Jackson Hole, Wyoming Ski Resorts

Jackson Hole Wyoming
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Discover North America's ultimate ski destination - Jackson Hole and its neighboring resorts. With over 11,000 collective skiable acres, annual snowfall up to 500 inches, and iconic rugged terrain covered in feather-light powder, this area promises a winter adventure for your ski or snowboarding vacation. 

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

Explore the Thrills of Jackson Hole: Nestled in the Teton Mountain Range, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is a paradise for skiers and snowboarders. Boasting a vertical drop of 4,139 feet and over 2,500 acres of skiable terrain, this resort offers challenging slopes for experienced adventurers and gentle runs for beginners. Experience the legendary powder, breathtaking views, and vibrant après-ski scene. Ready for an unforgettable winter experience? Learn more about Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.

Snow King Mountain Resort

Conquer the King of Jackson: Known by Jackson Hole locals as the "Town Hill," Snow King is conveniently located just minutes from downtown Jackson. Perfect for families, Snow King offers Jackson's only night skiing as well as day tickets, a snow tubing park, and a year-round mountain coaster. Discover more of Snow King's winter activities here.

Grand Targhee Resort

A Hidden Gem, Just Over the Teton Pass: Approximately 42 miles from Jackson, Grand Targhee Resort is located on the western slopes of the Tetons. Celebrated for its impressive snowfall, averaging over 500 inches annually, this resort is perfect for powder enthusiasts. With family-friendly terrain and a relaxed atmosphere, Grand Targhee is your escape to a winter wonderland. Explore this hidden gem by clicking here.

White Pine Ski Area in Pinedale Wy

Tranquil Skiing at White Pine, 75 Miles from Jackson: With a vertical drop of 1,100 feet, 25 downhill trails, and a plethora of cross-country trails, White Pine is a serene retreat in the Wind River Mountains. With its uncrowded slopes and uncommercial natural beauty, it's an ideal destination for those seeking a quieter ski experience. Embrace the tranquility of White Pine by learning more here.

Big Sky Resort in Montana

The Skiing Giant, A Scenic 197 Miles North: Now that Big Sky and Moonlight Basin have combined to form Big Sky Resort, it has earned the name "the Biggest Skiing in America."  Though Big Sky is 197 miles from Jackson Hole, many skiers feel it's worth the drive to experience its 5,800 acres of skiable terrain and impressive 4,350-foot vertical drop. Whether you're looking for thrilling runs or expansive landscapes, Big Sky is a must-visit destination for ski aficionados. Learn more about Big Sky Resort by clicking here.

Questions & Answers

Jackson Hole is as easy or as difficult as you want it to be. With 2,500 acres of in-bounds skiing, the mountain offers rich variety from bunny hills and smooth groomers to open powder bowls, trees, cliffs, and couloirs.

Corbet's Couloir near the top of Rendezvous Mountain is one of the most famous and challenging runs on the mountain. It's considered nearly a rite of passage to locals with a cliff drop in to a narrow chute. Skiers come from all over the world to conquer it.

But if you prefer skiing to feel more like a magic carpet ride than a cliff-diving adrenaline rush, you'll find plenty of terrain that suits your ability and preferences.

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