Stio Stories: A Year In Review

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The Best of 2018: From the vast plains of the prairie to our back yards right here in Jackson, this year took us to some pretty amazing places packed with epic adventure. Here are some of our favorites from 2018.

The Endless Wave

From ocean break to river wave, river surfing creates brand new possibilities for play in the mountains. 

Into The Sawtooths

A mountain town mission to ride miles of singletrack and camp deep in the Sawtooths.

    A Love Letter To The Town Hill

    Sometimes, the best trails and views can be found in the places we frequent the most.

    Coming Home

    Ambassadors Britt Mumma and Halina Boyd explore the wild and rugged terrain of their backyard.

     

        Reviving Jackson Hole's Hot Springs

        Astoria Hot Springs will soon reopen as a public park for everyone to enjoy just as it was years ago. Read Now.

         

          Rediscovering The Undiscovered

          Explore what is quickly becoming the largest nature reserve in the continental U.S. with our partners at American Prairie Reserve. View Now.

           

          Balance

          In this era of heightened divisiveness, "Balance" conveys a poignant message regarding our public lands' capacity for peace and healing. Watch Now.

           

          Dilly Dallyin' The Divide

          Take a ride with Stio employee Jenna Mahaffie on a portion of the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route. Read Now.

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          Boards Over Boots
          When temps pushed into the triple digits last summer, Matt and his family opted to forego the hiking boots and heavy packs to try SUP camping.
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          Searching For Singletrack
          Inspired to explore the backroads of America, Eric and Donna loaded their mountain bikes, packed the car and put the Colorado Rockies in the rear view.
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          A Turbulent Journey

          Through pristine wildlife habitat in Idaho, this story takes us on a five day, 250 mile high-water sprint down the turbulent history of the Salmon River.

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