lake Trailhead – Grand Teton National Park

With support from Grand Teton National Park the webcam is back! Keep tabs on crust cruising status for spring. Tune in next winter for snow and weather visuals.


  • 13 April 24 – Daily Trail Report
    Connect to the grooming page for relevant updates before you head out! Today’s Avalanche Forecast Nordic and winter trail users are urged to use caution when recreating on trails and terrain below steep slopes. The BTAC reports and their website is a valuable local resource for planning your outing. Visit their forecast page for the most up-to-date information. A Heartfelt Thank You to Teton Area Groomers Throughout the 2023-2024 ski season in the Teton area, a dedicated group… Read More