About Jackson Hole
Jackson Hole has a reputation for steep, challenging terrain and is often referred to as “The Big One”. With 2,500 acres of legendary inbounds terrain, a 1261m vertical rise, over 11m of average snowfall each winter, and unparalleled backcountry access - Jackson Hole offers a truly unique experience.
Whether you’re here to experience “The Big One’s” wild, untamed terrain, rolling, wide open groomers, or you’re just getting out on the snow for the first time, it’s bound to be an experience you’ll never forget.
Teton Village is located at the base of the slopes and offers on-mountain accommodation as well as a selection of bars and restaurants, we suggest giving the ‘Spicy’ at The Mangy Moose a try! For a more authentic cowboy experience take the free shuttle down to the town of Jackson and grab a drink at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar. This western saloon has saddles for seats, live music and western dancing to boot!
- Steep and deep terrain
- Western charm
|Season||November to April|
|Average Snowfall||11 m|
|Vertical Drop||4,139 ft|
|Ski Area||2,500 acres|
|Terrain||10% beginner, 40% intermediate, 50% advanced|
Teton Village is the most popular location due to the ski-in/ski-out convenience offered. For those on more of a budget and looking for a livelier atmosphere the town of Jackson Hole is a good alternative. Free daily shuttles run between the two locations making it easy to explore both areas no matter where you stay.