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Jackson Hole Skiing

Winter Activities & Teton Activites

Teton Village Wyoming is 12 miles northwest of the town of Jackson on Highway 390 via Highway 22. 40 Minutes drive from Jackson Airport with non-stop service from Chicago and Dallas on American, Denver, Chicago and Los Angeles on United, Salt Lake City, Atlanta and Cincinnati on Delta. Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is five hours drive northeast of Salt Lake City, UT and eight to nine hours drive from Denver, CO (depending on weather)

Teton Village, Wyoming is 12 miles northwest of the Town of Jackson on Highway 390 via Highway 22. It is also only 5 hours drive northeast of Salt Lake City, UT.

Mountain Facts & Statistics:

Jackson Hole has one of the lowest base elevations of any ski resort area in the Rocky Mountains, at just 6,311 feet. Most other ski resorts in Colorado, Utah, and New Mexico have base elevations between 6,900 and 9,500 feet.

On an average day at the Jackson Hole Ski Resort there are only 1,750 skiers skiing on the 2,500 acres of terrain at the ski area, offering one of the lowest skier densities (one skier per one-and-one-half acres!) of any ski resort in the country.

The Jackson Hole Ski Area has the longest continuous vertical rise of any ski area in the U.S...4,139 feet from the valley floor to the top of Rendezvous Mountain, with a 63-passenger aerial tram that transports skiers from bottom to top in 12 minutes.

Jackson Hole Resort is a unique mountain for skiing, especially when it comes to snow reporting. With 2,500 acres of some of the most diverse inbound skiing and snowboarding terrain in North America.

Yet, another Jackson Hole Powder Skiing Day

Mountain Characteristics

  • Terrain: 2 mountains, Apres Vous and Rendezvous
  • 2,500 acres of in-bounds terrain
  • Vertical drop of 4,139 feet
  • Base elevation: 6,311 feet/1924 meters
  • Summit elevation: 10,450 feet/3185 meters
  • Uphill capacity: 16,733 skiers per hour
  • Open backcountry gate system accesses over 3000+ acres


  • 116 Named Trails on the map
  • 50% expert
  • 40% intermediate
  • 10% beginner


  • One NEW 100 Passenger Aerial Tram
  • One eight pax high speed gondola
  • Two detachable quad chairlifts
  • Four fixed grip quad chairlifts
  • Two triple chairlifts
  • One double chairlift
  • One magic carpet

Snow and Snow Making

Average of 459"/year (38.25 feet; 1166cm; 11.6 meters) over past 10 yrs.
We currently have 160 acres of snowmaking coverage.


Average temperature is 21o Fahrenheit in the valley. Temperature inversions caused by warm air rising and cold air staying on the valley floor will raise slope temperatures by 20-40°


Snowboarding is allowed on 100% of our mountain. There is a superpipe with a rope tow, two terrain parks (one expert, one beginner) for both skiers and riders.

Lift Ticket Information

Jackson Hole Lift Tickets

Snow Report

1-888-DEEP-SNO, 307-733-2291


Jackson Hole Powder Skiing

Mountain Sports School

Ski & Snowboard lessons. Individual and class instruction, video evaluations, race clinics, guide service and Wild West Camp Series- Camps for Skiers and Snowboarders. Located in the Bridger Center.
Ski School Sales: 1-800-450-0477

Kids Ranch

Located in the Cody House next to the Bridger Gondola, the Kids Ranch offers age-specific activities for children from 6 months to 17 years old. Kids can experience Fort Wyoming and our Wild West Woods, an educational ski and snowboard program.

Bridger Center

Home to Jackson Hole Sports ™ (rentals, demo center, apparel), Hole in the Wall™ Snowboard Shop (rentals, demo center, apparel), Cafe 6,311™and Mountain Sports School Sales.

Complimentary Mountain Tours

9:30am and 1:00pm in front of Walk Festival Hall - Mountain Tour (intermediates). No reservations needed

Guest Service Center

Located next to the ticket windows in the Clock Tower Building. Headquarters for our Mountain Hosts who offer information on mountain conditions, lost & found and skier services. Mountain Hosts are stationed at the tops of most chairlifts for direct questions. Hours: 9:00am - 4:00pm Phone: 307.739.2753

Saddlehorn Activity Center

HQ for snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, dog sledding and telemark adventures. Tours available into Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks for all activities.


Nastar course located on Casper above the Casper Restaurant.

Mountain Base Dining

Nick Wilson's Cowboy Café

At Nick's you'll find casual breakfast and lunch menu options as well as après ski specials. Located in the historic Clock Tower Building with outdoor deck.

Café 6311

Located on the ground floor of the Bridger Center, here you can enjoy fresh sandwiches, hearty soup, espressos and coffees as well as domestic and imported microbrews.

On-Mountain Dining

Couloir Restaurant and Bar

A fine dining experience like no other in Jackson Hole. Warm hospitality, a vibrant atmosphere, magnificent scenery, contemporary western cuisine, and superb service await the Couloir diner, not to mention a star lit Gondola ride in the evening. Previously leading kitchens at the renowned Jenny Lake Lodge and Four Seasons Resort, Executive Chef, Wes Hamilton returned to Jackson to open Couloir. Wes and his team offer a daily lunch menu and a three or five course fixed price menu each night. Skiers will marvel at the views of Corbet's Couloir, the soaring heights of the Headwall and the incredible alpine setting from the heated outdoor deck. Reservations recommended 307 739 2675


Featuring individual serving stations that offer fresh soups and salads, a variety of asian delights, hand carved roasts and gourmet grill meals. The Bridger Restaurant has a large open plan indoor seating area for 150 people, floor to ceiling picture windows and an attached south facing deck, with permanent BBQ station and full service bar.

Headwall Deli

Acasual restaurant that is designed with the active skier or snowboarder in mind. Menu items include a good selection of gourmet sandwiches, homemade soups, fresh salads and fresh baked sweet goodies. A perfect pit stop and refueling center pre or during your day on the mountain. Espresso bar serves gourmet coffee and tea drinks all day.

Bear Flats Snack Shack

A cozy log cabin with indoor and outdoor seating, located at the base of Sublette Lift offering hot and cold drinks, snack foods, sandwiches and wraps, spring time BBQ and refreshing beers. New bathrooms too!

Casper Restaurant

Located at the base of the Casper Chairlift, offers a variety of foods in a casual cafeteria style setting. Great for families. The restaurant has a great sun deck.

Corbet's Cabin

Located at the top of Rendezvous Mountain, has a limited menu but unlimited views.