Last week, I became the first woman to land a backflip into Corbet’s Couloir. That still feels weird to say! One of the first things to come into my mind after landing was how many people I had to thank for helping me achieve this goal. At the forefront of the long list of people…Details
Q: Tell us about yourself. A: I first moved to Jackson in ‘94 after graduating from Middlebury College. After 3 years I moved back to VT and became a pediatric intensivist. I moved back to Jackson about 10 years ago. Now I spend my free time fishing, skiing, running and getting into the mountains as…Details
As summer comes to an end, everyone in Jackson starts looking ahead to the winter. Skiers and Snowboarders all over town start to get excited and giddy, but after a long summer of not skiing from 9 to 4 every day, it can be nerve-wracking to wonder how your body will hold up this year.…Details
Q: Tell us about yourself. A: I’ve lived in Jackson for 6 years now and like to ski, hike, bike, and I’m a pretty casual runner by Jackson standards. I run a customer experience consulting company with my husband called Curvejumping, and we work with companies all over the country on customer research, brand, and…Details
In the chat with Rouchelle Gilmore, our very own Crystal Wright talks about growing up in Jackson Hole, being a racer turned big mountain skier, the impact of social media in mountain towns, coaching women’s camps, injuries, and the start of the Jackson Hole Babe Force.
Q: What inspired you to participate in the Triple Crown? A: When I first came to visit to see if Jackson fit the bill for a move, someone said to watch this multi-leg race called the Pole Pedal Paddle (PPP). I thought wow, adventure racing – cool, cool, cool. Pretty hardcore. It stayed in the…Details