by Christian Santelices High pressure in the Tetons has given me the chance to reflect on a busy season of avalanche education. Working for the American Avalanche Institute and Exum

Julia Tellman brings her kick-ass bar making skills to the table at Kate’s, and she is damn good at it. She is good at other things, too, including writing and

“Lumbersexual”, a term that surfaced toward the end of 2014, caught my attention. According to a handful of media outlets, this phrase embodies a male type that is primarily defined by an

Striking Gold in Silverton

by Kalen Thorien A few years ago I had my first skiing experience in New Zealand. I quickly fell in love with the simplicity of their resorts and the freedom

Getting out of your comfort zone can apply to many aspects of life, from working your body a little harder to taking time out and unplugging. The possibilities are endless!

The Greater Yellowstone Food Guide

To some, it may seem that the Teton locavore craze hibernates in the deep winter. Yet, an underground team of slow food advocates works hard to keep the dream alive.

Kate’s Holiday Libations Pairing

Holidays and gluttony go hand in hand (first world problems, I know). And in the mountains we can’t help but feel, well, spoiled rotten. While droves of people move in,

#ThinkBigBuySmall Gift Guide

Where in The Story of Santa Claus does it say anything about consumerism? And when did GIVING become shrouded in commercials and Black Friday sales? Tell me, how did all

At Kate’s we love folks out there who share our multiple passions. Fitzgerald’s Bicycles, local to our neighborhood in Victor, Idaho, exemplifies our passion for real play.  Real play is a critical component to

Where the land is not burdened by a layer of asphalt, where the horizon beckons with both beauty and mystery–these are the places that seed inspiration. – – When considering