2020-21 Look Back

A few of JH Nordic's Favorite Winter Moments!!

Looking Back at the 2020-21 Nordic Ski Season In case you missed it, here are ten of our favorite things to look back on from the 2020-21 nordic ski season in Jackson Hole. From being nominated for the Best of Jackson Hole in Cross Country Skiing for best Family Friendly Activity to our community-sourced Trip Reports and Nordic Skiing Master Clinics – take a look at some of our top highlights as we wrap up… Read More

Garmin InReach -Gear Review

Safety net for you and reassurance for family and friends -Review by Scott Sanchez

         No one plans on accidents, but they do happen.  In the modern world, we have been so habituated to our cell phones that we think they can get us out of emergencies, anywhere and anytime.  Well, welcome to Wyoming.  The best places don’t have service.  99% of the time, I think not having cell service is a blessing, but for the 1%, electronic communications can be a life saver or at least let loved ones know you are safe.  While… Read More

Trail: National Elk Refuge Road

Just 1 Mile from Town Square - Jackson, Wyoming

The National Elk Refuge is one of Jackson’s most prized areas. It was created in 1912 to protect local habitat and to provide a sanctuary for one of the largest elk herds on Earth. The refuge borders the heart of Jackson and spans over 24,700 acres. The road itself gives locals the chance to walk, run, bike, or nordic ski along the wide-open expanse of the refuge, with the elk herd using its protected grounds… Read More

Trail: Brooks Lake Road

via Togwotee Pass

Togwotee Pass remains to be one of the prettiest and vast backcountry locations near Teton Valley. Located on the Continental Divide, behold wide sweeping views of Grand Teton National Park to the west and dramatic scenes of the Absaroka Mountains for which Togwotee is home. To access the Brooks Lake Road Nordic Trail, take Hwy 287, 5 miles east of the Togwotee Pass summit. Length: 5.4 milesTerrain: MediumDifficulty: Intermediate Snow Type: Snowmobile Tracked, Skier Tracked,… Read More

CANCELLED FOR 2021 – JH Nordic Alliance’s 5th Annual Free Ski, Fat Bike, & Snowshoe Day –

By Design, Social Distancing Activities on Winter Trails

DUE TO HEALTH GUIDELINES AND OUR RESPECT FOR OUR COMMUNITY, THE JH NORDIC ALLIANCE HAVE CANCELLED OUR EVENT FOR THIS YEAR. INSTEAD, GET OUT WITH FAMILY OR YOUR HOUSEHOLD, ENJOY OUR WINTER TRAILS BY HUMAN POWER! FIND YOUR OWN TRAIL ON JHNORDIC.COM/TRAILS/ OR BOOK A TOUR FOR FAT BIKING, NORDIC SKIING, SNOWSHOEING -SEE LIST OF WINTER TOUR OPERATORS ON JHNORDIC.COM/RESOURCES/ Following the Teton County Public Health Guidelines: All activities are outdoors, in open spaces -Be… Read More

Best Fat Bike Trails in Jackson Hole and Teton Valley ID

Fat biking is a super fun way to explore snow-covered winter trails and pathways

Fat biking is a super fun way to explore snow-covered winter trails and pathways, especially when the snow is firm and packed. Fat biking has been all the hype and hasn’t lost any steam. With over 40 fat bike friendly trails in Jackson Hole and Teton Valley, there are many opportunities to get to and explore. Go to JHNordic.com/trails/ and click on the fat bike icon to list all trails. Here are some of the… Read More

Off Season in Jackson Hole – June Edition

Share Your Outdoor Adventure Right now more than ever our experiences outside are keeping us sane, healthy, and connected to our greater community. Jackson Hole Nordic realizes the importance of storytelling and its ability to enrich our lives. Through our experiences in the outdoors we maintain a sturdy foundation of joy and connection in these uncertain times. We want to encourage you to Share Your Outdoor Adventures with us by submitting them here. No matter… Read More

Off-Season in Jackson Hole – May Edition

Springtime conditions in Jackson Hole As the weather rises into the 50s and 60s, nordic skiing season has become all but a sparkling distant memory for Jackson Hole residents. Instead, we turn our attention towards those dusty mountain bikes sitting in the garage, the trail systems around town that have started to dry out, and our favorite pair of hiking boots. The off-season in Jackson is typically a time where locals flee to warmer climates… Read More

Off-Season in Jackson Hole, April Edition

Spring in the Tetons Spring in the Tetons offers residents a wide range of outdoor activity as the temps begin to rise and areas previously buried under snow throughout the winter months become more accessible. Locals are all too familiar with how the spring weather can offset motivation to get outside if we happen to be in a muddy or rainy stretch, so we here at JH Nordic bring you a comprehensive list of ideas… Read More

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