1 Dec 22 – Daily Trail Report

Winter Wildlife Closures | Avy Awareness Night

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Winter Wildlife Closures Begin Some areas of critical winter range in the Jackson area are closed to all human activity from December 1 – April 30. With deep snow, low amounts of food, cold temperatures, and many of the females pregnant, if people disturb wildlife in these areas, animals are forced to expend precious energy that compromises their survival. Remember to Recreate Responsibly and resepct winter wildlife by giving them space, keeping dogs under control,… Read More

Thankful for Nordic

Explore More Winter | Are You Nordic Ready? | Horseshoe Yurt

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Happy Thanksgiving! This year we are especially thankful for our wonderful community, our diligent groomers, and the abundance of all the winter activities we get to enjoy! Some early season grooming is occurring at Trail Creek, Cache Creek, Teton Valley, and Southern Valley Nordic and Targhee. Most areas are still waiting for 8-10 inches more snow.  While we’re waiting for more snow, there are plenty of snow covered non-groomed trails good for bc nordic, fat… Read More

Grooming Gears Up

Grooming Begins | November Nature News | Winter Tours

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Early Season Grooming is Underway! We’re excited with this early snow and cold temps to announce that Nordic and fat bike trail grooming has begun in some areas! Remember that early season conditions (shallow snow pack) exist. If you ski off groomed trails and on the backcountry trails, be alert and careful of obstacles under the snow, rocks, logs. Bring bear spray if you venture into the backcountry and give wildlife a lot of space.… Read More

Winter on its Way

Early Season Winter Activities | TVTAP Begins Winter Prep | Mountain Neighbor Handbook

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This Month Winter Activities Early Season Favorite Cross-country Ski/Fat Bike Trails Above 8000 feet for early cross-country skiing and fat biking is where it’s at! The Jackson Hole and Greater Yellowstone area offers a wide array of cross country ski and fat biking opportunities. Undoubtedly, there is an adventure available for all skill and thrill levels. From the jaw dropping views at Teton and Towgotee Passes to the more laid-back terrain surrounding Taggart Lake. When… Read More

Gear Up for Winter

Ski Swap | BTNP Trail Ambassador Program | Teton Canyon Road Closures

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The Annual Ski & Gear Swap is on October 15 Turn your old gear into CASH and grab sweet deals on new gear! Proceeds enable us to keep competitive skiing and snowboarding accessible to all kids in Jackson Hole – thanks for supporting our student-athletes! BTNF Winter Trail Ambassador Program Friends of the Bridger-Teton is currently looking to expand funding for our Ambassador Program and need your help!  Please consider donating to the cause by… Read More

Fall Already!

Old Bill's Fun Run | Park Closures | Camp Responsibly

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Heading into Fall September begins with cooler nights, shorter days, foliage changing, and abudant wildlife. It is fall already! This is a wonderful time for those hikes on your must-hike list for the season! Enjoy Jackson Hole and Teton Valley’s extensive trail network, public lands, open spaces, and wildlife. Need ideas? Check out our trails page. Keep in mind that during this time in the fall the wildlife will be increasingly abundant on the trails… Read More

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

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

Summer in the Tetons (2022)

Top Hiking Trails | Teton Food Tour

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Top Jackson Hole and Teton Valley Hiking Trails Search with JHNordic.com/trails 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… Read More