Jackson Hole Mountain Resortt

With 2,500 acres of legendary inbound terrain, a 4,139 ft. vertical rise, and an average of 450+ inches snowfall each winter, Jackson Hole offers a truly unique winter experience. Two distinct mountains in the heart of the Tetons – Rendezvous and Apres Vous – make up Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, home to incredible skiing for the past 50 years. Just years after the $31 million new Aerial Tram, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort completed the Teton Lift in 2015, taking riders to the top of the Crags. The new Sweetwater Gondola is in the works for 2016. More info…

Going on nearly 30 years of holding a season pass at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, my skiing has grown with the mountain over the years. Below is a video created by Jackson Hole Mountain Resort of their 50 year history.

 

 

 

Snow King Resort

Blocks from Jackson Hole’s town square, Snow King Mountain rises dramatically, with stunning views of the valley and Teton Mountain Range. In 1939 this mountain opened as Jackson’s first ski area and one of the first in the United States. Today, Snow King welcomes hopeful Olympians as a top training camp destination. Many locals ski Snow King on their lunch breaks, or after work for night skiing. More info…

 

Grand Targhee Ski and Summer Resort

Grand Targhee is located in the Caribou-Targhee National Forest in western Wyoming. The base is at 8,000 ft. in the magnificent Teton Mountain Range, 42 miles west of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and 87 miles northeast of Idaho Falls, Idaho. Grand Targhee is famous for consistently superb snow conditions with over 500 inches annually, and offer gentle slopes for all ages. If you’re looking for adventure and solitude, try a day of private cat skiing. More info…

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