The Legendary, Jackson Hole

OvR Jackson Hole Tram

Jackson Hole has been named Ski Magazine’s #1 resort overall in America. It’s no surprise why!

Located in Teton Village, Wyoming, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is part of the Grand Tetons, world renowned for some of the best skiing and riding in the world. With a summit elevation of 10,450 feet, 4,139 feet of vertical and 2,500 skiable acres, it’s easy to see why it’s been nicknamed, “The Big One.” Did we mention the average annual snowfall of 475 inches? calls Jackson Hole a “North American ski resort on steroids,” and we absolutely agree!

Jackson Hole Wyoming Mountains

Jackson Hole’s legendary terrain has a reputation for attracting hardcore skiers and riders. It offers both challenging (read: steep) trails as well as gnarly off-pist shredding! Not quit ready for all that gnarliness? No problem! With 40% intermediate terrain and 10% beginner terrain as well, there’s something for everyone.

After an epic day on the mountain, you’ll want to hang out and throw one back in celebration! The après ski scene is alive and well at Jackson Hole. Conveniently located at the base of the mountain, is the Mangy Moose Restaurant and Saloon. The Moose is an institution- you’ll feel right at home. Throw back a brewski, specialty drinks (like their famous spicy margarita) and live bands. Oh and the giant moose hanging on the wall! This is Wyoming after all!

In true Wild West fashion, there isn’t a shortage of places to wet your whistle or get a good meal. You’ll also want to check out the Snake River Brewery for après and dinner. For a night out, start with a reservation at Burke’s Chop House for steaks, game and seafood. For more on dining and nightlife options check out Jackson Hole’s page.

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While in town, we’ll be calling The Snow King Hotel home.

Conveniently located Slopeside at Snow King Resort, right in the classic Cowboy Town of Jackson, WY. It’s a full amenity hotel including free internet access, on site restaurant and bar… and a heated pool! So don’t forget your bathing suit! 

What are you waiting for?

Join us Feb 27th to March 3rd at “The Big One” and pay homage to the mountain!

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Jackson Hole trail map