This Month at a Glance Early Season Nordic Skiing and Fat Biking Reports from Teton Pass, Togwotee, Targhee (elevations above 8000 ft) –Good snow, but thin cover. And be mindful/prepared for bears! Granite Canyon Trailhead reopened on Wednesday, Nov. 1, according to Grand Teton National Park (GTNP), just in time for Crosscountry skiing and snowshoeing out to Phelps Lake and LSR Preserve meadows when snow falls. Improvements to the trailhead include an expanded parking lot,… Read More
This Month at a Glance On the Blog: In Defense of Trekking Poles Opinions among hikers are split.On the topic of trekking poles, recreators are divided. Dedicated hikers passionately endorse their effectiveness, attributing them with a distinct advantage in rugged terrains.
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This Month at a Glance Nordic Masters Clinics are Back! Hosted by Masters Coach Rob Murphy and Jackson Hole Ski Club Nordic team coaches, these fun, informative, practiced based clinics are back for Season 6! There will be 10 clinics, starting with 2 clinics in December, then running every Thursday in January and February from 11am-12:30pm, (please arrive at 10:45am ready to ski). The Nordic Masters clinics will focus on skate skiing and classic cross… Read More
This Month at a Glance ON THE BLOG How to Train for XC Skiing in the Summer Even though the flowers are in full bloom and the mosquitoes are biting, you can still work on your cross country ski fitness in the summertime. Off season workouts enable cross country skiers to stay fit year-round. Continuous training allows skiers to jump back into their skiing routine as soon as the snowpack gets high enough. Want to… Read More
This Month at a Glance July Nature News: Coexisting with Nature By The Hole Hiking ExperienceIt’s already an epic flower year in the Tetons!Summers are short in the Rocky Mountains and they certainly are sweet with millions of acres of wild country to explore. We are experiencing an “El Niño” weather pattern, when warmer ocean temperatures off the coast of South America bring wetter than average conditions across Northwest Wyoming. The snow line is slowly… Read More
This Month at a Glance JH Nordic’s Off-Season Emails switch from Daily to Monthly No need to unsubscribe, we start emailing our subscribers just once a month during the off-season so you don’t miss a thing. And as the winter season circles back around we want to keep you looped in. We’ll see you on the trails! Also, follow us on Instagram or Facebook. Happy National Trails Day! June 3 is National Trails Day, a special day dedicated to… Read More