December Gets Deeper

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The snow continues to fall in Jackson Hole, with 16″ in the last 48 hours and snow still falling as we speak. The forecast calls for a brief clear tomorrow before a significant storm develops on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. With this storm in the forecast and 149″ already for this season, Jackson Hole is a sure bet for a White Christmas.

This morning was a memorable one in Jackson Hole. Jackson Hole athlete Cam Fitzpatrick finds himself in the white room:
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The bulk of this recent storm came in with a lot of density. This had the effect of smoothing out the mountain and providing some very “surfy” turns. The storm finished cold and the result was a few inches of cold powder snow on top of a smooth base. Here, AJ Puccia enjoys the transformation in Bird in Hand:
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More powder enjoyment from Cam Fitzpatrick:

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You can stay up to date with the current snow conditions on our Weather/Snow Report page. The snow graph (12/22 report pictured) provides a great comparison of what’s going on in the Western United States.

If you’re looking to take advantage of the deep snowpack, there are a couple of great deals running that will help you get to Jackson Hole. If you’re traveling with the family, there’s no better deal than the Kids Ski Free package being offered by Jackson Hole Resort Lodging. Choose any JHRL condominium or home rental for 4 nights* or more and for each paying adult, kids 14 and under ski free! This package also includes 10% off lodging. Check out more details and book via Jackson Hole Resort Lodging.

Flying to Jackson Hole has never been easier with non-stop flights from 13 major U.S. cities. If you’d like to save some money on the flight, we are offering $200 and $300 flight credits when you book a package the includes airfare, lodging and activities. You can find more details here.

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