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Alpine Skiing and Snowboarding

Take on the Tetons by skis or snowboard.

Whether you are looking for blue groomers, steep chutes or waist-deep powder stashes, Jackson Hole has the experience for you with 3 amazing world-class resorts within one hour’s drive.

How to do it

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is located in Teton Village, 12 miles from the town of Jackson, and home to the aerial tram “Big Red,” world class terrain and a full resort experience. Snow King, known by the locals as the Town Hill, is a small mom and pop style ski hill with steep north facing terrain, a racer’s playground. About an hour away, over Teton Pass through a blip of Idaho and back in Wyoming, Grand Targhee is a powder paradise, with great skiing for all abilities and an authentic atmosphere.

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Know before you go

  • Plan your lift access ahead of time. Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is requiring visitors to pre-purchase their day tickets and for Ikon Passholders to reserve your day ahead of time. Season passholders are not required to make reservations.
  • Plan your day. With less people taking public transportation and limited parking, make sure to carpool with your party when you can and keep an eye on how full parking lots are. JHMR has an app that tells you when parking lots start to fill, how long lift lines are and other important information.
  • Pick your rentals. Look into using a service that brings your rentals to your hotel or condo instead of in-person fittings.
  • Plan your meals. Restaurants on mountain will have limited capacity, and reservations will be essential if you’re trying to dine indoors. Outdoor tents will be set up in the base area at Jackson Hole so people have more room to spread out, whether you brought your own lunch or ordered takeout from a Teton Village restaurant. Apres will be a little different this year and is encouraged at home.
Winter Skiing Air Jump