Dina Mishev

Jackson Hole

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  1. Mt. Moran, NE Ridge

    Jackson Hole

    The Northeastern Ridge of Mt. Moran is a wonderful, long climb with a 5.4 pitch.

  2. Disappointment Peak Lake Ledges - Hiking

    Jackson Hole

    A hike/scramble to the summit of Disappointment Peak provides amazing, close-up views of the Grand Teton.

  3. Spoon Couloir, Disappointment Peak

    Jackson Hole

    This couloir is a classic spring ski and also an easy(ish) scramble that you can take to the 11,618-foot summit of Disappointment Peak.

  4. Hagen and Putt Putt Trails

    Jackson Hole

    A rolling cross country mountain bike ride. Also a great hike and run.

  5. The Sidewalk Mountain Biking

    Jackson Hole

    The mellowest single-track trail in the valley.

  6. Black Canyon

    Jackson Hole

    An old-school mountain bike trail from the top of Teton Pass that's steep and features switchbacks up top and with plenty of flow on the lower sections.

  7. Hour of Power

    Jackson Hole

    Hit many of Teton Freedom Riders' Teton Pass freeride trails in one hour.

  8. Bradley and Taggart Lakes

    Jackson Hole

    Visit two glacial-fed alpine lakes whatever the season.

  9. Mt. Meek

    Jackson Hole

    The hike to Mt. Meek is an unmaintained-but-well-worn trail to the summit of a Teton peak that isn't in Grand Teton National Park, which means you can bring your dog.

  10. Six Lakes/Jagg Creek Hiking

    Jackson Hole

    A hike that will make you forget the Tetons, this takes you deep into the Gros Ventre range on well-established trails used mostly by area outfitters. Expect to see few people, lots of wildflowers, evidence of a HUGE landslide that happened in 2012 or 2013, some horseback riders, and lots of snow capped peaks, albeit not as jagged as the Tetons.

  11. Mt. Fitzpatrick

    Jackson Hole

    An amazing, little-done full-day hike that climaxes with a two-mile ridge-top walk to the summit of the tallest peak in the Sale River Range.

  12. Coyote Lake

    Jackson Hole

    One of the highest, most dramatic lakes in the park is a 2-hour bushwhack off a popular trail. You'll most likely have the lake to yourself.

  13. Sky Rim Trail

    Jackson Hole

    An 20-mile alpine loop hike in Yellowstone's far northwest corner that follows a ridge for seven miles and passes close to 9,888-foot Big Horn Peak, which you have an opportunity to summit.

  14. Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

    Jackson Hole

    One of the best ski resorts on the continent, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is famous for its steeps, but today is also a family-friendly resort with plenty of options for beginning and intermediate skiers.

  15. Coal Creek

    Jackson Hole

    A ski descent with tree and glade options from the top of Mt. Glory that drops you at the Coal Creek trailhead on the west side of Teton Pass.

  16. Avalanche Bowl

    Jackson Hole

    A great early season backcountry ski run on the south side of Teton Pass in Jackson Hole.

  17. Edelweiss

    Jackson Hole

    One of the best early season skis on the south side of Teton Pass.

  18. Twin Slides

    Jackson Hole

    A great backcountry ski line off Mt. Glory on Teton Pass that doesn't require climbing skins and drops you right back at the parking lot at the top.

  19. Wimpy's Summit

    Jackson Hole

    This 3,000-some foot backcounty line in Grand Teton National Park has one of the shortest approaches of any peak in the park.

  20. The Claw

    Jackson Hole

    The Claw is one of the steeper backcountry ski lines on the south side of Teton Pass.

  21. Northeast Ridge

    Jackson Hole

    One of the longest runs off the summit of Mt. Glory that requires a short hitch hike back to the top parking lot (or you can ski down to the Old Pass Road).

  22. First Turn and Second Turn

    Jackson Hole

    Two descents to the west off the summit of Glory. Walk back to the top parking lot from the bottom of either run.

  23. Grand Targhee Nordic and Fat Biking

    Jackson Hole

    Grand Targhee was the first ski resort to embrace fat biking on its Nordic trails. The 2014/2015 ski season, it is the first resort in the area to groom singletrack for fat bikers.

  24. Snake River/Emily's Pond Levee

    Jackson Hole

    The Emily's Pond Levee offers a mellow walk, run, cross country ski, or fat bike along the Snake River between Jackson and Wilson, Wyoming.

  25. Darby Canyon

    Jackson Hole

    An ungroomed option for skiing and fat biking on the western side of the Tetons. The "trail" is the summer road.