Fall Season -Late October 2020 Grooming Update
5-10 inches of snow on the valley floor of Jackson Hole last weekend actually had us out testing our skis and ski fitness. Reports from String Lake, a snow-covered Moose-Wilson Road in GTNP, a grassy snow-covered golf course (soon to be Nordic trail) brought joy to skiers. Fat bikers took to the gravel, dirt, pathways, and a snow groomed trail in Teton Valley -the perfect human-powered vehicle to move through mixed snow, dirt, pavement.
Nordic Ski season is only a month away, assuming more snow by late November. Fat biking season for some riders is now a year-round sport, and certainly is a perfect outdoor activity for the fall -early winter season when there isn't quite enough snow yet to ski.
As the JH Nordic Alliance trail grooming service providers and Nordic venues gear up, we will be updating grooming info as soon as it is confirmed. All reports so far indicate similar grooming schedules as last year.
Remember to recreate responsibly, keeping 6 ft + social distance, do not crowd any area, stay home if you are sick, or exposed, wear a buff (doubled or tripled) or face mask when near others. We owe this respect to our community!
Consult the JH Nordic Trail Report on JHNordic.com home page for the latest updates on trails and grooming.
Check out the Jackson Hole Winter Trails & Pathway Map (at right).
Printed maps available from all JH Nordic Alliance member locations. Thanks to Teton Co/Jackson Community Pathways, Friends of Pathways, JH Lodging Tax/Travel and Tourism Board, Teton Pines Nordic, Turpin Meadows, and JHNordic for their support. An informative, practical complement to the GPS maps and info on JHNordic.com.
Sign up for Trail Conditions Report via email (on the JHNordic.com home page) -Daily or Saturdays
or access Daily Reports on JHNordic.com/News.
Remember to respect wildlife and wildlife closures!!