Ski USA - Wyoming

Grand Targhee Ski Resort Guide

Ski USA - Wyoming

Grand Targhee Ski Resort Guide

Grand Targhee Ski Resort Guide

Roo at Targhee, Grand Targhee photo

Grand Targhee

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Weibo at Targhee, Grand Targhee photo

Grand Targhee

Photo credit: bad_roo

Deep in Targhee BC, Grand Targhee photo

Grand Targhee

Photo credit: Robert Hortlund

Kiwis flying high in Wyoming, Grand Targhee photo

Grand Targhee

Photo credit: Stuart Ratlidge

Slope Stats

  • 3108m

  • 671m

  • 2437m

  • Acres of ski:2000
  • Pistes:67
  • Snowmaking:5%
  • Halfpipes:1
  • Terrain Parks:-
  • X-Country:15 km
  • beginner10%
  • intermediate70%
  • advanced20%

Grand Targhee is a small resort just over 90 minutes drive from Jackson Hole. It receives 500 inches of snow a year. That's over 1/4 more than Jackson and it is quiet! There is a fair mix of terrain at Grand Targhee, but it is the powder than is the main attraction. If it has dumped at Grand Targhee then there is stacks of the stuff waiting for you and you will hardly have to wait or cross anyones tracks to enjoy it. There is accommodation in the modern village at the base of the resort, or in Teton Village which is linked to Grand Targhee by a regular bus service.


  • Nearest Airport:Jackson
  • Nearest Train Station:Pocatello
  • Tourist Office
  • Slopeside accommodation:yes
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  • Season opens:17 Nov 2018
  • Season closes:22 Apr 2019
  • Lifts:4 (3 chair lifts, 1 surface lifts)
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Latest Snow Reportview full snow report

  • Issued:8 Oct
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Today’s Weather (2772 m)view full snow forecast

5 E5
6 °CF-Level
10 SW10
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10 WSW10
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Visitor Reviews of Grand Targhee

RB from United States writes:

Grand Targhee is a great area. The people are friendly and it's never crowded; not big enough to be a destination resort, but a fine day trip for those staying at Jackson Hole. Snowfall is deep and very reliable. High base elevation at Grand Targhee keeps the powder fresh on sunny days in the spring when lower slopes at Jackson Hole can turn slushy. Groomed slopes are nice but are mostly intermediate and can get boring for advanced skiers. Grand Targhee is at its absolute best after fresh snow when all of the off-piste meadows and glades beckon. Those same slopes can be frustratingly unskiable when the snow is old and cruddy (not a frequent occurence, fortunately).

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