Ski Butlers Blog posts for 'hiking'

Jackson Hole: Not Just a Ski Town

Growing up on the east coast Jackson Hole was like an R rated movie; all of my friends had heard about how mind blowing it was, but none of us had actually seen it. We would pass along tales of the long snow filled runs, and the legendary Corbet’s Couloir. We never considered Jackson Hole’s rich history, or how magical Teton National Park is. Now that I have lived in Jackson for three seasons I am amazed at how many activities there are in the winter, with so many to choose from, I tried to narrow it down to the best of the best.

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Earn Your Views - Telluride Hiking

It's that time of year when the snow begins to fall and you can't quite ski, but you can't bike or hike up high - you want to do something.  This is one of the great conundrums of "off-season" or "shoulder seasons" - that limbo between summer and winter.  In Telluride, there are some amazing low-elevation hikes that will be mostly snow free and will give you amazing views.  (I realize there are amazing views wherever you are in Telluride, but these are only available to those willing to put in the effort.)  So grab an extra pair of socks, a walking stick/ski pole and some water - it's go time.

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