Fall has officially arrived in Jackson Hole but excluding a rogue snowstorm in July, we just had our first real dusting of snow in the high country! Temperatures have dropped below freezing at the summit of Rendezvous Mountain and Big Red is getting its first true taste of winter. While the rest of the valley felt rain and cool temperatures this morning, the Tram summit was subject to five inches of fresh Teton powder.
We don’t know about you, but we are ready for winter! Now is your time to book for the best savings to experience Jackson Hole’s 51st operating winter season. Join us before Christmas this year, and you’ll be skiing free on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day with our NEW Ski Free Christmas promotion. Combine that with the $300 air credit offer (per person) and you might looking at two or more trips to Jackson Hole this winter!
Aspen and cottonwood trees have begun their annual change, lighting up the valley with glowing yellow, orange and crimson. In addition, the whole area is active with wildlife making their preparations for winter – moose and elk in the “rut” and on the move and countless birds making a pit stop on their way south.
Fall in Jackson Hole is an incredible time of year with cool, comfortable nights, mostly warm days and fresh mountain air.
We took the tram to the summit and…well, it was a different story. While fall is a special time in Jackson, it can often be short lived and mother nature can make other plans in a hurry. Locals are talking about snow predictions and starting to think about new gear in anticipation of the upcoming winter. Now is the time to get on board, don’t miss out on great deals going on now!