After kicking off the annual race in Jackson, the Europeans have a seven-minute lead. Teams will cross the finish line in Driggs on Saturday.
“It’s really going to be dependent on what we see in January and February,” said one climatologist. “We’re really going to need an active January and February to make up these deficits and be okay.”
Last year saw massive snowfall – bringing lots of skiers out. But the couple years before that were a drought, and this one is shaping up to be similar.
Over 3,000 people took to the slopes over the weekend to claim the title, decked out in Canadian tuxedos, denim shorts and the occasional jean Speedo.
Western Wyoming residents and top state officials oppose selling off hundreds of acres surrounded by Grand Teton National Park.
The fate of a prized, $62 million school trust parcel positioned for auction is unknown, but an appraisal makes one thing clear: There’s a market for the square-mile property in Jackson Hole.
A first-of-its-kind study found that less tree coverage could mean more potential for avalanches to start and longer slide paths.
The trip was more than just getting a buffalo. Tribal members said it was about the Yakama nation’s ability to exercise their treaty rights and preserve the culture of hunting and gathering.
It’s an opportunity for skiers and snowboarders to prepare for the winter, as more people take to the Teton County backcountry.