Andrea Paul skate skiing in Jackson Hole. JH Nordic celebrates human powered, sustainable recreation. CREDIT: David J Swift

Jackson, WY — Jackson Hole Nordic Alliance, the community-oriented resource for all the best winter trail information in the Jackson Hole region, invites you to recreate responsibly this winter. Visit JHNordic.com for detailed Nordic maps, fat biking maps, daily trail grooming reports. Whether you are a beginner or seasoned Nordic skier, or want to try fat biking for the first time, JHNordic.com is the best source for information on winter trails in Jackson Hole.

“With over 100 Nordic ski, snowshoe and fat bike trails in Jackson Hole and Teton Valley (200 miles groomed, 400 miles untracked), there is a lifetime of terrain to explore,” Jackson Hole Nordic Alliance Executive Director Nancy Leon said. “Make the most of your time in Jackson Hole and visit JHNordic.com for GPS maps, elevation profiles, trail descriptions, resources, and access info.

Feel secure heading out on your own with JH Nordic’s new live location indicator on GPS trail maps! Track your location as you ski, fat bike or snowshoe on Jackson Hole, Grand Teton National Park and Teton Valley, Idaho trails. Want a paper map? Jackson Hole Nordic Alliance produces a free Jackson Hole Winter Trails & Pathways paper map in conjunction with Friends of Pathways and Teton County Community Pathways. This map details the most popular free groomed trails and is available in retail stores, hotels, and visitor centers.

Know before you go: Find the latest Nordic trail grooming reports, snow & weather conditions, and events daily via email, Facebook, and on JHNordic.com/trail-reports/. Check out the Winter 2022 Grooming schedule for trails & pathways.

Meet new ski partners and fat bike enthusiasts this winter at the Jackson Hole Nordic Alliance 5th annual Free Nordic Ski, Fat Bike, Snowshoe day at Turpin Meadow Ranch. Mark your calendar for Sunday, Jan 9th -9:30 a.m.-3 p.m., the event has a focus on safe, outdoor, socially distanced fun featuring a raffle to benefit Friends of Pathways.

Other Nordic and Fat Bike events this season include the JH Ski & Snowboard Club Betty Woolsey Classic, Teton Ridge Classic, Pole-Pedal-Paddle, and the Sandbag Series Nordic ski races. And if you need some work on your technique, check out the Nordic Recreational Masters ski training clinics “Tips, Technique & Fun!”– at Teton Pines & Trail Creek.

Whether you are a seasoned Nordic skate skier, or a casual enthusiast interested in exploring Jackson Hole for the first time, join the Jackson Hole Nordic Alliance this winter for new experiences on snow.

Contact Nancy Leon | info@jhnordic.com  | 307-739-6399  | 650-464-6000 (c) | JHNordic.com Instagram: @JHNordic       Facebook: Facebook.com/JHNordicTrails

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