JH Rendezvous Starts Off With a POW!

Jackson Hole March Powder
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UPDATE: 3/15/16 2:48pm. We’ve reported another 10″ inches since yesterday afternoon, for a storm total of 29″!  More snow is on the way, and the storm isn’t expected to taper off until Friday.  Perfect timing for the kick off of our Jackson Hole Rendezvous.  Check out a few of the photos from today.

Riverton Bowl powder.

DJ getting buried near the top of Riverton Bowl.

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3/15/16 – Hadley Hammer crushing some powder.

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3/15/16 – Forrest Jillson laying deep.

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3/16/16 – Hadley launching the Hollywood Cliffs.

Friends don't let friends miss a powder day.

Friends don’t let friends miss a powder day.

Powder please.

Powder anyone?

Skiing Casper Bowl.

Casper Bowl was unreal.

16" of blower powder.

16″ of blower powder.


3/14/16

And just like that, it felt like December again. This morning started off with a POW and what appears to be the beginning of another powder party here at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. For those on hand, I think we would all agree, starting Monday morning off with a clean slate is imperative to a productive work (or vacation) week. We received 12” of classic cowboy powder in the last 24 hours with 8” falling overnight, completely refreshing the mountain and putting skiers/riders into a powder panic. Luckily, the snow did not stop and we recorded 6” more at the upper elevations throughout the morning and early afternoon, putting our 36 hour total at 18 inches!

A beautiful coat of fresh gave our mountain a great reset.

For those who might have missed these moments, fear not. We are still in the midst of a Winter Storm Warning according to NOAA, and predictions for the next few days look to be just as promising. Check out the predicted forecast below and consider our recommendations to you:

1. Hydrate and stretch
2. Dust off/wax up the big sticks and powder decks
3. Pray to almighty Ullr (if you are into that sort of thing)
4. Powder dreams
5. Get up and get out to Teton Village during the next 4 days because it is ON.

Freshies under the gondola.

3/14/16 – Kim crushes the 12″ under the tram.

Check out the photo dispatch from this morning below and see for yourself what the hype is about.

It was one snowy morning out there!

3/14/16 – That was one snowy morning!

Forrest goes deep in the trees.

3/14/16 – Forrest goes deep in the trees.

Free refills in the Mushroom Chutes.

3/14/16 – Free refills in the Mushroom Chutes.

In case you are not one for a powder party, don’t forget folks we are hosting our largest Jackson Hole Rendezvous Spring Festival this coming weekend. Needless to say, there is a lot to be excited about this weekend with performances from Yonder Mountain String Band, Sneaky Pete and the Secret Weapons, Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats, the Chris Robinson Brotherhood, the Zac Brown Band, Uncle Kracker and more! For more information about the JH Rendezvous lineup, click here.

Don’t forget, if you are looking to upgrade your Friday night experience on the Town Square with Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats, we still have a few VIP tickets available and the view will be worth it!

Lighting up Thunder.

3/14/16 – Lighting up Thunder.

Sending it off Sublette.

3/14/16 – Sending it off Sublette.

Kim and her husband Fielding tandem pow slashing off the Teton Lift.

3/14/16 – Kim and her husband Fielding tandem pow slashing off the Teton Lift.

Don’t want to miss out on the action this season in Jackson Hole, we’ve added a MEGA deal to our packages to get you here and in the fray! Looking to score big with up to 50% off lodging and lift, and receive a $200 air credit per person? You’re one step closer to those powder dreams by clicking here.

All smiles riding the Teton Lift!

3/14/16 – All smiles riding the Teton Lift!

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3/14/16 – Kim taking deep turns off of Washakie Glade.

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