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Ski Jackson Hole Mountain Resort This Winter

What happens when you combine record-breaking snowfall with epic terrain? An incredible start to the 2022-2023 ski season at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort!

Current Snow Report as of December 20, 2022:

Dec 2022 JHMR Snow Totals

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While a Jackson Hole ski vacation will always be top-of-mind with expert skiers due to advanced and extreme terrain and easily accessed backcountry, Jackson brings a lot more to the plate than just being a place for adrenaline junkies to jump off cliffs.

Rolling groomers, adventurous kids Stash Parks, and uncrowded long runs are all here too. The last few years they have prioritized improving the intermediate ski and snowboard experience to give guests a variety of terrain to experience.

A few of the newest updates include more “blue” terrain in the Casper and Teton lift area, updated old lifts to high speed quads – i.e. the brand new Thunder Lift that just opened in the 2022-2023 ski season. Another newer lift, the Teton Lift, offers extensive groomer skiing in what used to be off-piste and often riddled with moguls on the north side of the mountain near Aprés Vous.

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.

Mountain Stats:

  • 2500 acres of in-bound terrain
  • 4139 foot vertical rise (most continuous vertical drop in the lower 48)
  • 133 (named) runs
  • 50% expert, 40% intermediate and 10% beginner
  • 12 lifts, including 2 gondolas and 1, 100 passenger aerial tram
  • Peak elevation 10,450’
  • Base elevation 6,311’

Planning a trip from out of town? Jackson Hole Airport has several daily flights from major cities throughout the winter season.

View Winter Airline Schedule