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Known for its steeps and chutes, including the infamous Corbet’s Couloir, Jackson Hole rightly attracts hard core skiers and snowboarders, but enhancements to the ski area and development at the base are gradually making it a resort that appeals to a broader range of snowsports enthusiasts. Including the brand new for the 2016/17 season Sweetwater Gondola. This new lift will improve access to the nursery slopes and Casper area improving the access for novice skiers.
Even if the jump into the 50 degree slope of Corbet’s Couloir might not be on your agenda, other, more accessible expert and advanced terrain is plentiful, making up around half of the 2,500 acres of slopes. There are 3,000 acres of gated back-country too, best explored with a guide. To go with this the resort typically enjoys over 11m of snowfall a season, so the resort has lots of ‘steep and deep’ terrain on offer. Add in glades and some challenging moguls and you have something for every taste of adventurer.
The resort’s world famous Tram (cable car) takes you to the top of Rendezvous Mountain, where there are breathtaking views and routes into a series of bowls and down the full 1,261m vertical. The Bridger Gondola accesses a variety of slopes including some winding blues. The beginners’ terrain is close to the village and there are some runs on the Apresvous Mountain which will appeal to progressive novices. The Stash is the resort’s terrain park that takes advantage of the natural environment. All in all Jackson Hole is a great destination for your ski holiday.
Teton Village, at the foot of the Jackson Hole slopes is twenty minutes from the town of Jackson; both offer a variety of accommodation and entertainments off the slopes. There is something for everyone – Wild West meets retail excess - Jackson mixes art galleries with cowboy bars with great aplomb.
There is a wide choice of dining in town – from steaks washed down with beer to fine dining and wines. There are saloons aplenty including après favourite the Mangy Moose and the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar. For those staying at Teton Village there are several options too.
There is tubing at Snow King. Snow-shoeing, dog-sledding and ice-skating are all on offer locally too. You can take to the skies by para-glider in Jackson too. Cat and Heli-skiing along with snowmobiling are also available.
The nearby National Elk Refuge offers sleigh rides through the winter range of the 3,000 plus herd.
You can add to your experience with an overnight in a yurt – including dinner, breakfast and guiding. Alternatively lunch and après-ski yurt trips are available.
We can organise lift passes, rentals and ski school for your ski holiday to Jackson Hole. You will save at least 5% over purchasing these in resort if prebooked through us.
Jackson Hole Ski Resort Ski Facts
|Transfer / Driving Times
Jackson Hole Airport (30 mins)
6,311 feet / 1,924 metres
There is a superpipe with a rope tow, and two terrain parks (one expert, one beginner) for both skiers and riders.
10,450 feet / 3,185 metres
|Avg annual snowfall
459 inches / 1,166 cm
4,139 feet / 1,262 metres
|Lift capacity (pax/hour)
17,833 skiers per hour
|Number of runs
Nov 25 to Apr 8
|Number of lifts
12 including 1 100 passenger aerial tram, 2 gondolas, 8 quads
2,500 acres - 50% advanced, 40% intermediate & 10% beginners
Take a run down the East Ridge to look over the edge of Corbet’s Couloir, to see what you are missing.
A visit to Yellowstone National Park is a great optional extra – just 100km from resort.
For live music and a good drink head to the Mangy Moose bar at the base - you wont be disappointed!
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61a High Street, Orpington, Kent BR6 0JF
|Telephone:||020 8776 8709|
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