Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, located in the heart of the stunning Tetons, provides an abundance of spectacular skiing, riding and backcountry adventures. The ski resort, at the base of the happening Teton Village, is vibrant with hotels, spas, ski and ride shops and fun places to Après ski. With its old western style boardwalks and charm, the nearby town of Jackson hosts a variety of restaurants, pubs, galleries, recreation outfitters, and designer boutiques.

The Jackson Hole Mountain

The mountain is well deserving as the number one ranked ski resort by Ski Magazine for 2014. With 459″ of average snowfall, 2,500 acres of inbound terrain, and 116 trails, Jackson Hole offers plenty of skiing for every ability. The mountain boasts a 4,139′ vertical rise, the longest continuous rise of any U.S. ski area. Terrain levels consist of 50% expert trails, 40% intermediate and 10% beginner. Try out the beginner or expert terrain park and the Superpipe!

Ski and Snowboard Lessons

  • Kids: The famous Kid’s Ranch offers Ski School programs and daycare.
  • Adults: The resort offers adult group lessons, private lessons and specialty clinics for skiers, riders and nordic enthusiasts.


Skiing Magazine ranked Jackson Hole #1 for steeps and backcountry access with its 3000 acres of open backcountry.


High Mountain Heli-Skiing offers helicopter assisted ski touring for the backcountry adventurer searching for untracked powder snow.

Nordic Skiing

Cross-country or skate ski on 17km of groomed runs or take a Nature Ski Tour in the Grand Teton National Park.


Up for an adventure? Continental Divide Dogsled Adventures offer day trips and overnight trips. Those Alaskan Racing Huskies are beautiful, happy and amazing dogs.


For breakfast don’t forget to stop at the Bunnery Bakery & Restaurant in downtown Jackson for delicious freshly baked goods and gourmet coffee. At the mountain, enjoy breakfast and a latte at Terra Cafe or ride the tram to the summit at Top of the World Waffles.

For lunch, stop at the Gondola Summit for lunch at the Couloir Restaurant or visit Nick Wilson’s Bar and Grill, a favorite locals hangout, at the base of the aerial tram. Après ski at the famous Mangy Moose Saloon or head into downtown Jackson for microbrews and dinner at the Snake River Brewing Company.

View the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Website


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