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Informal Small Group Skiing at Trail Creek

Due to current coronavirus health concerns, we regret that this Thursday’s final Nordic Masters Rec Skate Ski Clinic is cancelled.

For those still interested in skate skiing this afternoon, an informal small group will be skiing at Trail Creek Nordic Center – meeting at 11am at the Ski Club cabin. We respect the need for appropriate social distancing. Don’t forget to bring $15 for your trail fee.

Good “off-season” spring classic and skate skiing currently at Trail Creek.

Grooming Updates and Closures

As things are changing by the day, we want to update our community on grooming schedules. So far there are no changes to existing grooming schedules. But some schedules are already extended, all subject to snow:

  • Teton County Parks & Rec- Grooming extended from March 15 to the 28th
  • Trail Creek- Grooming until March 30th
  • Teton Pines Nordic Center announced Monday they have closed for the season and no grooming will take place this week. Teton Pines Nordic Shop and Clubhouse are also closed. Thanks to all for a great season!!
  • Shooting Star – Grooming continues for classic and skate skiers, however, NO SNOWSHOEING for the remainder of the season due to snow conditions and supervision. Please, note many trail restrictions will begin to appear as the season begins to winds down and the snow profile diminishes. The Nordic Shop will be closed until further notice.
  • TVTAP groomed trails- assume grooming will continue based on snow.
  • Snake River Sporting Club Nordic Trails closed for the season.

Uphill Closures:
– Grand Targhee – will be closed for the rest of the 2019/20 winter season, with no further grooming for the Nordic and fat bike trails. However, skiers and cyclist may use the trails. No uphill travel on the alpine ski slopes.
-Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and Snow King Resort have closed for the season joining the effort to slow the spread of COVID-19

Pole, Pedal, Paddle Cancelled

The Board of Directors and the leadership staff of the Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard Club (JHSC) have canceled the 45th Annual Rendezvous River Sports Karen Oatey Pole Pedal Paddle (PPP), scheduled for April 4, 2020 to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 “Coronavirus.” JHSC was subsequently informed that the Teton County Commissioners have denied the special event permit for the same reasons in action taken at the public meeting March 16. 

Stay tuned for information about how we will be celebrating the 5-year anniversary of the Karen Oatey Scholarship Endowment, and our progress with scholarships at the Club.

Fat Bike Rental Update

Hoback Sports is Closed for the Season in Terms of the Store and thus NO Fat Bike Rentals for the remainder of the season.

Trail Creek Nordic

Last Updated: 3/18
Grooming Daily

All Caught Up!
Today’s grooming happened last night with the Ginzu groomer.  Temps had warmed into the low 40’s yesterday afternoon allowing the Ginzu to not only make some pretty nice corduroy on the skate lanes, but a new classic track was set on almost every major trail with mostly positive results.

Conditions will be very fast early in the morning, warming as the day proceeds so pick your time by watching the thermometer and how fast you like your skiing.

Yesterday was a surprisingly busy day as people are looking for healthy ways to get exercise.  Just remember to keep your social distance and follow all the rest of the appropriate procedures and we can hopefully maintain this resource for some time yet.

The next grooming will be late this afternoon.

Groomer’s choice for today is to keep healthy.

Teton Co./Jackson Parks & Rec

Grooming Today: High School Fields, Emily’s Pond Levee, Stilson, Wilson Centennial
Last Updated: 3/18

8am: Cache Creek and May park are groomed and in good shape. Game Creek will be finished around 11.

Shooting Star Nordic 

Last Updated: 3/17
Grooming Daily

Snow conditions are NOT safe outside of the groomed trails. All traffic needs to remain on the groomed areas as the current snow coverage is very deceiving and inconsistent, increasing the likelihood of injuries. 

Trails this week will be icy during the morning period. Expect conditions to soften as temperatures warm. Grooming will shift to evenings beginning today at 5pm. The current snow profile is very trying on equipment. We’ll do our best to continue providing a quality product, but expect icier spring style skiing. Thanks and be safe. 

Jackson Hole Golf and Tennis Club

Update: 3/9

From our Nordic track maintenance team:

With rising temperatures and winter coming to an end, adjustments will be made to the route of the groomed trail. Beginning this past weekend, the trail will only be groomed on the north side of Spring Gulch Road.

This accomplishes two important things. For one, it allows us to extend the grooming period of the season because as the roadways clear it becomes increasing difficult and unsafe for the staff to cross the roads with grooming equipment. In addition, suspending grooming operations south of Spring Gulch Road helps us minimize disturbances to the local moose population. In general, please be extra mindful not to disturb wildlife during this important period for their winter survival.


Last Updated: 3/16

Nordic: Trails above were groomed yesterday morning and should be in decent shape. CCC Ponds grooming is done now due to March 15 wildlife restrictions in place for migrating deer – and they are migrating. If you do use those trails, please give wildlife their space and control your dogs. With these warm temperatures, probably won’t groom the golf course more unless we get a big snow. Thank you to the folks who have helped keep the trails clean and picked up after their pets – that has been a huge help. Thank you also to Andrew Zook who volunteered to groom the fat tire trails – has helped to divert bikes off the ski trails. Will groom above as weather allows.

Fat Bike 2/13: All Lower Kelly Park is groomed with a great riding base. Should be perfect conditions for the next 3-5 days due to high pressure system. For more information contact Geared Up, 307-399-5539 c.307-760-1912,

Turpin Meadow Ranch

Last Updated: 3/8
Grooming Finished for the Season 

TMR nordic and fat bikes trails are no longer groomed, however, are open for access thanks to Bridger-Teton USFS public lands. Bring bear spray as bears are starting to emerge from winter hibernation.

Click on our Turpin Ranch Cam to see real-time weather, conditions and views of the ranch.

Grand Teton National Park
Teton Park Road

Last Updated: 3/17
Grooming Has Ended

Spring plowing began in Grand Teton National Park on Monday, March 16. The plowing operations mark the end of over-snow access on the 14-mile section of the Teton Park Road between Taggart Lake Trailhead and the Signal Mountain area.

For safety reasons, visitors may not access the Teton Park Road once plowing operations are underway.   Rotary snow removal equipment and plows may be working at any time, and the roadway will be closed to all uses at all times until further notice. Skiers and those on snow shoes using areas adjacent to the roadway are cautions to avoid the arc of snow blown from the rotary equipment because pieces of ice and gravel can be thrown great distances. 

Teton Pines Nordic

Last Updated: 3/16
Grooming has Ended for the Season 

Teton Pines Nordic Center announced Monday they have closed for the season and no grooming will take place this week. Teton Pines Nordic Shop and Clubhouse are also closed. Thanks to all for a great season!!

Grand Targhee Nordic & Fat Biking

Last Updated: 3/15
Grooming Finished for the Season

Grand Targhee will be closed for the rest of the 2019/20 winter season, with no further grooming for the Nordic and fat bike trails. However, skiers and cyclist may use the trails. No uphill travel on the alpine ski slopes.



Grooming Today: Alta, Teton Springs

Alta Track

Grooming Schedule: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday
Last Updated: 3/18
Skate: Not Set | Classic: Not Set


Grooming Schedule: Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Last Updated: 3/18
Skate: Good | Classic: Good

Set the Classic Track and rolled in the new snow on the Skate Lane. Surface was soft and hopefully will freeze overnight. Noticed that new wet snow when packed left a water layer on top of the old track..

Sherman Park

Grooming Schedule: Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Last Updated: 3/18
Skate: Fair | Classic: Fair

Groomed a few inches of fresh snow and added a fresh pair of corduroys. It might actually ski pretty well once it freezes. Enjoy!

Teton Canyon

Grooming Schedule: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Last Updated: 3/17
Skate: Good| Classic: Good

Used the roller this morning to pack down the 4-6 inches of wet snow. A bit sticky, but both classic and skate turned out fairly well, for most part. We will continue grooming into April, assuming conditions allow.

Teton Springs

Grooming Schedule: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
Last Updated: 3/18
Skate: Fair Classic: Fair

Groomed this morning both skate and classic tracks. Finished around 11am. Morning snow of about 2″ of heavy!

For the remainder of the season I will plan to groom when conditions are suitable, and will keep posting updates to inform.

Yeti’s Loop

Grooming Schedule: Tuesday, Friday
Last Updated: 3/17
Skate: Excellent| Classic: Good

5th Street Singletrack

Grooming Schedule: as needed
Last Updated:

Skinned a lap after some foot traffic then rode front portion on triple wide. Need a sled for more compaction but will keep trying!

Teton Springs Singletrack

Grooming Schedule: as needed
Last Updated: 3/2
Singletrack: Excellent

Plowed with v plow. All good

Southern Valley Singletrack 

Grooming Schedule: as needed
Last Updated: 3/16
Singletrack: Fair

Darby Canyon

Grooming Schedule: as needed
Last Updated: 3/17

South Leigh Road

Grooming Schedule: as needed
Last Updated: 3/17



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