Snow in September? In Jackson Hole? Yes, and yes. It’s not uncommon, and right now, it’s dumping snow at the top of the Aerial Tram! Early this morning, thick clouds only gave a partial glimpse of the white mountain tops. Then, as the first tram of the day descended from the clouds, it was clear that winter has […]
Snow is back! A fast moving storm started rolling in last night and has dropped 11″ (and counting) so far on the upper mountain with 5″ at the base. This storm precedes a favorable change in the weather for Jackson Hole, with more snow expected today and tonight, chance of snow later in the week […]
The tram opened up along with Sublette today, giving Jackson Hole 4,139 vertical feet of top to bottom skiing. The snow got even better throughout the day, as steady snowfall accompanied cold temperatures. We got out to “sample the conditions” aka ski some powder, and found plenty of goodies. Big Red is flying again!
With snow totals over 55″ on the season, winter has been ramping up like crazy around Jackson Hole. We went up the tram for a look and were expecting it to look like winter, but the huge drifts were way beyond our expectations. The winter stoke is high right now, to say the least! Take […]
It’s not even Halloween yet and Jackson Hole is already looking like winter. We were greeted with another coating of white this morning with over 4″ falling at the Rendezvous Bowl plot, on top of the 10″ reported yesterday. Check out the photos from yesterday morning as we enjoyed the new snow and the Jackson […]
What is a tram splice? If you’ve been around Teton Village this week and seen this covered walkway on the tram cables, no, this isn’t some cool new summer activity. The tram cables were shortened by roughly 5 meters as routine use stretches out the cables, and this shortening process keeps the cables tight. This […]