Ski. Party. Sleep. Repeat.
Tired of the typical spring break on the beach?
Your less-adventurous classmates' spring break:
- Stumbling around a dirty, crowded beach
- Getting a nice even sunburn
- Passing out from heat exhaustion at 2pm
- Dropping $$$ to get into a crowded nightclub that's honestly less fun than your bar back on campus
Your spring break:
- Ripping through pow
- Enjoying pop-up parties and après seshes with beautiful mountain views
- Meeting fascinating people that share your love of skiing/snowboarding
- Ending your day with FREE live music
If that's not enough to convince you that a trip to Jackson Hole will be your best spring break ever, keep reading.
Shed some layers and bask in the sun as you fly down the mountain with some of the best snow conditions of the year. Spring powder days are common in the Tetons. In fact, the final 30 days of our ski season (March 11 - April 9) have seen an average of 65" of fresh snowfall (our record year saw 160"). And even if your trip doesn't align with a pow day, ripping through corn snow on a bluebird day is hard to beat. With average daily high temperatures in the 30s and 40s, expect the sun to soften the snow up and provide plush landings that will give you the confidence to send it extra hard.
Even with prime ski conditions, you can expect much shorter lift lines than you're used to. To improve guests’ experiences on the mountain and throughout the resort, we're continuing to limit the sale of daily tickets, so you can spend more time skiing epic lines instead of waiting in them. Book early to secure your spot on the mountain and save up to 10% on lift tickets. Better yet, if you're a season passholder of ANY ski resort in the world, you can save 50% on lift tickets with the Golden Ticket.
Think you'll miss out on the spring break party scene if you aren't on a beach? Think again! After all, partying tends to be a key component of the "ski bum" lifestyle.
There's no shortage of liquid courage out on the mountain — Corbet's Cabin serves up a variety of spiked coffee, hot chocolate and hot cider to pair with their world-famous gourmet waffles at 10,450'. An array of beer, wine, and specialty drinks can be found in Rendezvous Lodge at the top of the Bridger Gondola. Keep the party going mid-mountain with a full bar and 3/$5 jello shots at Casper Restaurant. At the base, enjoy a sloshie at Café 6311, split a 6 pack from the General Store or stop into RPK3 during happy hour from 3-6pm to treat yourself to a signature cocktail, toss back your favorite cold one or try something new — we collaborated with Jackson Hole-based Roadhouse Brewery to release a new refreshing blonde ale called "The Lifty." Have fun out there, but please, check yourself — drink responsibly, hydrate and ski in control, so everyone stays safe on the mountain.
While RPK3 is always a great place to après, it especially comes alive every Saturday in March with Road to Rendezvous, a FREE concert series in an unforgettable, sunny location, slopeside under the Aerial Tram. Check out the talented musicians gracing our stage this year:
March 4 - Rahzel & Roots Disciples
March 11 - 40 Oz To Freedom
March 18 - Andrew Bees
March 25 - Polyrhythmics
Road to Rendezvous leads up to Rendezvous Spring Festival, a FREE two-day music festival on March 31 - April 1, 2023, providing the most iconic backdrops imaginable for legendary music acts: historic downtown Jackson Town Square and the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Checkout the lineup:
Friday, March 31
Preservation Hall Jazz Band
Saturday, April 1
Looking for even more music? The Mangy Moose in Teton Village has been "gettin' loose since 1967," with an impressive schedule of touring music artists, in addition to free live music every day from 3pm - 6pm. In the Town of Jackson, One Ton Pig gets the crowd swing dancing for Bluegrass Night at the Silver Dollar Bar & Grill every Tuesday from 7:30pm to 11pm. The famous Million Dollar Cowboy Bar also has live music every night starting at 8:30pm.
Want the inside scoop? Download our JH Insider app to be the first to hear about on-mountain pop-up parties and competitions to win great prizes. The app is also a great way to see where your friends are on the mountain so you don't get separated, view your daily stats and see real-time lift status, webcams, snow reports and more.
A good night's rest is important after a long day of skiing and partying. And with our lodging deals, you can sleep well, knowing it won't break the bank. Whether you stay in Teton Village for a non-existent commute to the resort, or in the Town of Jackson to be in the heart of Jackson's dining and nightlife scene, there's an option for you that will provide the rest and relaxation needed to re-energize you for the next day.
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This winter season, nothing has been more unpredictable than flights. If you're trying to avoid air travel these days, I don't blame you, maybe it's time to slow life down and enjoy the journey. Luckily, a road trip to Jackson Hole could not be easier or more scenic.