Teton Valley Trails and Pathways (TVTAP) promotes a trails and pathways connected community. TVTAP's current programs include our Nordic Grooming Program, which provides groomed Nordic ski trails in Teton Canyon, Alta, Pioneer Park in Victor, Teton Springs Resort, and the Driggs Nordic Track located between the High School and Middle School (all these trails are free for public use); our partnership with the US Forest Service to help build, maintain, and restore trails in the Caribou-Targhee National Forest; and we work closely with the local, county and state agencies to build a Valley- wide connected pathways network. TVTAP.org
For close to 40 years Skinny Skis has been Jackson Hole's nordic skiing specialty shop. Recognized both locally and nationally as one of the finest outdoor shops, Skinny Skis features a complete line-up of gear and clothing for touring, performance track skiing and the backcountry. Rentals, Demos and a full-service work shop, too!
Located in downtown Jackson at 65 W. Deloney Ave. 307-733-6094. SkinnySkis.com
Friends of Pathways supports a vibrant community by advocating the completion of a safe and sustainable pathways system for healthy recreation and transportation opportunities in Jackson Hole. FriendsOfPathways.org
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, ranked #1 ski resort by Forbes Magazine, offers Nordic ski rentals at JH Sports, Teton Village and Nordic ski gear and Fat bike rentals at Hoback Sports, Jackson. Contact: 307-733-5335 or JacksonHole.com/Nordic.html
The Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard Club serves over 500 young athletes annually, plus hosting masters training and events. The Alpine, Nordic, Freeride and Snowboard programs bring affordable snow sports to our local youth. The JH Ski Club fosters a lifelong passion for winter sports through programs that instill the values of goal setting, discipline, sportsmanship, work ethic, determination and commitment. Founded in 1938, is Jackson's oldest non-profit. JHSkiClub.org
The Jackson Hole Travel & Tourism Joint Powers Board is a volunteer board appointed by the Jackson Town Council and Teton County Board of Commissioners to oversee the use of the tourism promotion funds appropriated by the lodging tax. The JHTTB mission is to effectively spend lodging tax funds to promote travel and tourism to Teton County in a manner that is consistent with the shared values of our community. TetonWyo.org/Travel
Chris & Erich Wilbrecht have been selling real estate in Jackson for over 20 years. They have an insane love for the outdoors and the community, whether a backcountry ski adventure on Teton Pass, a skate ski at Trail Creek, or an overnight fly fishing float on the South Fork. Erich is a member of the inaugural Jackson Hole Ski Club Hall of Fame and a member of the 1992 Olympic biathlon team. Their two sons Riis (21) and Max (17) are both speedy Nordic racers as well. JacksonHoleHome.com
Grand Teton National Park Foundation is a private, nonprofit organization that funds projects that protect Grand Teton National Park's cultural and natural resources and helps others learn about all that is special in the park. The Foundation initiates improvements, critical research, and outreach that enrich visitors' experiences and help sustain a stable future for Grand Teton National Park. gtnpf.org
Biweekly grooming of the Teton Park Road during winter is funded by the Foundation, visit www.gtnpf.org/donate and list “grooming” in the comments field to support this community effort.
Stio was founded to inspire connection with the outdoors through beautiful, functional products infused with mountain soul. We draw inspiration from our everyday immersion in life here in Jackson Hole: days on local rivers, trails and Teton summits. Technical performance, quality and versatility are hallmarks you’ll find in every piece of apparel we make, be it intended for epic alpine pursuits or the quieter moments of the mountain life.
EcoTour Adventures provides year round natural history programs in Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. During the winter months we guide snowshoeing, cross country skiing and wildlife viewing programs in Grand Teton National Park. We provide snowshoe and gear rental as well. We are a socially and environmentally conscious business, and donate 2.5% of profits to local non-profits that protect the resources that we enjoy on our tours. jhecotouradventures.com
The mission of the Bridger-Teton Forest Service is to sustain the health, diversity, and productivity of the Nation’s forests and grasslands to meet the needs of present and future generations. Our motto is “Caring for the Land and Serving People.” The 3.4 million acre Bridger-Teton National Forest is an integral part of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and is known for world class headwaters, wildlife, Wilderness and wildlands. Providing for year round recreation and sustainable uses, while conserving these values, is our legacy. With abundant snowfall, the Bridger-Teton is highly valued for winter recreation offering over 500 miles of groomed trails for a variety of activities and millions of acres of backcountry for powder hounds. fs.usda.gov/btnf
During the winter months, school and youth groups visiting Teton Science Schools use cross-country skis to explore the Tetons while learning science, connecting to place, and developing as leaders. Students of all ages and abilities experience the joy of gliding through winter wonderlands on equipment provided by TSS. tetonscience.org
Experience Yellowstone without the crowds and cars. Wildlife Expeditions offers snowcoach tours in Yellowstone National Park as well as shuttle service to Old Faithful Snow Lodge. Learn more at wildlife tours
Friends of the Bridger-Teton is a non-profit partner dedicated to enhancing access, habitat and community connections across the Bridger-Teton National Forest. FBT supports the Bridger-Teton National Forest by pursuing alternative funding solutions, leveraging existing partnerships, and promoting a sense of stewardship through volunteerism and community outreach. BTFriends.org
Join Hole Hiking Experience year-round for naturalist-guided hiking, wildlife tours, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing in Jackson Hole and Grand Teton National Park. You choose the duration, activity level, and tour focus. holehike.com
Teton Mountain Bike Tours offers guided fat bike tours into Grand Teton National Park or the National Elk Refuge and Fat Bike Rentals to explore the local groomed trails in Jackson Hole. Fat Biking is our Passion. Contact: 307-733-0712 or TetonMtBike.com
Jackson Hole's Regional Ski Center for Nordic ski rentals, ski lessons, and information for setting out on ski tours and snowshoe hikes in Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks viewing local wildlife. Teton Pines Nordic Center hosts regular ski clinics and events. Located at the base of the Teton Mountain Range 4 miles south of the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (Teton Village) and Grand Teton National Park. TetonPinesNordicCenter.com
Bridger Teton National Forest Avalanche Center provides daily backcountry avalanche hazard advisories, weather forecasts, winter snow and avalanche event data for the Bridger-Teton National Forest, including the Teton, Snake River, Salt River, Wyoming Ranges and Togwotee Pass area which surround Jackson Hole. Essential information for winter trails and backcountry users, with twice daily updates. jhavalanche.org
Scott Horn, Jackson Hole Nordic ski enthusiast. "It is better to go skiing and think of God, than to go to church and think of sport." - Fridtjof Nanson
Frank Brummer, Committed, active Jackson Hole Nordic skier, cyclist, fat biker, Friends of Pathways Board -- super fun to get out on the trail with!
1% for the Tetons funds efforts furthering the long-term sustainability of the Tetons region's extraordinary natural resources and related essential qualities. Member businesses donate one percent of their sales to 1% for the Tetons. 1% for the Tetons is a local chapter of 1% for the Planet, an international alliance of businesses which donate one percent of their sales to environmental organizations worldwide. OnePercentTetons.org
For 25 years, the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole has worked with donors and nonprofits to enrich our community. The Foundation enables donors to establish personal philanthropic funds including donor advised, endowment, field of interest and legacy funds to facilitate their giving. Annually, the Foundation organizes Old Bill’s Fun Run, an innovative fundraiser for local nonprofits. In the past eighteen years, over $111 million has been raised. CFJacksonHole.org
Cross Country Ski Areas Association is a non-profit organization representing member ski service providers. The Association's purpose is to promote the growth and improve the quality of cross country ski operations in North America. Our website is a great place to locate hundreds of wonderful places to ski and snowshoe. xcski.org
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JHnordic.com is a non-profit, community focused, Nordic ski trail maps and guide resource. We welcome your input and contributions. Our profits will be donated to a regional community grooming project. Thanks for your support!