Author Archives: Patrick

19 Feet and Counting in Jackson Hole

The latest storm has brought over a foot of new snow to Jackson Hole, bringing the season total above 19 feet on the season. This storm wasn’t just relegated to the upper mountain- we enjoyed a great coating of powder from top to bottom. The whole mountain is skiing incredibly well and snow is still […]

Celebrating New Years in Jackson Hole

Over 9″ of fresh snow have fallen over the past two days in Jackson Hole, bringing us to over 13 feet on the season.  Since the Jackson Hole valley lives and breathes snow, we couldn’t be happier about our New Years gift.  Between the Torchlight Parade, Fireworks and deep powder skiing, Jackson Hole is starting […]

New Years + Holiday Lights | Jackson Hole and Teton Village

We’ve been reveling in the fun of a White Christmas in Jackson Hole, and the combination of holiday lights and fresh snow falling out the window has us geared up for a great 2014. We will be celebrating tonight with a Torchlight Parade and Fireworks starting around 6PM. More Details.

Teton Village Block Party | Thursday Evening

Get in the Holiday spirit this Thursday evening (December 12th) with the Teton Village Block Party. The Block Party fun includes 20% off at participating Teton Village businesses, the annual TVS Martini Party from 4-7pm and free Manhattan’s at Wool & Whiskey. Details: 20% Off from 5-8 PM at MADE, Rodeo, Wool & Whiskey, Teton […]

Opening Day Photos from Jackson Hole

We’ve been having a blast getting back on snow today, with a lot of fun skiing to be found off of Teewinot, Apres Vous, Marmot and Casper. With Free Ski Day (including live music, food/drink deals, raffle and more) tomorrow and fun events like the Peep Show on Saturday, things are just kicking off in […]

Behind the Scenes | Jackson Hole Snowmaking

Mother Nature has been kind to the upper elevations of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort so far, gracing us with 87″ already this season. Our snowmaking team has been hard at work as well, loading up the lower elevations and picking up where Mother Nature has left off. Working around the clock in sub-freezing temperatures is […]