Wildflowers Abound in August Adventures

Nature Updates | Wildlife Viewing | Upcoming Events

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Colors of Summer Can you make a rainbow with all the wildflowers in August? It’s a great time to be on the endless amount of trails exploring the blossoming flora and wild fauna. Let us know what you’ve been up to for a chance to be featured in next month’s post! Winter Enthusiasts Love Summer Trails in the Tetons The nights are cool and the days are hot (especially this year – 2022). The aspen… Read More

Winter Enthusiasts Love Summer Trails in the Tetons

The summers are precious (fleeting) in the Tetons and with that carpe diem (seize the day)!

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Many make their way out to the Tetons drawn by the long epic winter conditions for the legendary powder skiing. However, often missed for some is how gorgeous the summers are here. Winter Enthusiasts Love Summer Trails in the Tetons The nights are cool and the days are hot (especially this year – 2022). The aspen groves bloom bringing much needed shade, wildflowers are unbelievable and radiant in color, the wildlife emerges out of hibernation, and… Read More

Summer in Full Swing

Happy 4th! | New E-Bike Charging Station | June Nature Update

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Happy Fourth of July from JHNordic! Whether you’re hiking, biking or boating this holiday, we hope you enjoy this wonderful season and remember to #RecreateResponsibly. June 2022, Nature Update  Cathy Shill, founder The Hole Hiking Experience   “This world is so beautiful, that I can hardly believe it exists.” -Ralph Waldo Emerson  Summer begins with chilly mornings and clear blue skies. You can feel the pulse of nature throughout Jackson Hole. It’s the time of the year… Read More

June Adventures in the Valley

Gear Up for a Summer Full of Hiking, Biking and Exploring

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Summer in the Tetons Find some of Jackson Hole’s best summer hiking and trail running trails, via our GPS map search: Go to JHNordic.com, click on “Trails” in the Nav bar, click on the “summer hiking” and/or the “trail running” icon. Add other filters for a specific region, difficulty, dog friendly, distance and more. Be sure to “Allow this site to access your location” for the map to locate you with GPS so a blue locator… Read More

Morel Mushroom Foraging in the Tetons

Walking through the woods or floating the Snake River with a keen eye to the ground is what this ‘shroom hunt is all about.

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Let’s make lemonade out of lemons.. the lemonade being morel mushrooms and the lemons being the lingering cold temperatures (snow, sleet, and hail). What comes with so much needed precipitation are morels! Morel mushrooms are fungi that grow in the filtered light of forests. These oddly shaped mushrooms graze the valley floor and make for a fun activity for the whole family. Walking through the woods or floating the Snake River with a keen eye… Read More

Jackson Hole “JH” Nordic Alliance’s 5th Annual Free Ski, Fat Bike, & Snowshoe Day -Sunday, 8th January 2023

Outdoor Winter Trails Recreation & Activities -All Welcome!

Bridger Teton US National Forest, Classic Cross Country, Classic Cross Country Skiing, Events, Fat Biking, News, Skate Skiing, Snow-shoeing, Tours

Fun, Free Community Day – with Raffle benefiting local Nordic Alliance non-profit -Free trail pass -Free skate & classic XC ski demo gear -Free fat bike demos -Free Nordic ski lessons – Free BackCountry Nordic Ski & Snowshoe tours – Kids Corral (2-5 yr olds) -Bridger-Teton USFS wildlife and wilderness info -Kates Bars, Lunch, snacks, hot & cold drinks. *Sponsored by the Jackson Hole Nordic Alliance members*Family. Friends, visitors, dogs (on leash) welcome.Bring yr own… Read More

Profiles in Nordic: In Their Own Words – Martin Hagen & Pete Karns

Two Jackson Hole Biathlon Olympians and Jackson Hole Ski Club Alums

Classic Cross Country Skiing, News, Nordic Ski Racing, Profiles

This profile highlights both former JH Ski and Snowboard Club student-athletes, coaches, Hall of Famers, Nordic Biathlon Olympians. Read their stories in their own words. Nordic Profile in Martin Hagen’s Own Words What brought you to Jackson Hole?Martin: Fate was what brought me here I guess, because I was born here. When/Why did you first get into Nordic skiing? Martin: I was in 7th grade in 1968 when Ted Major (my science teacher) started a… Read More

Profiles in Nordic: In Their Own Words –  Brot Coburn

Brot has been in JH since 1978. These are their Nordic stories—in their own words. By Greg Zeigler

Classic Cross Country, News, Profiles, Skate Skiing

Nordic Profile in Brot Coburn’s Own Words JH Nordic: When/Why did you first get into Nordic skiing? In 1962, in the 6th grade in Tacoma, Washington, I was an aspiring Alpine racer. But my coach and favorite teacher, a fanatic Alpine and Nordic skier from New England, talked me and some classmates into giving cross-country skiing a try. At that time, the only source for X-C skis was an importer in New York City, and… Read More