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10 /12LIFTS OPEN
TRAM OPEN
Since 9:00 AM
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Gondi Summit
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Groomed Trails
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Cody Bowl
Cody Bowl
Top of Thunder Chair
Top of Thunder Chair
Thunder Chair, Tower 2
Thunder Chair, Tower 2
Gondola Summit
Gondola Summit
Base of the Gondola
Base of the Gondola
Base of Teewinot Chair
Base of Teewinot Chair
Tram Station Cam
Tram Station Cam
Mountain View
Mountain View
Apres Vous
Apres Vous
3”

Corbet's Couloir

While Jackson Hole is known for offering terrain for skiers/snowboarders of all ability levels, no discussion of the terrain at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is complete without talking about the legendary Corbet's Couloir. The tram cruises right by Corbet's on its way to the top, offering skiers/riders a glimpse of the famed run.

No ski resort in North America has a chute so legendary as Corbet's Couloir in Wyoming—a crucible where skiers go to prove their mettle (or more often, to retreat in fear). The run is named for Barry Corbet, a mountaineer who in 1960 spotted a narrow crease of snow shaped like an upside-down funnel, high up on the mountain now known as Jackson Hole. Said he: "Someday someone will ski that." By Christopher Steiner
Dropping into Corbet's Couloir and making it look good!
Dropping into Corbet's Couloir and making it look good!

Corbet's Couloir is one of the most visible lines at Jackson Hole, with the tram passing by every 10 minutes and plenty of spectators gathered to watch skiers/riders drop in. While Corbet's is intimidating from the top, the view from below shows the great snow that usually awaits skiers once they have tackled the plunge into the Couloir.

Not sure where Corbet's is located? Take a look at the Trail Map.