Wade McKoy is Jackson Hole’s original ski photographer.
A few of our favorite winter things
Twenty-five years ago, wolves were reintroduced to Yellowstone National Park. Today, gray wolves in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem are a wildlife success story, but no less of a lightning rod than they were in 1995.
Meet the machinery that keeps the valley’s roads open (almost) all winter.
A dedicated Teton County Parks & Rec crew works to clear town’s sidewalks in the early hours of the morning.
Owning a ski shop isn’t always sunshine and powder, but it’s still a pretty awesome job.
Teton County Search & Rescue team members would never say this, but they’re one of the busiest and best mountain SAR teams in the country.
Jackson Hole Coffee Etiquette
Yes, Jackson Hole has one of the most vibrant gallery scenes in the West (and we love checking them out), but there’s also a growing public art scene that is accessible to everyone.
Downtown Jackson is changing fast, but we still have some historic buildings.