Friends of Pathways and JHNordic – Winter Trails
– Where to Go, Trail Conditions, Grooming, Local Resources, Events –
Friends of Pathways partners with JHNordic to bring the Jackson Hole community and visitors information on our Winter Trails in Jackson Hole and the Greater Tetons. We co-produced, along with Teton County/Jackson Community Pathways, our Jackson Hole Winter Trails and Pathways Map – downloadable image below or pick up a paper version at Friends of Pathways, sports retailers, and guest visitor centers in Teton County WY.
JHNordic.com includes GPS maps and elevation profiles for over 80 winter trails, in Grand Teton National Park, Bridger-Teton National Forest, Teton County/Jackson community trails and pathways, and trails within 1 hour of downtown Jackson on Togwotee Pass, Teton County ID (west side of the Tetons & Big Hole Mountains, the Wyoming Range, and the Gros Ventres.
The JHNordic.com/Trails page has a search tool to allow you to search and identify trails by filter: Groomed for Nordic skate, Classic cross-country, Fat biking, dog-friendly, Skier tracked backcountry, snowmobile; by distance, difficulty, across 7 regions.
JHNordic.com/Events lists all Winter Trail events for Nordic skiing, Fat biking in the region, and Grooming info.
For Daily Trail Reports (latest grooming, snow conditions, events, local weather), JHNordic produces an email report (sign up for daily or Saturdays only). We welcome trail user reports, photos, stories –sign up on the JHNordic.com home page.
JHNordic.com and the JH Nordic Alliance are a collaboration of community organizations and enthusiasts, sponsored by the JH Travel & Tourism Board, Friends of Pathways, Skinny Skis, Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard Club, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Chris & Erich Wilbrecht, Stio, Teton Valley Trails & Pathways, Grand Teton National Park Foundation, Teton Pines Nordic Center, Teton Mountain Bike Tours, Hole Hiking Experience, JH EcoTours, Bridger-Teton National Forest, and a number of local Nordic, fat biking, and snowshoe enthusiasts.
*Your input on trails, resources, events, and support are welcome*