Jackson Hole Mountain Resort offers visitors one of the best ski and snowboard experiences in the world. Known for our steep terrain, consistent fall line, deep light powder and endless backcountry, Jackson Hole also allows beginners and intermediates to excel at their own pace on a variety of groomed runs and open bowls.
Beginner and intermediate trails make up 50% of our terrain, meaning that our non-advanced/expert terrain acreage (1250 acres) is larger than many ski resorts’ total terrain. Yes, we’re known for the Aerial Tram and expert terrain, but they’re only half the story, with the Bridger Gondola and Apres Vous Quad accessing the mellow side of the mountain.
Skiing & Snowboarding, Nordic Skiing or Cross Country Skiing, Snowmobiling, Sleigh Rides, Dogsledding, Snowshoeing, Heli-Skiing in the Backcountry, Snowcat Skiing, Other Ski Resorts in the Jackson Hole Area, Sightseeing in and around Jackson Hole, Rock Springs Yurt, Snow Kite Boarding.
Along with a huge range of outdoor activities, the Town of Jackson and Teton Village are also home to great shopping and dining, among other things. If you're looking to recharge your batteries after a long day on the slopes (or you'd rather spend a day relaxing than out in the cold), there are a wide variety of massage & spa options awaiting your indulgence.
A wide range of options bring Jackson Hole closer to you than ever before, whether it's a direct flight into the Jackson Hole Airport, the incredible scenic drive by car, or the bus from Salt Lake or Idaho Falls.
When you book your lodging, check to see if they offer free pick up from the airport. If not, there are taxis that will drive you into town. If you are staying in Teton Village, you will inevitably travel to town to do some shopping, and if you are staying in town you will need to get to and from the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Jackson Hole has a public transportation system called the START Bus (Southern Teton Area Rapid Transit) that is a cheap and efficient way of traveling around the valley.