Early Season Skiing is Here!

Recreate Responsibly | Early Season Skiing and Fat Biking | Wildlife Closures

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Recreate Responsibly As winter begins, we take note of the importance for all of us to Recreate Responsibly, no matter where you go, or which mode of winter transport. Our JH Nordic Alliance partners, Bridger-Teton US Forest Service and Friends of Bridger-Teton  have captured the key measures to take to stay safe, have fun, respect wildlife and our public lands and wilderness: PLAN AHEAD– Parking at trailheads is limited and popular parking areas fill quickly; be flexible and… Read More

Falling into Winter

JH Nordic Masters Clinics | Early Season Skiing Favorites | Late Fall Wildlife Activity | Winter Lodge Getaways

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JH Ski Club Nordic Recreational Masters Classic and Skate Ski Clinics Sign up for all 10 clinics or 5 Skate ski or 5 Classic ski only. Hosted by Masters Coach Scott Horn and Jackson Hole Ski Club Nordic team coaches, these fun, informative, practiced based clinics are back for Season 4!  There will be 10 clinics, starting with 2 clinics in December, then running every Thursday in January and February from 11am-12:30pm. The Nordic Masters… Read More

Countdown till Winter

Early Season Skiing and Fat Biking | Get In Shape for Winter | Ski Swap

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Early Season Favorite Cross-country Ski and Fat Bike Trails As the snow begins to fall at elevation, JHNordic is watching the snow line carefully, to see where there might be enough base to try our skis or fat bike to get in shape for winter. Look for trails above 8000 ft (or snow-line) And as odd as its might sound, bring your bear spray – since bears are not quite yet in hibernation and could be anywhere.… Read More

Autumn on the Horizon

Old Bill's Giving Season | Winter Volunteer Opportunities | Fall Wildlife Updates

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We’re sad to see our beautiful Jackson Hole summer dwindling away, but we can’t help but thinking snowy days aren’t too far off! Nordic Masters Ski Clinics -Recreational and Competitive Masters Clinics this Winter -update from Scott Horn Chilly mornings and turning leaves indicate that winter will be here soon.  I hope that all in the Nordic community have had a summer full of health and wellness for their bodies and peace and ease for their minds.  As… Read More

Late Summer Update

Hole Hiking Updates | FOP Happenings | Upcoming Fall Events

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The Fun Scale: Understanding Types of “Fun” A bunch of friends joined Peggie D. from the Wyoming Wilderness Association this week to hike up Wolf Mountain, a major landmark peak in the Palisades Wilderness Study Area (part of the Snake River Range). 12 miles, 3700 vertical feet, with most of the vertical being off trail on unmarked steep slopes. Thanks to Peggie’s local knowledge and experience, she was successful in route-finding. But it was a… Read More

Summer in the Tetons

Top Hiking Trails | Teton Food Tour | JHSC Nordic Cat Campaign

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Top Jackon Hole and Teton Valley Hiking Trails Go to JHNordic.com, click on “Trails” in the Nav bar, click on the “summer hiking” icon. Add other filters for a specific region, difficulty, dog friendly, distance and more: Bradley and Taggart LakeCache CreekGame CreekMt Elly -Teton Pass SouthCoal CreekEmily’s PondHermitage Point Mail Cabin CreekPhelps Lake -from Death Canyon trailheadPhilips Canyon to Philips PassRed CreekRimrock Ranch trailShadow MountainSki LakeTeton Village Trailand more… Hole Hiking Experience – Summer Update With… Read More

Early Summer Update

Recreate Responsibly | Greater Yellowstone Trail Updates

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As recreational use of our public lands continues to increase and diversify, recreating responsibly is more critical than ever. The Bridger-Teton National Forest (BTNF) is a part of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and contributes substantially to northwestern Wyoming’s values around wildlife, watersheds, and intact wildlands. Often overlooked by visitors, the National Forest is separate from Grand Teton National Park or Yellowstone National Park. Everyone who uses the BTNF should know: The BTNF is public land.… Read More

Spring Nordic Skiing Update

What's Still Skiing | Parks & Rec Winter Survey | Discover New Trails

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Updates this week from TVTAP and local Nordic community:Teton Canyon has melted quite a bit since its last groom on April 11th along the first mile where it is not treed. It will be a muddy walk for a stretch, but then, snowpacked on the road-trail. Some of the sunnier spots may also be melted out but should be quiet and a nice ski. The road remains closed to vehicles until the Friday of Memorial… Read More

10 Apr 21 – Trail Report

Changes on Teton Park Road | April Nature News

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Weekend Outlook A sunny, breezy weekend ahead with lows in the 20’s and highs reaching all the way into the 50’s. Still searching for groomed skiing? Teton Canyon just groomed yesterday and both skate and classic tracks are set up nicely Another option is to head up into the park for some biking and crust cruising. There’s still lots of snow in the park. Be sure keep track of the temperatures and time your activity… Read More

6 Apr 21 – Daily Trail Report

Volunteers Needed for PPP | GTNP Crust Cruising and Biking

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Do you like Dogs on Groomed Cross Country Trails? Outside Online delves into the dog/groomed trail dilemma… Dear Sundog: after they started grooming our local trails for cross-country skiing, they put up signs banning dogs. But it’s public land. Why shouldn’t I bring my dog? -Doggedly Independent Dear Doggedly: I feel your pain. Sundog takes his 19-pound long-haired Mexican mutt hiking, rafting, and skiing, unless threatened by a ticket from a tree cop. The bans at… Read More