Local outdoor rinks holding up well, fairgrounds to close March 5

JACKSON, Wyo. — It has been a pretty good winter for the local outdoor ice rinks as cold temps in February have helped extend the season.

Just a couple weeks left, weather-wise, and logistically, as Parks & Rec today announced they will take down the fairgrounds rink on March 5 in preparation for Hill Climb.

According to Parks & Rec, the rink must be broken down prior to Hill Climb setup, which starts the week of March 16. It takes a couple of weeks to melt out the boards, tear it down, and clean up the area.

Powderhorn, Owen Bircher and Alta rinks will stay open as long as weather allows.

It’s been a great winter season for ice skating. Cold, cold, cold. Photo: Courtesy Town of Jackson


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