Pisten Bully Fundraising Campaign

We are making progress to our goal of $306k!

The Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard Club is reaching out to our community to let you know that our Pisten Bully Fundraising Campaign has now gone public to over 400 members of our community who are users, donors, and supporters of the trails at Trail Creek just like you. We ask for your support to reach our fundraising goal by the end of the winter season, and for your help spreading the word on our goal to secure a new Pisten Bully.

How Can I Donate to the New Pisten Bully? 

  • Online HERE with a credit card (3% fee) – select “General Support” – enter “Cat Campaign” in the ‘memory field’
  • Call (307) 733-6433 to pay with credit card (3% processing fee)
  • Check made out to “JHSC” and mailed to PO Box 461, Jackson WY 83001 

If you have any questions about this exciting purchase or are interested in otherhttps://jhskiclub.org/donation means of support, please reach out to me at ali@jhskiclub.org or (307) 733-6433 ext 101.

Wydaho Ride Groomed Winter Challenge with Kait Boyle

Ride our favorite fat biking trails to help fundraising for grooming machines for TVTAP and Friends of Pathways: March 6th to March 27th.

Kait Boyle has partnered with Fitzgerald’s Bicycles to bring awareness to the winter grooming efforts in our communities! For the next three weeks, March 6 to 27 (weather depending), we are challenging you to get out and ride 4 world-class fat biking trail systems: Southern Valley Singletrack System (Victor, ID), Cache Creek Singletrack System (Jackson, WY), Horseshoe-Packsaddle Snowmobile Trail System (Driggs, ID) and Teton Canyon Trail (Alta, WY).

The goal is to ride a route that may not be your usual routine or in an area for the first time, while also bringing awareness to what it takes for these community organizations to keep our winter trails riding!

Lost Dog- At Emily’s Pond

Charlie is a 20 lb golden doodle that went missing around 10:30am on March 4 at Emily Steven’s park. He is not from this area. He is incredibly friendly and was last seen with a silver prong collar with no tag. He is microchipped. 
If you have seen Charlie or have any information on him please call Josh at (404) 436-8411

Trail Creek

Last Updated: 3/7

Western Youth Championships Final Day!

Trail Creek will once again be a locus of Nordic racing today with hundreds gathering for the final day of racing in the Western Youth Championships.  Today’s technique is skating with the course including a high speed downhill run on the legendary Nordic X course!  Results from yesterday’s classic race are available here and today’s results will be posted on the event website as they become available.

Grooming for the course happened last night.  While the fields will be closed most of the day for the race, the woods trails are open to the public by accessing from the end of the old pass road.  No grooming has happened there this weekend, but skiing should be pretty good as no snow has fallen and conditions were mostly cloudy yesterday with moderate temperatures.

Moving forward, grooming will possibly be happening in the evening for the rest of the season depending on conditions.  Evening grooming results in really fast morning conditions, but all in all smoother tracks and some really sweet skiing when the temperature is just right, stay tuned for more info as the month progresses.

Groomer’s choice for today is for fun fast racing.

Teton Co./Jackson Parks & Rec

Last Updated: 3/6

The levee and stilson are in decent shape. Both trails are very firm from the last week of freeze thaw cycles. The school fields will be done around 11:00.

Cache Creek

Last Updated: 2/20
We rolled Cache Hagen Sidewalk and Hagen Highway this evening and will snowshoe the trails near the trailhead this weekend.

Grooming provided by Friends of Pathways.

Teton Pines Nordic

Last Updated: 3/7

Trip Report: Sunday March 7th update:
Teton Pines is skiing well, with snow remaining firm and crisp, freshly groomed in the morning, still cold and slightly softer in the afternoon. Excellent conditions for both skate and classic

Call us for specific retail questions (307) 699-3394 or tetonpinesxc@gmail.com. Our hours are 9am-4pm daily.

Shooting Star

Last Updated: 3/4

Grooming today (Thursday 3/4) will be ongoing through about 10 am, as a mechanical issue with the snowcat delayed our start. Overall, skiing should continue to be very enjoyable through this weekend with lots of sunshine and warmer temperatures in the forecast. The warm afternoon temps combined with cold overnight lows will begin to promote springtime conditions. Skiers will now encounter a hardpacked surface with icy sections and inconsistent classic track depths, as the grooming equipment struggles to cut through the evolving icier profile compared to the previous packed powder like snow. Typically, in the springtime, conditions will be icier/firmer in the morning, softer around lunchtime/early afternoon, and potentially slushy by late afternoon. Please, plan ahead and be prepared on warm days that trail conditions will be constantly changing throughout the whole day. Lastly, we finished the black sand application to the greens and a friendly reminder to always stay off these surfaces. Enjoy the skiing and soak up the sunshine! Next Update will be Monday 3/8.

Please See the following  Restrictions

  • Dog Loops & All Nordic Skiing Trails OPEN
  • Sled Hill OPEN
  • Classic Tracks SET
  • Snow Shoeing Loop OPEN
  • Casual Walking Not Permitted

Teton Village Pathway

Last Updated: 2/17
Teton Village Pathway from Lake Creek Bridge north to just south of the GTNP moose-wilson road south entrance was groomed this morning. Nice for an easy , flat nordic ski, fat bike , or trail run. Or if you’re commuting by ski or bike from Wilson or Jackson!

Groomed by Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, and funded by Teton Village Association .

Grand Teton National Park

Last Updated: 3/7
Taggart Lake Trailhead to South Jenny this morning.

Tim B shared these majestic images of the Grand Teton, Teewinot , and Mt Owen (aka “The Cathedral Group” when views from the north-east) while skate skiing from Signal Mountain south along the freshly groomed Teton Park Road. Truly inspiring to get out and enjoy.. Last grooming day: Friday March 19th

Just a reminder, there will be no grooming on the TPR on Tuesday, 3/9, as the park will be using their bombardier over snow vehicle on the TPR to move park service crews up to Lupine Meadows to do work on structures. . Grooming will resume on Friday 3/12, per normal schedule. 

Turpin Meadow Ranch

Last Updated: 3/7

While Turpin Meadow Ranch is officially closed, we would like to recognize some highlights from our perspective this winter:

  • all of the folks who came to Turpin to try Nordic skiing for their first time ever 
  • all of the joy that was shared which inspired a new term for skis: “giggle sticks”
  • a strong interest and participation in our lessons and tours from the community
  • guests posting their adventures at Turpin on their social media
  • people flagging down the groomer to share their gratitude
  • and the biggest compliment of all is when folks tell their friends to go to Turpin “because it’s my favorite place to cross country ski!”

From all the Nordic team at Turpin, the managers, groomers, instructors and guides, we’d like to say thank you to the Nordic community who made this winter season so memorable. We are already looking forward to next winter and the opportunity to facilitate the ski adventure of your dreams.  

https://www.turpinmeadowranch.com | 307.543.2000, office

Grand Targhee

Last Updated: 3/7
Cross Country/Fat Bike 15k: XC OPEN (Last groomed 3/6/2021, Fat Bike CLOSED.

Trail Etiquette: Please keep your dogs leashed in the parking lot and be sure to clean up after them!

Alta Track

Grooming Schedule: Tuesday, Thursday, & Sunday
Last Updated: 3/6
Skate: Set | Classic: Set
Saturday afternoon: Reset classic track all around while temperatures were favorable. Also made a pass around skate track. Classic turned out well.

Please do not park in the library parking lot. Please be sure to keep your dogs on a leash and to clean up after them.


Grooming Schedule: Monday, Wednesday & Friday
Last Updated: 3/6
Skate: Set | Classic: Not Set
Driggs was groomed today 8am. Track is in good shape considering warm temperatures. in order to get track level I had to flatten classic track in certain areas. 

Sherman Park

Grooming Schedule: Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Last Updated: 3/5
Skate: Set | Classic: Not Set
I used the drag at Sherman Park to fill in all the potholes and frozen chunder. The skate track is set should be good in cooler temperatures. I did not set the classic track. You should expect it to get real soft in the warm temperatures. Be aware. Enjoy the glide.

Teton Canyon

Grooming Schedule: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday
Last Updated: 3/7
Skate: Set | Classic: Set
Sunday afternoon: Reset the south side classic track, with mixed results, good for most part. And made a pass over skate track to smooth out while snow was soft. Road going in is in rough shape, to where one might need 4 wheel drive.

Southern Valley Nordic

Grooming Schedule: Tuesday, Friday, Sunday
Last Updated: 3/7
Skate: Set | Classic: Set
This morning I was only able to groom the skate track and classic track on campground. I was unable to groom Yetis. Currently there’s too much moisture in cold temps we should made for a frozen surface. I was not able to climb any of the frozen slopes on yetis and will have to come back as temperatures warm. I’ll try to finish grooming Yetis at some point today.

No dogs December 1 – April 15.

Teton Springs Nordic

Grooming Schedule: Tuesday, Thursday, & Saturday
Last Updated: 3/5
Skate: Set | Classic: Set | Singletrack: Set
I groomed and set the classic track, skate track and singletrack fri night. It’s not perfect though it is better than it was. Watch out for the monster hole on the lollipop loop. I got a little stuck. Enjoy.

No dogs allowed.

5th Street Singletrack

Grooming Schedule: As needed
Last Updated: 2/18
Singletrack: Set
Got the trail packed in and buffed out yesterday afternoon. It will be good till the next round of snow arrives.

Southern Valley Singletrack

Grooming Schedule: As needed
Last Updated: 3/3
Singletrack: Set
Rolled the power line from Mike Harris to lower lady slipper and lower ladyslipper singletrack. Should be good once everything refreezes tonight. Enjoy!

No dogs December 1 – April 15.

Darby Canyon

Grooming Schedule: As needed
Last Updated: 2/26
Groomed to Pinnacle TH – 2/25

South Leigh Road

Grooming Schedule: As needed
Last Updated: 3/3
Grooming 3/3/2021

Pinnacle Trail

Grooming Schedule: As needed
Last Updated: 2/26
Groomed to upper meadows – 2/25

Wydaho Ride Groomed Winter Challenge with Kait Boyle

SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 2021 12:00 PM 
SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 2021 10:59 PM

Ride our favorite fat biking trails to help fundraise for grooming machines for TVTAP and Friends of Pathways: March 6th to March 27th
Nordic skiers can participate and contribute too! Who doesn’t like a perfectly groomed winter trail?!

To participate, you must also donate to one of the following organizations and attach a photo for proof of donation to your RideWithGPS activity:

Teton Valley Trails and Pathways
Friends of Pathways
Skyliners Motor Club (mail check to PO Box 552 Driggs 83422)

JH Nordic Masters Recreational Clinic – Skate Ski Technique


Trail Creek Nordic, Trail Creek Road (off Hwy 22), Wilson

Skate Ski Clinic -Tips, Technique, Fun! Work on your V1, V2, balance, form, fitness. Coaches are provided by the JH Ski Club  

All welcome (no beginners)
Drop-in $35 (includes Trail Creek Nordic day pass -proceeds to to the JH Ski Club Nordic youth program)

Karen Oatey Pole-Pedal-Paddle (PPP) – hosted by JH Ski & Snowboard Club


Bring your own Team or compete as an individual 
Join this fun-filled muli-sport community favorite event, or cheer on friends and family!
Competitive or just for fun, family event.
Event honors Karen Oatey and the Karen Oatey Endowment, and benefits JH Ski & Snowboard Club youth ski programs and scholarships.

We’d love to hear about your outdoor adventures, what your doing to stay healthy, safe, respectful of community health guidelines – send pictures or post on FB and Insta – #JHNordic

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