3/25/20 – The Jackson Hole community has created a website with resources and up to date information for the quickly evolving COVID-19 situation. Please visit jhcovid.com for the latest news and information.
3/24/20 – Reminder – Uphill travel is prohibited. . As part of JHMR’s special use permit with Bridger Teton National Forest, when the ski area is closed for public operation, access is prohibited due to hazard and safety considerations, including all uphill traffic. Thank you for your understanding. More Info
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.
Please check this page for further 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.
3/15/20 @ 2pm – Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is closed for the remainder of the winter season in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. More information will be forthcoming later today. Stay tuned on this page for the most updated information.
3/15/20 @8:40am – JHMR will remain closed for today Sunday, March 15. We will keep you informed regarding further updates to our operations. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your understanding.
3/15/20 @ 7:30am: ALL operations at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort are on hold. Please check back here for all updates on the status of our operations before coming out to Teton Village. We thank you for your understanding and your patience during this every evolving time period.
March 13, 2020 @5pm: The spread of COVID-19 is a rapidly evolving situation. Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) is monitoring the situation closely and working with the Teton County Health Department by following the guidelines from the Center of Disease Control (CDC) to ensure the health and safety of all guests and staff. JHMR appreciates your patience and support as some changes to operations are implemented for the remainder of the season.
If you or a loved one is sick and might be at risk for infection, please stay at home or in your hotel room or traveler lodging and call the St. John’s Health Corona Hotline: 307-739-4898 or email email@example.com for assistance and best next steps. For up-to-date information visit the Teton County Health Department website.
Let’s all prevent the spread of germs. Here’s how:
In conjunction with Teton County and the Town of Jackson Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR), has canceled all large public events for the remainder of the season as a precautionary measure. Specifically, these cancelations include Jackson Hole Rendezvous Spring Festival March 26-28, 2020 and all Music Under the Tram series. Although it’s disappointing to cancel the annual free music we all love, this was the right decision to make.
This weekend, March 14-16, 2020 Jackson Hole Food & Wine’s Taste of Teton VIllage event for Winter Fest, JH Ski Club Town Downhill, and Music Under the Tram have all been canceled. Saturday’s Rossignol Ride Free will still take place, albeit on a smaller scale with demos and live music in RPK 3.
Operational Changes & Guest Service Information
JHMR is taking significant steps to help reduce the potential spread of COVID-19 by specifically focusing on social distancing measures impacting the Resort’s standard operations.
Here are a few actions JHMR is implementing immediately:
March 13, 2020 – Limited Numbers on Aerial Tram, Bridger and Sweetwater Gondolas
As of today, JHMR will be limiting the numbers on the Aerial Tram, Bridger Gondola and Sweetwater Gondola in order to preserve defensible space for employees and guests and reduce the potential spread of the COVID-19 virus. The health and safety of our guests and staff is the number one priority, and JHMR appreciates your patience and support during this situation.
March 12, 2020 – Rendezvous Festival Canceled
The health and well-being of our community, guests and staff is of the utmost importance to Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR). JHMR is taking a proactive approach regarding COVID-19. JHMR is monitoring the situation closely and working with the Teton County Health Department by following the guidelines from the Center of Disease Control (CDC).
Per the directive from Town and County officials to reduce the possible spread of COVID-19 through large-scale public gatherings, JHMR will be canceling the Rendezvous Spring Festival for March 26-28, 2020. All spring music events are canceled for the remainder of the season.
The mountain is open through April 12, 2020 as planned with a heightened focus on safety and hygiene for our employees and guests. There is currently one confirmed case of COVID-19 in Sheridan County, Wyoming, and the entire Jackson Hole community is working together to take proactive measures to reduce the potential spread of the virus.
JHMR will continue to monitor the situation daily, and provide updates when necessary to this web page. For more information on COVID-19 in Teton County, click here.