I couldnâ€™t help but shake my head in amazement and roll my eyes in bewilderment as I read yesterdayâ€™s article in the Jackson Hole News and Guide, relating to the incident with Roland Flack on Saturday at the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. I was even more blown away when I saw the words handcuffs, arrested […]
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This story has been developing over the past few days, though I first heard hints of problems with certain Backcountry Access Tracker 2s in the ShoutBox in the right sidebar of this blog nearly 2 month ago. (To see the comment, in the ShoutBox, scroll down, hit “Next”, scroll down and hit “Next” again.) At […]
Why would Bob Smith be psyched? Because its not even December yet and the Tetons have already received over 80″ of snow, with up to 30″ of new snow predicted to fall this weekend. Hell…yeah!!! Grand Targhee is opening this weekend and things should be prime for the JHMR opening on the 27th. It’s been […]
With only 10 days until season passes can be bought for the 2010/11 ski season at the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, resort officials announced yesterday not only new mountain biking and hiking trails, major improvements to snowmaking and multiple new terrain park locations, but they also showed a huge commitment to the locals by reducing […]
I worked on the Sublette Chair (aka, The Quad) at JHMR for 2-3 years in the mid to late nineties and I never saw winds like this. Wow! Video by Rachel Shaver. Support TetonAT and shop GREEN at Backcountry.com.
Though I did get out to sample some of the goods from all the snowfall last weekend, I didn’t nearly ski as much of the pow as I would have liked. However, things are finally starting to shape up around these parts and I now just have to get healthy to enjoy it. Luckily, some […]
Update: Unfortunately, Mark Wolling was unable to recover from his injuries. Peace be with you Big Wally…I hope the snow is soft and the winds are light in heaven. At approximately 8:26am today, Mark “Big Wally” Wolling was swept down Cheyenne Bowl while in the process of conducting avalanche reduction work on Route 7 […]
In advance of the official resort opening day on Saturday November 28, 2009 we need to respectfully remind residents that due to pre-opening daily operations, the mountain is closed at this time. Heavy equipment, snowmaking equipment, trucks and ATVs are moving around on the mountain making it unsafe to be skiing and snowboarding. Signs are […]
Well…the tram rides are free for locals, and the 100,000th tram rider wins a 3 night stay in a condo at Teton Village! See, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort has had over 90,000 tram riders this summer (its second busiest) and to celebrate, they are giving away free lodging. So head on out to JHMR and […]