10.05.18

Waiting For The Storm

Snow storms in the east are fickle - they can fly by before you even know they came. Nailing the narrow weather window makes the quest for deep turns even sweeter. Get stoked to ski with this flash of east coast powder from our friends at Backroad Creative and Long Trail Brewing.

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Balance // Your Forests. Your Future.
In this era of heightened divisiveness, "Balance" from Your Forests Your Future and Nahla Creative House conveys a poignant message regarding our public lands' capacity for peace and healing.
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Brittany Mumma & Halina Boyd // Coming Home
As Britt and Halina explore the wild and rugged terrain of their backyard, they remember how empowering it is to work as a team, as women and as friends navigating the mountains they call home.
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Waiting For The Storm

Get stoked to ski with this flash of east coast powder from our friends at Backroad Creative and Long Trail Brewing. 

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Bridger-Teton Film // More Than Just Forests Series
We’re proud to sponsor the first film in the new More Than Just Forests series from Your Forests Your Future that showcases the beauty...
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The Backyard Bike Park Build Out
Sometimes, you don’t need to travel far to see the possibilities for new adventure in your very own backyard. Just outside of Kingfield, ME, Spencer Lee is working hard to build out Freeman Ridge Bike Park, a trail network …
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A Love Letter To Our Town Hill
Your Town Hill: it’s the place you go when you want to escape, when you want to let it out or when you want to feel invigorated. You’ve memorized the turns and berms or perhaps taken a thousand pictures …
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Designer Spotlight: Courtney Cedarholm on the Downwater Anorak
Stio Designer, Courtney Cedarholm, shares the inspiration and design details of the Spring ‘18 Downwater Anorak. A staff favorite, the Downwater Anorak style pays tribute to the history...
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Reviving Jackson Hole’s Hot Springs
Written by Berne Broudy Fifteen minutes and 16 miles south of Jackson along a gentle bend, mineral hot springs burble and boil into the Teton Mountains-fed Snake River. Since the Snake River Valley’s earliest recorded history, Astoria Hot Springs was …
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Bear Safety 101
Whether you’re out for a long hike or a casual car camp, it’s best to be educated on what to do when you have an unexpected visitor. Between Grand Teton National Park, Bridger Teton National Forest, and occasionally our Jackson …
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Bike Maintenance Tips for Smooth Singletrack Rides
Summer Bike Maintenance with the Fitzy’s Crew After a long, gray winter here in the Tetons, it’s finally bike season! Afternoon thunderstorms have left the singletrack tacky, and the last of the valley snow has melted off our roads. But … Read More
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Summer Trail Running // Choose Your Path
The trails are drying and the time for exploration in the mountains is now! While the majority of runners in the mountains are just out for a quick adventure, we know a few friends of Stio who have the tenacity …
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Meet Our Newest Summer Ambassadors!

Our ambassadors are bikers, climbers, writers, artists, skiers, snowboarders, adventurers, moms, dads, and everything in between. They’ve made the outdoors an integral part of their lives – one that provides balance, empowers them in their careers and informs their convictions. …

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River Waves To Surf This Summer
Landlocked mountain towns aren’t always known for their water culture. But for those with the will to reimagine the possibilities for play on local waterways, a new world of opportunity opens up. Enter river surfing. When the snow melt hits …
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The Endless Wave // A Surfer’s Journey from Ocean Break to River Wave
Landlocked mountain towns aren’t always known for their water culture. But for San Diego native and Montana transplant Jack Christiansen, the waterways of the Rockies present the perfect opportunity to reimagine the sport he grew up learning to love: …
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Why a National Park Hostel is the Way to Go
Mention the term “backpacker hostel,” and the first image that may come to mind is a no-frills accomodation full of bunk beds and college-age students backpacking around Europe. But, as some savvy outdoor adventurers know, hostels are also located in … Read More
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American Prairie Reserve // Partnership Spotlight
American Prairie Reserve’s mission is to create the largest nature reserve in the continental United States, a refuge for people and wildlife preserved forever as part of America’s heritage, by restoring a complete and fully functioning prairie ecosystem. Stio had...
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A Quick & Dirty Guide to Central Montana’s Best Fishing
The rivers of Central Montana are unlike those found elsewhere in the state. Flowing from the mighty Rocky Mountains and several island mountain ranges, the waterways then meander downhill, eventually meeting the Great Plains in their gradual journey eastward. This … Read More
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How to Backpack 38 Miles Through the Sierra Nevada Backcountry
I woke in the back seat of my car, just as the sun started to creep over the granite faces that marked the entrance to Sequoia National Park. It was a chilly July morning, and I arrived early at the...
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