Mountain Resort Updates


Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

Lift Tickets 2020-2021

Lift ticket products are now being offered online, and availability will be based on capacity limits. A maximum daily capacity for guests at JH Mountain Resort has been set and they will limit the number of tickets available for purchase each day to enable sufficient physical distancing in their base area, buildings and facilities to keep guests safe.

We strongly recommend that your make your reservations as soon as possible to ensure you are able to ski during your stay in Jackson Hole.

Please click on the following link to make your reservations and for the most up to date information regarding lift tickets at JH Mountain Resort.

Health & Safety

At Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, the health and human safety of our employees, guests, and community is paramount. Now more than ever, it is critical that we all take steps to protect ourselves and others in order to stop the spread of COVID-19.

We are welcoming our guests back this winter with new protocols and procedures across our operations to ensure guests can safely recreate and enjoy the outdoors. The procedures we have developed are provided with the guidance and knowledge from the CDC, State of Wyoming, Teton County Public Health and Jackson’s St John’s Health.

We are committed to following all state and local health orders, and will be continuously adjusting operations and safety protocols to protect staff and guests. Please click the following link for up to date information on winter operations at the mountain resort.


Snow King Mountain

Winter 2020-2021 Information

Winter 2020-2021 will look a bit different at Snow King Mountain with COVID precautions in place.  Following a successful summer season managing the spread of COVID, we are ready for winter.  The lack of lines, few people on chairlifts, and on the mountain in general, make Snow King a great place for outdoor social distancing this coming winter.  We are prepared for another great season.  To prevent the spread of COVID we will be requiring the standard best practices for use of masks while indoors, standing in line, and within 6 feet of other people on the hill.  The best solution for the cold days on the King is to wear a Buff to keep your face warm and our community safe!  Avoid the crowds and Ski the King this Winter.  Please help us out by noting the following protocols we will have in place on the mountain this winter.

  • To reduce contact, all visitors are encouraged to buy tickets in advance online via the Buy Tickets link above and sign their liability waiver before they arrive. Book with confidence with our 24-hour FREE cancellation policy.
  • All staff working directly with the public within 10 feet or without a plexiglass or plastic barriers will wear a mask.
  • Guests are required to wear a mask in cases where social distancing is not possible including on charlifts, while standing in line, at the rental shop, inside ski school spaces, on the magic carpet, and all other indoor spaces.  Please bring your own buff or mask.  Snow King Buffs and Masks will be available for purchase at Snow King Mountain Sports.
  • Throughout our facility, social distancing measures are encouraged via signage, please respect these rules.
  • Handwashing sinks and/or hand sanitizer will be available at all indoor locations and points of sale.
  • Limited indoor seating and warming space is available on the mountain.  Please dress appropriately for the cold weather and plan for limited time indoors.
  • Frequent sanitization of all high-touch man-made surfaces will occur as much as possible throughout the day.
  • Our safety protocols are informed by local, state and federal health and safety agencies, and industry/workplace associations.

Please click the following link for up to date information on winter operations at the mountain resort.


Grand Targhee Resort

Winter Operations 2020/21

This coming winter is going to be much different than the ones in the past. We have put precautions and plans in place to operate November 20, 2020 – April 11, 2021, opening day conditions permitting. It is going to take the cooperation of all guests and employees to keep this a safe and healthy winter. The COVID environment is ever-changing and could disrupt operations and our plan at any moment. We may have to make quick operational changes to comply with local, state, and government authorities.

We are asking you to support and respect the decisions we have made so we can continue to operate. It is going to take all of us working together to enjoy every possible powder day we can. We are asking that you minimize your time in our buildings and maximize the time outdoors. Please use your cars as a basecamp while gearing up for the morning. We will have additional outside seating and heaters, but access to buildings will be limited due to capacity restrictions. Our mandatory face coverings will continue throughout winter; face coverings will be required inside all buildings, while waiting to load the lifts, riding the lifts, and when a six-foot distancing cannot be maintained.

Our employees undergo daily health screens and additional training on COVID safety. We are continuing with increased frequency of cleaning in high trafficked areas and high touch surfaces. We are using CDC approved disinfecting solutions to clean throughout the resort and our vacation rentals, and we are using electro static sprayers in our public areas and UV light wands in our guest rooms and vacation rentals.

We are encouraging advanced purchases of day lift tickets, gear rentals, and ski and snowboard lessons. We will be shipping out all season passes this winter. Please make sure to read the information closely and help us expedite service.

Here’s to a safe and healthy winter. We can’t wait to see you on the mountain and share the love of powder! Please click the following link for up to date information on winter operations at the mountain resort.