Teton Village, WY, is 12 miles northwest of the town of Jackson on Highway 390 via Highway 22. Teton Village is just a 36-minute drive from Jackson Airport with non-stop service from 13 cities. Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is a five-hour drive northeast of Salt Lake City, UT and eight-hour drive from Denver, CO. More about getting here »

Dates and hours of operation

November 24, 2023 - April 14, 2024

9am - 4pm

Weather & business conditions permitting.

All Winter Hours

Mountain Characteristics

· Terrain: 2,500 acres of in-bounds terrain on two mountains, Après Vous and Rendezvous

· Vertical drop: 4,139 feet

· Base elevation: 6,311 feet/1924 meters

· Summit elevation: 10,450 feet/3185 meters

· Uphill capacity: 17,833 skiers per hour

· Backcountry terrain: open backcountry gate system accesses more than 3000+ acres


· Quantity: 131 named trails on the map

· Difficulty: 50% expert, 40% intermediate and 10% beginner


· One 100-passenger Aerial Tram

· Two eight-passenger gondolas

· Five high-speed quad chairs

· Four fixed-grip quad chairlifts

· One double chairlift

· Two covered-surface carpet lifts

· One handle tow machine

The Aerial Tram

In just 9 minutes, the Aerial Tram glides skyward 4,139 vertical feet. The summit offers staggering 360-degree views of the Tetons, Jackson Hole valley, and surrounding mountain ranges.

  • Ride time: 9 minutes
  • Length: 4,139 vertical feet
  • Cable Length: 4.85 miles
  • Capacity: 100 people
  • Nickname: Big Red
  • Birthdate: December 19, 2008
  • Construction Dates: April 2007 - December 2008
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Jackson Hole Mountain Resort averages 458" of snow each year. Additionally, we have 210 acres of snowmaking coverage.

The average winter temperature is 21 degrees Fahrenheit in the valley. Temperature inversions are common, which raise slope temperatures by 20-40 degrees as warm air rises and cold air settles on the valley floor.

Weather & Snow Report

100% Wind Power

With an enduring commitment to the surrounding landscape, wildlife and authentic community character, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort strives to live by its values by reducing environmental impact and in doing so, runs its buildings, lifts and snowmaking on wind energy.


Burton Stash Parks

While Jackson Hole is known as being a natural playground of terrain, the natural features are complemented by two terrain parks and four Burton Stash parks. Regardless of your style (or level) of riding or skiing, there is a park for you.

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History of Jackson Hole

Take a trip down memory lane and learn about the history of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and the surrounding area.



Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is situated in Bridger-Teton National Forest, which is home to 6 species of amphibians, 6 species of reptiles, 74 species of mammals, 355 species of birds, and 25 species of fish. Read the blog post linked below to learn astonishing facts about the wildlife we're lucky to share our home with. 

Blog: Wyoming's Wild Side