2017 Eclipse in Jackson Hole

Details of the celestial treat coming to the valley in August 2017 By Brigid Mander On August 21, 2017, a swath of North America will be plunged into darkness from coast to coast. It won’t be some sort of man-made electrical grid glitch, however, but the cosmic phenomenon of a total solar eclipse in the […]

A Day Off

An “off ” day for the sporting type, provided by a local Jackson business By Scott Sanchez While skiing and snowshoeing are acknowledged as standard wintertime activities in Jackson Hole, there are plenty of other options to enhance your trip, especially for the outdoor enthusiast that simply needs a day out of the boots. The […]

New Developments on the Horizon

What big projects are anticipated in the next couple of years? By Todd Lamppa After several years of uncertainty concerning the local zoning regulations, developer confidence appears to be strengthening, as some fairly large projects are slated to be moving forward in the near future. Low inventory is also considered to be a major factor […]

Jackson Hole Air Force

Jackson’s famed underground “ski outlaws” By Andrew Cornish Hatfields v. McCoys. Roadrunner v. Coyote. Jackson Hole Air Force v. Jackson Hole Ski Patrol. To provide an introduction to the Jackson Hole Air Force in the above manner is a fun, but not entirely accurate description of what Jackson’s famed underground ski group is about. The […]

Modular Construction

An examination of modular or “off-site” construction as the new Community Learning Center building is shipped from Boise to its site location in Jackson. By Andrew Cornish History Modular construction is far from a new concept in the United States. As early as 1908, Sears, Roebuck and Co. offered the American dream through kit homes […]

Après-Ski Like a Local

Local favorites for relaxing after a long, or short, day on the ski hill By Annie Fenn, M.D. & Keith Cozzens The dictionary defines “après-ski” as the social activities that follow a day of skiing. Around here, après is used more commonly as a verb. Although I’ve been getting out to the Village to ski […]

Aspens vs. Village

A comparative look at properties available in Teton Village and the Aspens. By Andrew Cornish Considering that the incorporated limits of the town of Jackson are only 10 miles from Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, it is fair argument that most homes in Teton County are “ski homes.” That being said, when considering homes that are […]

Grand Teton Music Festival

The Grand Teton Music Festival has presented awe-inspiring and exhilarating classical music concerts throughout Jackson Hole since 1962. During our treasured seven-week Summer Festival and our one-week Winter Festival, GTMF presents concerts and musical events that feature prestigious soloists and musicians from around the world. Artists flock to stunning Jackson Hole to renew their inspiration […]

The Kemmerer Era

The development of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort over the years. By Brigid Mander Jackson Hole, despite its fame and increasing global cache, has always been a family owned mountain. The founders and original owners of the ski resort, Paul McCollister and Alex Morley, ran the resort until its sale to the Kemmerer family, of Wyoming, […]

JHMR Insider’s Guide to New Inbounds

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort has become more attractive to all types of skiers. By Brigid Mander Since its inaugural season in 1966, Jackson Hole has been a legendary destination in North American skiing, known for thigh-burning vertical drop, steeps, challenging terrain and a blissfully isolated location. As the resort kicks off its 51st ski season, […]

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