JACKSON HOLE GUIDE
Jackson Hole Resort Overview
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JH) in Wyoming, spanning 2,500 acres and two mountains, resides atop many a skier and snowboarder’s bucket list. The technical terrain, jaw dropping scenery, old west vibe, nightlife, and fine dining are all reasons to consider a trip to this legendary mountain. The resort consistently bags top honors and awards as a destination resort despite the notoriously challenging travel logistics.
Contrary to the common perception that Jackson Hole is a mountain for experts, the resort has lately been upping its game by adding beginner and intermediate terrain and focusing on the Mountain Sports School experience. The Sweetwater Gondola, Solitude Station Learning Center, and Casper Quad provide beginners and intermediates with excellent access to appropriate terrain. JH is suitable for groups or families of wildly different abilities and comfort levels. For experts, there’s always the 4,139 feet of vertical drop, endless backcountry access, the aerial tram, and immense quantities of steep, (and often deep) terrain. If that’s not enough to make you drool, consider the 459 inches of annual snowfall and book your next trip.
Teton Village is a 12 mile, 20 minute ride to Jackson. Bus service runs regularly between the areas enabling easy access to a variety of accommodations, tons of fun nightlife, and fine dining options in town. Jackson Hole participates in the Ikon Pass and the Mountain Collective.
Snow-Making & Grooming
On Mountain Dining