16 Mar 21 – Daily Trail Report

Oxbow Bend Snowshoe | Register for Pole Pedal Paddle

Snowshoe Trip Report: Oxbow Bend, GTNP We had a wonderful Sunday afternoon snowshoe along the Snake near the Oxbow!  Hard enough crust to stay on top with warm enough temperatures for one of our group to wear shorts!  We were treated to a viewing of 3 otters swimming, diving, eating, romping and playing along and on the opposite shore as they moved upstream for a quarter mile.  Magical! -Kathy  Grooming Schedules and End of Season… Read More

15 Mar 21 – Daily Trail Report

Flagg Ranch Canyon BC Nordic Ski | Spring Temps on the Rise

Trip Report: Flagg Canyon BC Nordic From Flagg Ranch north to the Yellowstone National Park boundary , we followed the Snake River along its west bank above Flagg Canyon. With dramatic overlooks down into the river, twisting trail thru forests ( and burnt remnants), after 2.2 miles, we eventually dropped down to the river’s edge for a sunny, picnic lunch. Highlight of the day: watching 3 wolves trotting along in the meadow on the opposite… Read More

14 Mar 21 – Daily Trail Report

Spring Adventures in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park | Signal Mtn to Taggart Trail Report | Skinny Skis Winter Rental Sale

JHN: What’s groomed today, and End of Season last grooming dates by Location Looking for the What’s groomed When? End of Season last grooming dates? For the latest Nordic and Fat biking Trail grooming info:  * Via email: Subscribe to Trail Condition Reports via email. Choose Daily Reports or select any day(s) you wish to receive the report (choice of any day(s) of the week). Sign up on JHNordic Home page.  * Via web: check when you need… Read More

13 Mar 21 – Daily Trail Report

Spring Adventures in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park | Signal Mtn to Taggart Trail Report | Skinny Skis Winter Rental Sale

Tips for Late Winter and Early Spring Adventures in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks! Though snow remains deep in Jackson Hole and Yellowstone’s interior, the winter season is coming to an end in Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks.  Snow covered roads are starting to be plowed in preparation for the coming summer season.  Winter isn’t quite over yet however, here’s what you need to know about exploring Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks… Read More

12 Mar 21 – Daily Trail Report

Tips for Late Winter and Early Spring Adventures in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park | Pilgrim Creek Trail Report | Skinny Skis Winter Rental Sale

Tips for Late Winter and Early Spring Adventures in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks! Though snow remains deep in Jackson Hole and Yellowstone’s interior, the winter season is coming to an end in Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks.  Snow covered roads are starting to be plowed in preparation for the coming summer season.  Winter isn’t quite over yet however, here’s what you need to know about exploring Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks… Read More

11 Mar 21 – Daily Trail Report

Hole Hiking Experience Nature Update | Jessie Diggins Clinches Nordic World Cup Overall Title

March 10, 2021 Nature Update Provided by Karen D.www.holehike.com “This is my very  favorite time of the year to Nordic Ski!” my friend proclaimed emphatically.  When asked why, she explained how wildlife is coming into the valley, the birds are returning and the evidence of so much activity can be found – when one is extra observant – in the snow.  As if to prove her point, we rounded a corner and saw such unusual… Read More

10 Mar 21 – Daily Trail Report

Trip Report: Taggart to Jenny | Vote for JHNordic!

Trip Report: Taggart to Jenny Lake One of the busiest days of the winter at Taggart, with parking down the road for nearly a mile. Lots of skate and classic cross country skiers, backcountry AT skiers, walkers – with and without dogs (happily on leash!), several GTNP Nordic Ambassadors in their red jackets with smiles and a friendly word, and a GTNP Ranger sharing wildlife info. We also saw several families visiting from California and… Read More

9 Mar 21 – Daily Trail Report

Island Hopping | No Grooming in GTNP Today

Island Hopping Jackson Lake near Colter Bay Magical day in northern GTNP classic skiing on frozen Jackson Lake. Starting from Colter Bay, with sunny, blue skies, Teton views that go on forever, good group of friends, and a picnic. Perfect way to recreate responsibly, enjoy late winter in our public lands, for which we are grateful! Watch out for bison crossing the road in leaps and bounds! Turpin Meadow Ranch Grooming Done for the Season A… Read More

8 Mar 21 – Daily Trail Report

Pisten Bully Fundraising Campaign | Wydaho Ride Groomed Winter Challenge with Kait Boyle |

Pisten Bully Fundraising Campaign We are making progress to our goal of $306k! The Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard Club is reaching out to our community to let you know that our Pisten Bully Fundraising Campaign has now gone public to over 400 members of our community who are users, donors, and supporters of the trails at Trail Creek just like you. We ask for your support to reach our fundraising goal by the end of the winter season,… Read More

7 Mar 21 – Daily Trail Report

Last day to enjoy Grooming at Turpin Meadow Ranch | TWydaho Ride Groomed Winter Challenge Wildlife | Calendar of Grand Teton and Yellowstone

Last day to Enjoy Grooming at Turpin Meadow Ranch Come enjoy the last day of grooming at Turpin Meadow Ranch! We have plenty of sunshine and fast trails up here for the last day to enjoy before our daily grooming comes to an end. Today, while the trails will be freshly groomed and open, our restaurant will be closed. The guide’s recommendation is a classic ski in the valley or fat bike single track in… Read More