JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — A 30-year-old professional skier severely injured last March in fall down a northwest Wyoming mountain has died.
A February dry spell almost brought a short end to the 2017-18 regional ski season. But after a strong March, many local ski areas were still able to salvage a good year after almost no snowfall came in the early and mid-months, causing many local ski areas to race against the clock to open …
Driggs native Tucker Hibbert closed out one of the most successful seasons of his career and took claim to his 11th Professional Snocross Championship at the ISOC National Snocross season finale in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin.
Two injured snowmobilers were rescued in separate incidents on Sunday at nearly the same time on Sawtell Peak near Island Park.
Aaron Gardner of Victor recently returned from a fat bike race in Alaska, where he rode 350 miles from Knik through the vast interior to McGrath.
ISLAND PARK — An air ambulance plucked an injured snowmobiler from Mt. Sawtelle around 3 p.m. Tuesday. Just shortly before, the man and a group of snowmobilers narrowly escaped an avalanche.
INKOM — Pebble Creek wants everyone to be able to ski.
JACKSON, Wyoming — To celebrate spring break, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is producing a free concert series at the resort base and town square. Snowboard slopestyle Olympian Red Gerard will also perform in an exhibition.
Telemark diehards will descend on Pebble Creek this Sunday to take part in its Telemark Festival. Until recently, the annual event was in jeopardy of having to move the course for its main event.
The following news release was issued by Pebble Creek Ski Area on Thursday afternoon: