Learning to Lead

Julia Tellman is a long time member of the KRF production staff. When she’s not making bars she spends her time riding bikes, talking about bikes, and thinking about bikes.

Embrace Your Inner Goonie at the Teton Ogre AR

  Who doesn’t crave a treasure map and some challenging terrain? Well you can pack the gear but the map isn’t your call in Adventure Racing—no one is going to

A gorgeous mountain summer is upon us. Here in the Tetons, if you aren’t soaking it up outside, you aren’t living. We crave trails and trees, wide open spaces and

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

Be Here Now: Embracing the Off-Season

In my 20’s, off-season in the mountains meant throwing Halloween bashes, dumpster diving (not my brightest of moments), and lots and lots of, well, drinking. Waiting for the snow to

Forage, Feed, Fuel …

by Christian Santelices It was a tough summer in many ways for a mountain guide … Monsoon moisture produced twice the average precipitation in August, which meant many canceled trips

A Life Worth Living

Ten years ago my friend and mentor, Rich Rinaldi, and I were at Snowbird when he offered me my first guiding job. I was young and hungry and inexperienced–and never

The Mountains Give and the Mountains Take Away

Zahan Billimoria checks in this month from a non-stop 26 days of guiding and playing. In memory of those we’ve lost recently within the Jackson community, we try to relish

The East Ridge of the South

Inversions are always tough because the weather is the harshest when you feel the roughest: at the start of the day. And that is how it was when AJ and

The Dog Days of Summer

With the start of school signaling the end of summer, there seems to be a bittersweet sentiment sweeping through Teton Valley. Summers have a tendency to be full-throttle, and so