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461”
Season
22°
Summit
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JHMR is closed for the remainder of the winter season in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. All uphill traffic is prohibited for your safety.

Weather / Snow Report

Snow Report

Report updated March 15th 6:00 AM

 
UPPER MOUNTAIN
MID MOUNTAIN
Since Lifts Closed
Since 6am
24 Hrs
48 Hrs

Season Total
461”
358”
Snow Depth
119”
92”

Mountain Update

3/17/20-ATTENTION: Uphill Travel is NOT Allowed. Mountain Operations staff is working with snow cats and explosives as part of Ski Area Operations.

3/16/20- Effectively immediately, JHMR will close for the remainder of the winter season in response to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic. As of today, March 15, 2020, all JHMR mountain operations, including lifts, retail, rental, and restaurants will be closed. Our decision to close the resort follows a Health Order directed by the Wyoming State Health Officer and issued by the Teton District Health Officer.  JHMR has taken these measures out of concern for the health and safety of our guests, employees, and community. 

JHMR will work directly with guests and passholders as quickly as possible to provide recovery assistance regarding refunds or future credits.  For Jackson Hole Resort Lodging (JHRL) guests, JHRL will be updating its cancellation policies and will work with each guest to accommodate their needs. JHMR and JHRL anticipate large call volumes over the next few days, so thank you for your patience as our staff works diligently to support guests. JHMR will continue to work with guests in the upcoming weeks, so please rest assured if you cannot reach us right away. 

Please check this page for further information: https://www.jacksonhole.com/blog/covid-19-information/

For JHMR employees, JHMR will offer two additional weeks of scheduled pay to all impacted seasonal employees and will determine additional assistance for our employees through this hardship. 

“JHMR regrets the short notice of this closure and the impact it has had on all guests, employees, and community. This has been a quickly evolving situation, and JHMR has worked directly with health officials, local and state government to continuously monitor circumstances to inform decisions,” stated Mary Kate Buckley, JHMR President.  She went on to note, “we are working earnestly to assist our guests and staff impacted by JHMR’s closure.” 

 JHMR encourages all guests to visit https://www.jacksonhole.com/blog/covid-19-information/ for the most up-to-date information and details regarding guest refunds and future credits. JHMR will be updating its FAQ on a regular basis to assist with questions. 

It is with great spirit for the love of skiing and riding in the mountains that JHMR thanks you for a safe and memorable season.  JHMR looks forward to welcoming you back soon.

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Lifts & Terrain

Lifts Open:

0 of 13

Trails Open:

0 of 133

Groomers Open:

0

Terrain Parks:

CLOSED Bronco (beginner)
0/3 Stash Parks (intermediate)

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Note on Mountain Weather

This snow and weather report is for Teton Village, Wyoming and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Snowfall information is obtained from directly from the snow study plots maintained by the Bridger-Teton National Forest Avalanche Forecast Center. Weather information is obtained from NOAA and MountainWeather.com, but weather patterns in Jackson Hole are exceedingly difficult to predict - when venturing into the mountains, be prepared for rapid, dramatic weather changes.

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