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Achieving New Heights

A diverse group of climbers — mothers, daughters, grandmothers, friends — all gathered to celebrate the centennial achievement of the first female ascent of the Grand Teton by Eleanor Davis in 1923.

Turning the next page

As a librarian and media specialist at Munger Mountain Elementary, Melissa Snider's passion for language and stories — in both English and Spanish — drives her enthusiasm for helping a new generation navigate the priceless resources of the library and learn more about the worlds within and beyond themselves.

Taking the Leap

Years of study at The Royal Ballet School earned Francesca Romo a spot with a touring company in the United Kingdom, bringing her to Jackson Hole for the first time in the mid-2000s.

Preserving a legacy of conservation

At 33, Trevor is at the forefront of making a difference in conservation and wildlife in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.

A Second Act

Esther Judge Lennox creates housing opportunities and gives historic homes a next chapter

Crafting community, one pour at a time

At Highpoint Cider, the Perez brothers are creating more than just superb sips

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Preserving a legacy of conservation

At 33, Trevor is at the forefront of making a difference in conservation and wildlife in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.

Into Uncharted Heights

Two extreme athletes redefine limits in mountaineering

Sheila Walsh Reddy breaks the mold in athletics, conservation and mentorship in Jackson Hole

When Dr. Sheila Walsh Reddy embarked on a short trip to Jackson in the winter of 2020, she wasn’t looking for anything other than a pleasant getaway into the mountains with her family. But, a seemingly simple cross-country ski outing underneath the peaks in Grand Teton National Park with her then 3-month-old daughter strapped to
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Pushing boundaries in Jackson Hole

The Teton Range and the valleys surrounding its dramatic uplift have offered drama and serenity, adventure and safe harbor, as well as inspiration to people for thousands of years. But it’s never been an easy place to live.

Winter Events in Jackson Hole 2023-34

Jackson Hole and the surrounding areas host a whole lot more than just skiing during the winter and spring months. The towns certainly don’t hibernate in the cold, with music, festivals, art and holiday celebrations happening all season long. Here are some of the notable events to add to your calendar. DECEMBER Dec. 2: 59th
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Jackson Hole ranchers host annual branding events

Perhaps cowboy poet Red Steagall best described the lore, duty and pride attached to a cattle outfit’s brand, the symbol burned onto the hip of stock to denote ownership, in his famous lines: “Son, a man’s brand is his own special mark that says this is mine, leave it alone. You hire out to a
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Local cattle ranches keep the legacy alive in Jackson Hole

Is there any image more quintessentially Western than a cowboy, mounted comfortably in a well-worn saddle, urging a herd of cattle across the windswept range? Settlers realized quickly that the land in and around Jackson Hole wasn’t exactly ideal for growing vast yields of crops. The soil was rocky and dry, and the seasons weren’t
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Service with a Smile

Every day before she goes to work, Four Seasons head concierge Hope Maloney takes a moment to affix a pin to each of lapels. While the pins, depiction sets of crossed golden keys, may just look like jewelry to some, insiders know these pins mean she’s a member of Les Clefs D’Or (pronounced “lay
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Foodie Fenn

When Annie Fenn retired after practicing obstetrics and gynecology for two decades, she had no intention of jumping into another career. But now, the woman behind the well-loved Jackson Hole foodie blog is creating new career that combines her two passions: cooking and helping people stay healthy. Some people would pause after retiring and
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Redefining a Jackson Steak House

When he was young, Paulie O’Connor’s dad told him there are two career paths that will always be in high demand: mortician—because everyone dies—and the food industry—because everyone eats. He chose food. Recently, O’Connor has taken over the Million Dollar Cowboy Steakhouse that resides below the iconic bar. The restaurant has gone through many
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Service with a Smile

Every day before she goes to work, Four Seasons head concierge Hope Maloney takes a moment to affix a pin to each of lapels. While the pins, depiction sets of crossed golden keys, may just look like jewelry to some, insiders know these pins mean she’s a member of Les Clefs D’Or (pronounced “lay
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Inspiring Students Through Art

When recounting some of his most memorable art students, retired Jackson Hole High School art teacher Greg Houda smiled and teared up a little as he bragged about some of his favorite students. One has a local tattoo studio with a year-long waiting list. Another former student just moved to the West Coast after
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Foodie Fenn

When Annie Fenn retired after practicing obstetrics and gynecology for two decades, she had no intention of jumping into another career. But now, the woman behind the well-loved Jackson Hole foodie blog is creating new career that combines her two passions: cooking and helping people stay healthy. Some people would pause after retiring and
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Holistic Healing

Visitors who enter Simply Health are greeted by jazz music from Etta James and Louis Armstrong, along with a big yellow lab named Q. Further into the shop, a menu on the wall displays the various services available, including bio-energetic screening for body balancing and iris analysis to discover health predispositions. It would be
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