To support and promote competitive gymnastics and related aerial sports, fostering personal growth, fitness and achievement for youth in Jackson Hole.
Programs help to ensure that competitive gymnastics in Jackson Hole is accessible to all by reducing the cost of competing with scholarships to those in need and subsidized meet fees, team uniforms and supplemental training opportunities.
Our purpose is to promote the welfare of the youth of the Jackson community by providing supervised competitive athletic games and teaching the ideals of good sportsmanship, honesty, loyalty, and courage.
Friends of Pathways supports a vibrant community by promoting sustainable transportation and healthy recreation in Jackson Hole.
Outreach, Advocacy, Education, Summer and Winter Trail and Pathways Ambassadors, Stewardship and Volunteer Programs, Safe Routes to School Program, Valet Bike Parking, Free Bike Bells, Bike Week, Commuter Choice Challenge.
To provide inexpensive, extended-stay lodging for climbers in Grand Teton National Park; to provide a venue for the cultivation of mountain craft and the exchange of information about the Teton Range; to cooperate with the National Park Service in conservation of the environment and preservation of the historic structures of the ranch; to represent the interests and concerns of the climbing community in the National Park.
The Climbers' Ranch is located in Moose, WY within Grand Teton National Park; and is is open to the public from June 10 to September 15. The Grand Teton Climbers' Ranch is a program of the American Alpine Club (AAC), 710 Tenth Street, Suite 100, Golden, CO 80401.
To introduce and grow a community-based program that offers all youth in Jackson Hole, regardless of economic status, the opportunity to discover, embrace and participate in the sport of lacrosse, and to grow the sport while maintaining the highest ethical standards, providing quality coaching and instruction, and protecting and enhancing the well-being of participants in a safe and respectful environment.
JHLC runs spring and fall seasons for youth ages 1st grade through High School. These seasons include house league play, and competitive travel to tournaments throughout the inter-mountain west. JHLC also puts on the Jackson Hole Mountain Roundup, a spring tournament with over 1,000 players from around the region participating in nearly 150 games over 3 days in Mid May.
Teaching children to swim strong and building a team out of these strong individuals while encouraging them to challenge themselves at something new and to reach higher levels of swimming and collegiate learning.
To teach basketball and lifelong skills along with mental and physical development, using regulation competitive basketball rules, gaining a respect for the rules of the game along with basic ideals of sportsmanship and fair play.
Year-round program for boys and girls in grades 4-8, including practices, games, scrimmages, tournament participation- hosting an annual home tournament, the Western Wyoming Shoot Out (WWSO) in February of each year.
It is the mission of Jackson Youth Hockey to provide a meaningful opportunity for children to experience the great game of hockey and to develop their skating skills and hockey skills to the best of their ability while instilling the importance of sportsmanship, leadership and teamwork.
Jackson Youth Hockey provides ice skating and ice hockey instruction for Teton County youths ages 4-19. Our teams are divided by age, with the youngest players in the Mite Under age 8 grouping, Squirts Under 10, Peewees Under 12, Bantams Under 14 and our oldest boys and girls ages 15-19.
Post 43 Giants is the American Legion Baseball Team in Jackson, Wyoming. Our team consists of players from the ages of 14-18 years of age. Wyoming High School Associations doesn't recognize baseball as a high school sport this is the equivalent of Jackson High School Baseball. They are coached by Jason Huggins. The season runs from April 22nd until the first week of August depending on how well they do at the state tournament.
Post 43 consists of a Prep and Varsity baseball team. They have around 15 home games a season between the two teams. All games are at the Baseball Diamond adjacent to the football field. They have a couple of fundraisers a year including the Spaghetti Dinner at the Elk Lodge April 21, 2018.
To enrich the Teton experience through the creation and care of exceptional trails.
As we see a growing number of users to our trail network, our organization has dedicated significant resources towards routine maintenance and repair to ensure user safety, help diminish erosion, and other safety and environmental concerns.