Grand Targhee Ski Resort, Wyoming

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Grand Targhee Resort

Technically located in Wyoming, Grand Targhee Resort is accessed via Teton Valley, Idaho. It's mellow terrain and epic amounts of light snow make it a destination for families and powder lovers.

Why should I visit Grand Targhee?

Targhee sits against the backdrop of the Tetons. On clear days it feels like the Grand Teton is right there. The ski area is known for receiving over five hundred inches of powdery white snow annually due to its location on the western slopes of the Tetons. It offers skiing adventures for all skill levels and summer recreation includes an amazing network of biking and hiking trails. It also hosts 2 popular music festivals, the Targhee Fest and the Bluegrass Festival, which bring in thousands of visitors.

Where is Grand Targhee Resort?

From Jackson, Wyoming, drive west up and over Teton Pass into Teton Valley and head north to Driggs. Once in Driggs, turn right onto Ski Hill Road and follow it all the way to the resort. It takes a little over an hour to get there. The Targhee Express bus offers Jackson visitors a package deal (transportation and lift ticket) for a very reasonable price so you don't have to drive the snowy roads.

When is Targhee open?

For the winter season, the Ghee typically opens on Thanksgiving weekend and closes in mid-April. During the summer, the chairlift and other summer activities run from mid-June through the end of September.

How much does it cost to ski at Grand Targhee?

Full day tickets for the 2014/2015 range from $74-$75 for Adults, $51-$52 for Seniors, and $32 for Juniors. Kids under 6: Free. Read more about Mountain Information and Lift Ticket Prices.

What other activities does Grand Targhee offer?

Other than great skiing and snowboarding, winter activities include nordic skiing (on 15k of groomed track), snow biking, avalanche dog demos, guided snowshoe hikes, and snowcat skiing. Summer activities include scenic chairlift rides, hiking trails, cross county and downhill mountain biking trails (lift accessible), a disc golf course, horseback riding, swimming pool, climbing wall, and a nature center.

The resort also offers a variety of lodging options, a few places to eat, a small convenience store, and gear store with rentals.

Who should I call if I have more questions?

Call Grand Targhee directly at 307-353-2300.

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