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Public Service Announcement

Winter Services Update/Pathway Plowing-February 11, 2019

 Jackson/Teton County Parks and Recreation has implemented some changes to our winter service levels.  Due to the increased snow levels in recent weeks and the lack of snow storage space, Highway 22 pathway from Skyline Ranch north to Emily’s Pond will no longer be cleared.  Additionally, South Park Loop Rd pathway from Grand Teton Circle south/east to Highway 89 will also be abandoned.  Once conditions improve and temperatures warm, we will begin to clear these sections for spring access.  If changes occur prior to spring melt, we will update the community on changes.  Continue to check the Parks and Recreation website for updates on service changes, grooming and ice rink maintenance:  Thank you for your understanding.

Nordic Recreational Masters Clinic

Don’t miss the clinic this Thursday for classic tips, technique and a fun ski. This Thursday 11-12:30 at Teton Pines Nordic.

Photos from our last session. Fun in the snow! Great tips for balance, timing, better glide, and more…

Cache Creek Fat Bike Update

2/11: We groomed Hagen, Hagen Highway, and lower Ferrins last night and will probably go out every night this week with the snow forecast to keep things open.

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Trail Creek Report

Last Updated: 2/11

A Sea of White!

It just keeps on coming with no signs of letting up; things are reaching epic proportions here at Trail Creek as of late.  Since last night’s grooming about 5 inches of snow have fallen with about another 2 feet forecast before Saturday’s Moose Chase.  However, Nordic conditions for Saturday should be quite favorable as snow fall is forecast to drop off in time to hopefully be able to provide some firm and fast conditions and temperatures are supposed to be in the very Nordic friendly mid 20 range for start time.

As of 1:15 PM today at Trail creek the temperature is -8ºC/18ºF with light snow fall and calm winds. Today’s grooming was double Pisten Bully passes of the Moose Chase Course with fresh classic tracks. With snowfall continuing through the week look for this grooming format to continue with the classic track being moved back and forth each day for the rest of the week.

Do be sure to give the moose and elk a little room on the trails as they are having a tough time getting through the snow lately.  Moose calves are having to leap to move around off trail.

Groomer’s choice for today is Moose Chasing (not literally) through the fields.

Turpin Meadow Ranch Grooming Report
Last Updated: 2/9

What builds endurance, strength, coordination, and is lots of fun? Nordic skiing, snowshoeing and fat biking at Turpin, that’s what! Our trails continue to be firm and fast. We’re open until March 10, that’s only 4 weeks away. Don’t miss an opportunity to enjoy this special place, be here now!

Buy Your Turpin Meadows Trail Pass!

Cache to Noker Mine is being groomed today.

Grand Teton National Park Grooming Report
Last Updated: 2/10

It’s a little windy with some drifting snow in GTNP. If you love to ski go into the park today from Taggart to South Jenny.




Teton Pines Grooming Report
Last Updated: 2/8

We groom daily for skate and classic and should have great skiing throughout the weekend! We had so much snow this week (around 40”) it took us a couple of days to dig out. What a difference a year makes!! Wax recommendations for Friday: Glide Swix LF6 Grip: Swix Blue/Green

Shooting Star Grooming Report
Last Updated: 2/9

The moose are out and taking advantage of the amazing Nordic conditions. Be on the lookout for these fuzzy guys as they seek refuge from the deep snow. The course received extensive blade work over the last few days to assist w/leveling the track. Expect softer skiing to remain as plenty of the white stuff is expected to accumulate through all next week. Enjoy!

Next Update: Wednesday
Note: Track in excellent condition, thanks to Friday intensive grooming.

Grand Targhee Grooming Report
Last Updated: 2/11

Mondays are all about fresh starts. The hill hit reset, and you can too because untracked
powder awaits you! 8″ overnight, with a 6% water to snow density means you may very well be having face shots for breakfast.
Grab some coffee of course but skip the grub and get on up here. Ullr has you covered.
There’s more snow on the way. Temperatures will remain low today, peaking around 11 degrees. Winds will be blowing SW from 13-21 mph, and there is a solid 100% chance of snow. 3-7″ is expected to accumulate over the course of the day.

Cross Country/Fat Bike 15k: XC OPEN (Last groomed AM 2/10/2019), Fat Bike CLOSED.

Pinedale Nordic Trail Report
Last Updated: 2/11

All trails above groomed this morning. About 4″ of new snow. 2F degrees at 8:30AM, sunny, but looks like more snow coming. Road and parking areas plowed. Flat grooming the CCC ponds now.

Alta Track

Grooming Schedule: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday
Last Updated: 2/10 @ 11:30am
Skate: Fair |  Classic: Fair
Quite the battle out there this morning. I set the classic track, but there’s a good bit of drifting snow and many sections filled in before I finished my second lap. I was unable to finish setting the skate lane due to mechanical issues. If you do head out there, be ready for an adventure.


Grooming Schedule: Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Last Updated: 2/11 @7pm
Skate: Fair  |  Classic: Fair

Monday evening groom session. There was so much snow it was hard to know where the old track was…

Sherman Park

Grooming Schedule: Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Last Updated: 2/11 @ 10am
Skate: Good |  Classic: N/A
A couple of laps with the roller just before the new round of snow started. Could be nice for a little while , a few winds bumps but nothing bad. Thanks to the stake fairy (Av). Didn’t get stuck this week!

Teton Canyon

Grooming Schedule: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
Last Updated: 2/11 @ 7am
Skate: Fair |  Classic: Fair
Monday: Running a bit late this morning. Plan to start grooming about 9am. Will use roller to pack down new snow and set both classic and skate tracks. Should finish by 11am.

Teton Springs

Grooming Schedule: Monday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday
Last Updated: 2/11 @ 9am
Skate: Good |  Classic: Good
Reset Tracks this morning. Snowing and a bit windy. Trails should be good for the early part of today.

5th Street Singletrack

Grooming Schedule: Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Last Updated: 2/5 @ 11pm
Singletrack: Poor
Trail is snowmobiled in, but not groomed. Planning to roll it out tomorrow…stay tuned!

Teton Springs Singletrack

Grooming Schedule: Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Last Updated: 1/24 @ 7pm
Singletrack: Good
All Singletrack in Teton Springs is groomed. Enjoy!

Southern Valley Single Track

Grooming Schedule: As Needed
Last Updated: 2/5 @ 11pm
Singletrack: Good
It’s all good in the hood! Trails may be a little soft if temperatures don’t drop. Please use discretion.

For more info on Teton Valley grooming, visit their grooming page.

Learn to Skate Ski – hosted by Teton Co/Jackson Parks & Recreation and Teton Pines Nordic Center

When: Tuesday, February 12 from 5-6pm
Where: High School Athletic Fields -meet at Summit High School Parking Lot (100 Middle School Road)
No previous experience necessary
Must be 18 and over. Bring Yr own skis – special 50% off Rentals available at Skinny Skis

Skinny Skis Moose Chase Nordic Ski Race – 27th Annual

When: Saturday, February 16
Where: Trail Creek Nordic Center
-30K, 15K, 5K, 3K, 2K Freestyle * – part of the Triple Crown Race series

West Yellowstone Rendezvous 2019 Race – 2K, 5K, 10K, 25K classic, 25K & 50K freestyle 
When:  Saturday, March 2
Where: Rendezvous Trails, West Yellowstone, MT

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