The Jackson bench watched as Pinedale’s kick returner streaked down the sideline toward the Jackson end zone Friday.
Since 2013 the Wild West Skateboard Contest Series has highlighted some of Jackson’s most under-the-radar athletes. The series has allowed the athletes, who beforehand had nothing material to strive for, to compete for money and prizes in a sport that previously had no local competitions.
For this column I was all set to write about hiking the Paintbrush Canyon Trail to Paintbrush Divide and back. After connecting Paintbrush Canyon with Cascade Canyon into an 18(ish)-mile loop at least once every summer for 21 years, this summer I decided to hike to the divide as an out-and-b…
This is Trail Talk for the week starting Sept. 12. The News&Guide compiles reports on trail conditions from three major agencies that manage public lands in the area.
Turn here to find where to go, which trails are not recommended and what to consider when venturing into the backcountry.
Fire danger increased once more to “very high” in Yellowstone National Park and remains “high” in Grand Teton National Park and the Bridger-Teton National Forest. Take care to build campfires in open areas, not under low-hanging branches. Campfires should be cold to the touch before you leave your campsite.
Bradley nets first win in six years
Keegan Bradley won the BMW Championships on Monday in Pennsylvania after defeating new world No. 1 Justin Rose on the first hole of a sudden-death playoff. The win was Bradley’s first since 2012. Bradley is the son of Jackson Hole Golf and Tennis instructor Mark Bradley. The Vermont native won three times in his first two seasons on tour, including the 2011 PGA Championship in his major debut. Bradley, 32, took home $1.62 million for his win. The win was Bradley’s fourth on the PGA Tour.
For many people time spent on the starting line of any race or competition comes with a specific state of mind. Some are able to empty their minds, focus only on the event before them as they center themselves and find inner calm. Others panic, wishing they could use the bathroom one more ti…