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Touring at Taggart

It was a gorgeous day on Sunday.  Many, many folks enjoying the sun and fresh snow in the park. Here are a few pics of our day touring up to Taggart Lake.

– George D.

Thanks for the photos!

Moose Chase Highlights

It was a well attended event- ages 5 to 80, from JH and across the region. Fantastic efforts by all for a hilly, challenging race! JH Ski Club coaches were out cheering for their student-athletes. Course was in excellent groomed condition- with a bit of windy blasts, sun. Here are a few photos, enjoy!

Trail Creek Report

Last Updated: 2/18

Frosty Moose!

This family of moose was contentedly lounging right beside the ski cabin this morning, relatively oblivious to the groomer’s attempts to get any work done.  It is not recommended to get this close to moose; however, as they were just outside the cabin door it was a somewhat safe photo op.

At Trail Creek it is a beautiful bluebird day, although the temps are a little cool with 11:30 AM readings being -14ºC/7ºF.  The Pisten Bully made a journey to Wilson today for a little rehab from all the recent snow; hopefully it will be up to snuff and ready to groom lots of snow by tomorrow.  The Ginzu was called into action today, grooming mainly The Stadium and Sky View Stadium.  All skate lanes are in good condition and, while the National Forest classic tracks are a bit weak, the rest of the classic tracks are also quite nice.

Big weekend coming up!  Nearly 300 regional youth will be gathering for spectacular Nordic adventures.  More information about the IMD Intermountain Youth Championship can be found here.  Look for the fields to be quite busy from Friday afternoon through Sunday.

Groomer’s choice for today is some laps in the sunny fields.

Turpin Meadow Ranch Grooming Report
Last Updated: 2/17

One avid Turpin trail user gave us huge compliment saying “these are the best Nordic trails in the country!” Come visit and become our next biggest fan. We have incredible trails, rental gear available, delicious food, and a cozy lodge. Get up here before the season is over, only 3 more weeks!


Teton Co./Jackson Parks & Rec Grooming Report
Last Updated: 2/18

Photo of Cache Creek today courtesy of Angela from Bushong Property Services grooming to Noker on Mondays.

2/16: 7:00am the levee is groomed and in good shape. I am heading to Stilson now and should be done around 9:30.

Grand Teton National Park Grooming Report
Last Updated: 2/17

The sun is trying to cut through the fog. Hope everyone has a chance to go out and ski GTNP this Holiday Weekend. Thanks for working today Brandon!


Teton Pines Grooming Report
Last Updated: 2/18

Conditions are great! The temps will be chilly this week so make sure you use your cold wax. Stay tuned for information on our spring sale coming up soon!
Wax recommendations for the rest of this week: Glide Swix LF6(Blue); Grip Swix Blue
Visit our website at or call (307) 733-1733

Shooting Star Grooming Report
Last Updated: 2/16

Weather has finally calmed and the Nordic skiing should be great. Expect the trails to have a few quirky spots, as it will take a few days to work in the recent snowfall. Take a break from all the shoveling and go for a xcski!

Next Update: Wednesday

Grand Targhee Grooming Report
Last Updated: 2/18

President’s Day ski session, a tradition for many! To aid in the fun, we’re supplying powder stashes, good visibility, après at the
Branding Iron Grill, and après and free live music at the Trap Bar from 3:00 – 6:00pm, featuring the Jamie McLean Band. Just
throw on an extra layer because it’s going to be a bit colder than yesterday. Happy Monday!

Cross Country/Fat Bike 15k: XC OPEN (Last groomed AM 2/18/2019), Fat Bike CLOSED.

Pinedale Nordic Trail Report
Last Updated: 2/16 @ 9am

All trails above groomed this morning. About 1-2 inches of new snow overnight. 21F degrees. Road is plowed. Little breezy. Should be pretty good skiing. Also did the CCC trails last night – might be a little blown in today.

Alta Track

Grooming Schedule: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday
Last Updated: 2/17 @ 11am
Skate: Fair |  Classic: Good

Grooming Schedule: Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Last Updated: 2/16
Skate: Fair  |  Classic: Fair
Classic and skate skiing groomed tonight.

Sherman Park

Grooming Schedule: Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Last Updated: 2/14 @ 11am
Skate: Fair |  Classic: N/A
Made a number of laps to reset the track Thursday am. It is a bit wet and soft but fair and skiable.

Teton Canyon

Grooming Schedule: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
Last Updated: 2/18 @ 7am
Skate: Good|  Classic: Good
Heading out to groom 0730. Should be done by 10am.

Teton Springs

Grooming Schedule: Monday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday
Last Updated: 2/17 @ 7pm
Skate: Excellent  |  Classic: Excellent
Set all tracks Sunday night, and all should set up nice overnight. All should be excellent skiing.

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: 2/17
Singletrack: Poor
Marked conditions as poor due to windblown hardpack that will breakdown with traffic

Southern Valley Single Track

Grooming Schedule: As Needed
Last Updated: 2/17
Singletrack: Fair
Groomed upper and lower ladyslipper
2 Passes with the V plow
2 Passes with the big drag
Single track should be good

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

US College Ski Association (USCSA) Championships – Nordic Races

When: Sunday, March 10
Where: Trail Creek Nordic Center, Trail Creek Road – off Hwy 22, Wilson WY

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