Peak Performance Ski Education Expands Services

Local Ski Education Business Granted Permit to Offer Cross-Country Ski Instruction and Guiding on the Bridger-Teton National Forest Blackrock Ranger District

Peak Performance

Peak Performance, a Jackson-based leading ski-education business, is thrilled to announce that it has been granted a new permit to provide cross-country ski guiding and instruction. This expansion of services will allow outdoor enthusiasts to explore miles of ungroomed cross-country ski trails as a permittee of the breathtaking Bridger-Teton National Forest/Blackrock Ranger District.

With this new permit, Peak Performance will offer safe and unforgettable expert-guided tours and personalized instruction. Tours are tailored to the best interests and physical abilities of individuals and groups of all skill levels.

“We are excited to be able to share the splendor and the solitude of the Bridger-Teton National Forest through our guided cross-country ski tours. I have loved all of my forays into this ‘wildest corner’ of Jackson Hole. This permit allows us to further our mission of providing exceptional outdoor education and adventure experiences for our community and visitors.”

Scotty McGee, Founder and CEO of Peak Performance, LLC

Contact Information for New Guided Backcountry Nordic Tour

For more information about our cross-country ski guiding and instruction services, please visit our website or contact us directly.

Scotty McGee
Peak Performance
307 413 6552

About Peak Performance: Peak Performance, a locally owned and operated ski education business. We have been providing high-quality outdoor experiences and education for over 14 years. Our team of experienced guides and instructors remains committed to promoting safety, skill development, and a love for the outdoors. What we do best:

Provide a top quality guided Backcountry Nordic Tour for Cross Country Ski and Light Touring Instruction and Guiding, Efficient techniques for ascent and descent. This includes tours on Classic, Skate and XC Touring (metal edged waxless skis)

  1. Wide array of routes and terrain, from forested roads and scenic trails to gradual meadows and gladed descents
  2. Tour Selection Routefinding, Navigation and Avalanche avoidance – Safety and Emergency Preparedness
  3. Winter and Spring through mid-June – specializing in skate ski crust cruising spring corn adventures

Peak Performance is a permittee of the Bridger-Teton National Forest, and an equal opportunity service provider.

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