44″ and Counting!

Morning in Grand Teton National Park.
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Winter is upon us in Jackson Hole.  We’ve just had our first series of storms that produced significant snowfall and are on track with average snow depth after a long Indian summer.  The snow that has been falling is dense, with a high water content, making it a wonderful base snowpack on the upper mountain.  Combine that with cold nights and snowmaking, and we are looking great for our 50th anniversary season opening.  To celebrate, we are having lots of exciting events and offers throughout the season including $6 lift tickets November 27 and the opening of the Teton Lift December 19.

Check out the photos below from today and this weekend in Jackson Hole.

Sublette lift looking ready for the season.

Sublette lift looking ready for the season.

Northern Lights on a cold night. Gros Ventre river.

Northern Lights on a cold night. Gros Ventre river.

Cody Peak. Rendezvous Bowl.

Cody Peak. Rendezvous Bowl.

The Grand Teton.

The Grand Teton.

 

Kick off the 2015-2016 season in style on Flashback Friday!  Join us Friday, November 27th ONLY, enjoy $6 lift access – the same price of a Jackson Hole lift ticket in 1965!  

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