In Kelly, more than a dozen people live in yurts. But the housing style is the least interesting thing about this small community, which has been going strong since 1981.
Greater Yellowstone’s extraordinary wildlife migrations make for an intact ecosystem, and bind people together in awe.
Ice fishing’s glory days in Jackson Hole have passed, but this unique brand of angling still persists.
His photos are timeless treasures.
Some of the valley’s smallest animals are its most interesting.
Mother Nature made Grand Teton National Park, but it’s a team effort—with the 100-year-old National Park Service playing quarterback—that keeps the park looking its best.
In Jackson Hole, a ‘Picnic’ involves 67 miles of biking, swimming, hiking, and climbing. A bike ride Around the Block is 109 miles.
Before photos could be reprinted in magazines, artists had to come up with a different way to share the park’s scenery with the masses
As the National Park Service turns one hundred, the examples set by—and the problems seen by—Yellowstone and Grand Teton parks are more important than ever.
In Jackson Hole, snowmobiling isn’t just a sport, but a culture.