On behalf of everyone at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, we wish to thank our visitors, passholders, locals and employees for your patience after an unprecedented weather event last week in the Tetons. After five days without power, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and Teton Village businesses have now re-opened for the season! The lifts starting spinning at 9am this morning as eager skiers and riders got out to enjoy the great mountain conditions.
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, currently with 434 inches of total snowfall for the season, snow depths of 135 inches on the upper mountain and 91 inches at mid-mountain, is experiencing one of the deepest winters in the resort’s history. It snowed every day the first twelve days of the month, making this the snowiest February to date. In that time Rendezvous Bowl received over 7.5 feet of snow, which has resulted in the second deepest snowpack Rendezvous Bowl has ever seen.
Check out some of the conditions we found this morning with our latest photos and make your plans to get to Jackson Hole this winter. Thinking about a spring trip? Don’t miss out on the 4th annual Jackson Hole Rendezvous Festival, March 16th-19th!