Jackson Hole Ski Resort Guide
- Acres of ski:2500
- Terrain Parks:2
- X-Country:17 km
Jackson Hole ski resort is in north-west Wyoming and has a distinctly wild west feel about it. The ski areas reputation has grown over the last decade and is renowned for its challenging terrain. From the village, at just over 6000ft, the tram cable car transports you all the way to the summit of Rendezvous Mountain at 10,450ft. Add into the equation bucket loads of dry powder and it is not difficult to see the attraction of Jackson Hole. Beginners should not be put off by the reputation of Jackson Hole; there are plenty of runs to keep you happy. Intermediates will find enough challenging terrain and will improve if they push themselves. Experts; well they will be spoiled for choice. Be sure to check out the fabled Corbets Couloir, a big huck off the cornice right below the tram! The town of Jackson is 20 minutes away and is full of traditional frontier buildings. Night life is lively and the cowboy theme continues in the saloon bars. The only gripe with Jackson Hole may be that as a result of the dependence on long tramways and cable cars, queues can be a problem. Think about a day away at nearby Grand Targhee resort to beat the crowds.
- Nearest Airport:Jackson
- Nearest Train Station:-
- Tourist Office Phone:+13077332292
- Tourist Office Website:www.jacksonhole.com
- Slopeside accommodation:yes
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Latest Snow Reportview full snow report
- Issued:16 Feb
- Last Snowfall:16 February 2019
- Snow Depth (upper):269cm
- Snow Depth (lower):122cm
Today’s Weather (2554 m)view full snow forecast
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Visitor Reviews of Jackson Hole
Bana from United States writes:
Don't waste your time coming to Jackson, the people are rude and the terrain gets picked over fast!
The locals can have their mountain, as it would be more fun to ski somewhere that is challenging but visibility is better than this place. Some guy threw my skis off the tram dock because I was trying to get up to my friends who were about 20 ppl ahead. Just rude! Since when is it a crime to try and be with your travel buddies?
The terrain is inconsistent top to bottom as well.
I won't waste my precious time being snubbed or ridiculed as there are many awesome resorts to ride!