Winter Wonderland in Jackson Hole

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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 and very cold temperatures in between.  Those cold temperatures are the perfect opportunity for our snowmaking team to take advantage of an increase in snowmaking capacity.

This morning we were greeted by a switch to winter:
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The fresh snow had all of us buzzing with anticipation, and we had to get up to the top of the mountain to see what it looked like.
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We hitched a ride on the tram this morning to check out the Winter Wonderland.
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Windy conditions have created some nice snowdrifts at the higher elevations:
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Corbet’s Cabin, looking just how we like it:
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Cold temperatures are forecasted throughout the week. Our snowmakers will be putting in some serious work!
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The view above Riverton Bowl, with the Thunder chair in view on the lookers right:
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This is how we like our trees to look in November.
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11″ up top and 5″ plus at the base- bring it on, winter!
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We’d love for you to join us in Jackson Hole this winter. Our Ski Free Stay Free package (one free day of skiing and one free night of lodging!) is one of the many great deals we have setup to get you here this winter. We even have $200 and $300 flight credits available on select packages. Learn More.

If you’re as excited about the snow as we are, take a look at our webcams.

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