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Mountainstyle Living

Local legend shares his take on the Teton lifestyle

The winter of 1970, according to skier, mountain biker, kayaker, and local legend Olaf Koehler, was truly one for the books. “I had a hard time coming up for a breath because the snow was just that deep,” Olaf says, as he takes a sip of beer at his favorite bar, Snake River Brewing. “After
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Inspire

A new take on tradition with JW Bennett

“There are not many women who make hats this way in the world,” says Sarah Kjorstad, as she explains how she makes the handmade hats sold at JW Bennett, a custom hat company she founded. The felt hats, which are made at her flagship location in downtown Jackson, rely on traditional techniques and nearly 100-year-old
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Basecamp Adventures

6 Teton experiences that take you off the slopes

Maybe you just aren’t drawn to Jackson Hole’s legendary slopes, or maybe your legs just really need a break after a day of making knee-deep turns. Either way, there’s plenty to do around Jackson Hole in the winter that doesn’t take place on the ski hill. Here are a few local go-tos. Sleigh Ride Through
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Nightlife

Best après ski in Jackson Hole

There are very few mountain-town traditions as well established as sharing a drink and some nosh at the end of a great day of skiing or riding. Rehashing the day’s victories (and defeats) over a drink caps the day and launches the transition to a food and cocktail-fueled evening. And while Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
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Highstyle Profile

About the Cover: Winter Magazine 21-22

For most of the familiar hike up the Glory bootpack, Caite Zeliff and I enjoyed watching the December sun setting in the west. Just when we reached the summit, the full moon rose into the sky, pink with alpenglow. The objective of the day was to move our legs and catch up on each other’s
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Nightlife

10 Jackson Hole winter 21-22 events you won’t want to miss

Holiday Musical at Jackson Hole Playhouse December 10-January 8: The annual musical at the Jackson Hole Playhouse is a must for any holiday visit to Jackson. You can either show up for dinner and a show (a must for first timers!) or reserve tickets for the show only. Santa Drops From the Tram December 24:
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Winter E-Edition 21-22

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Catalogue

When you need a break from the endless outdoor adventures found in Jackson Hole, come explore and support the area’s wonderful galleries and boutiques. Jackson and the Tetons are home to 30 nationally acclaimed galleries and endless interior shops, jewelry stores, and boutiques. You can either swing by in-person or hop online to see full
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Mountainstyle Living

Your dream trip realized

Imagine booking a vacation with a single text. Forget about trying to nail down flights and researching hotels and restaurants and imagine if it was all done for you — to perfection. That’s the power of Labbé Travel, a travel agency with Jackson Hole roots that makes accessing the world easier than ever. “It’s as
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Teton Valley

Captain Ron’s Smokehouse prioritizes supporting, feeding the Teton Valley community

It’s Wednesday morning, which means Ron James is doing what he does almost every morning: firing up the smoker and cooking up some beans and collard greens. The secret to his beans, Ron says, is that they’re cooked under the brisket while it’s smoking, resulting in an unbelievable flavor. The trick to the collard greens,
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Teton Valley

Farmhouse 208 brings unique and delightfully luxurious offerings to Jackson

As soon as you walk in the door, you can tell that Farmhouse 208 is a passion project. The north Driggs shop perfectly melds owner Kate Zupancic’s passion for horses, design, and homewares into a delightful mix of gifts, household essentials, and equestrian needs. “It’s like my brain exploded and turned into a shop!” says
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Nightlife

Jackson Hole Still Works is all about keeping things local

Chas Marsh and Travis Goodman, founders and owners of Jackson Hole Still Works, have no trouble conveying the essence of their business approach. “It’s part of our mission statement,” Chas says. “To create delicious spirits that make people smile.” While that may be the duo’s end goal, there’s a lot more to Still Works than
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Dine in Style

Chef Dusty Rasnick’s passion for Japanese cuisine plays out on Jackson Hole plates

“Really? Sushi in Wyoming?” It’s a sentiment that Dusty Rasnick hears with relative frequency at Suda Izakaya, a Japanese restaurant in downtown Jackson Hole. Uninitiated visitors often express a level of surprise (tinged with varying levels of skepticism) at the prospect of eating raw fish well over 500 miles from the nearest briny coastline. “Lots
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Dine in Style

Jackson’s Gather restaurant a place to share, celebrate and be with others

Graeme Swain and his wife and business partner, Christine Mara Swain, got into the restaurant world almost by accident. They’d recently moved back to their hometown of Omaha, Nebraska, and a struggling restaurant owner approached them about buying him out. Christine told Graeme he should make an offer. “The next thing I knew, we owned
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Highstyle Profile

Director of public works balances infrastructure with Jackson’s delicate ecosystem

Places like Jackson Hole don’t just happen. Critical elements of the community’s everyday infrastructure and services must be thoughtfully designed and mindfully managed. Over the past couple decades, Heather Overholser has been a visionary in developing community systems that are safe, convenient, and reflect the valley’s values. As the county’s director of public works, Heather’s
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Highstyle Profile

Brain Health Kitchen dedicated to helping prevent Alzheimer’s with food, tips

On a trip to the Italian island of Sardinia, Dr. Annie Fenn found herself fascinated by the island’s reputation for longevity and its high number of centenarians — people who have reached the age of 100. Annie, a physician and foodie, was particularly interested in the traditional Sardinian diet of powerhouse brain foods. “They typically
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Dine in Style

5 unique flavors you’ll only find in Jackson Hole

Our sense of taste can elicit memories, affect our moods, and trigger emotions. It’s no wonder we hold tight to family recipes and gather with friends over food — taste plays an important role in our history and feeling in the present moment. To create some new taste memories and trigger some absolute Jackson joy,
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Basecamp Adventures

See the historic side of Jackson Hole — dating back to 1910

There’s more to Jackson than national parks, wildlife and stunning mountain views. The town has a long and deep history that you won’t want to miss. All it takes is an hour spent walking around the heart of Jackson Hole to get a sense of what the town might’ve felt like in the early days.
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Inspire

Hydroponic urban farm in Jackson cultivates produce — and livelihoods

Nona Yehia, cofounder and CEO of Vertical Harvest, Jackson’s only hydroponic urban farm, is no stranger to the intersection of adversity and innovation. For starters, she figured out a way to grow vegetables year-round in Jackson, where winter temperatures often hover well below zero degrees. And she pioneered the design of a vertical farm that
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