Updated at 2:33pm January 11, 2017
Check out some more DEEPness we found today on the hill below.
SOUND THE ALARMS! The snow floodgates have opened here in the Tetons after a brief hiatus and what’s happening now is nothing short of glorious. We patiently waited our turn here at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort while California, Utah, and Colorado all reaped the bounty of the storm so big, people dubbed it ‘Stormageddon.’ And this week, it’s our turn!
‘Stormageddon’ arrived late Saturday evening and dropped the first of many fresh coats of whites to the tune of 4″ overnight for Sunday morning. As we rode Sunday, you could sense it wasn’t stopping anytime soon and our Monday morning gift was another 14″ in Rendezvous Bowl. Monday was a gift that kept giving as 7″ more fell accompanied by strong winds buffing the mountain clean with free refills for everyone. This morning, Tuesday, skiers and riders feasted on another DEEP day as we recorded an additional 8″ in the last 24 hours. Take an inside look below.
DISCLAIMER: It’s still snowing and reports are indicating we could see more than another foot by Wednesday morning. We’re in a Winter Storm Warning from NOAA for the next 48 hours. As Hunter S. Thompson once said, “Buy the ticket, take the ride.”
If you haven’t been able to get in on the party, might we suggest joining us here in Jackson Hole? It’ll be worth your while as we currently have our Golden Ticket Promotion going on which gives skiers/riders with a season pass to any resort in the world a discount of 40% on daily lift tickets at JHMR. Secure your Golden Ticket to ‘pow-town’ by visiting us before the end of the month!