Teton Village, Wyo., 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 12 cities. Fly direct from Dallas on American; from Denver, Houston, San Francisco, Chicago, Newark and Los Angeles on United; or from Salt Lake City, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Atlanta and New York (JFK) on Delta. Frontier serves Jackson Hole with direct flights from Denver as well. Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is a five-hours drive northeast of Salt Lake City, Utah, and eight-hour drive from Denver, Colo. More about getting here »
Dates and hours of operation
November 25, 2017 through April 8, 2018
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. daily
Weather & business conditions permitting.
·Terrain: 2,500 acres of in-bounds terrain on two mountains, Après Vous and Rendezvous
· 2,500 acres of in-bounds terrain
·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: 133 named trails on the map
· Difficulty: 50% expert, 40% intermediate and 10% beginner
· One 100-passenger Aerial Tram
· Two eight-person, high-speed gondolas
· Four detachable quad chairlifts
· Four fixed-grip quad chairlifts
· Two double chairlifts
· One fixed-grip triple chairlift· One magic carpet
Aerial Tram (click for more on the Aerial Tram!)
Rise 4,139 vertical feet in 9 minutes!
Nickname: Big Red, The Red Heli
Birth date: December 19, 2008
Construction Dates: April 2007–December 2008
Snow and Snow Making
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort averages 459 inches of snow per year over the past 5 years in season. We currently have 195 acres of snowmaking coverage.
The average winter temperature is 21 degrees Fahrenheit in the valley. Temperature inversions caused by warm air rising and cold air settling on the valley floor raise slope temperatures by 20–40 degrees.
Snowboarding is allowed on 100% of our mountain.
Terrain Parks/Burton Stash Parks
There are two terrain parks (one expert, one beginner) for both skiers and snowboarders. Jackson Hole is home to the only Burton Stash parks in the Rockies. These four Burton Stash Parks are located all over the mountain.
Lift Ticket Information
1-888-DEEP-SNO, 307-733-2291 or Click Here
Mountain Sports School
The Mountain Sports Schools offers ski and snowboard lessons, individual and class instruction, video evaluations, race clinics, guide service and Wild West Camp series for skiers and snowboarders. It's located in the Bridger Center.
Ski School Sales: 1-800-450-0477
Located in the Cody House next to the Bridger Gondola, the Kids Ranch offers age-specific activities for children from 6 months to 17 years old. Kids can experience Fort Wyoming and our Wild West Woods, an educational ski and snowboard program.
Home to Jackson Hole Sports™ (rentals, demo center, apparel), Hole in the Wall™ Snowboard Shop (rentals, demo center, apparel), Cafe 6,311™ and Mountain Sports School Sales.
Complimentary Mountain Tours | No Reservations Needed
Mountain Host tours take place daily at 9:30 a.m. in front of Walk Festival Hall — Mountain Tour (intermediates).
Guest Service Center
The Guest Service Center is located next to the ticket windows in the Clock Tower Building.
Mountain Hosts offer information on mountain conditions, lost and found and skier services. They are stationed at the tops of most chairlifts for direct questions. Hours: 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
The Après Vous race course is located on Werner off the Après Vous chairlift.
Mountain Base Dining
Nick Wilson's Cowboy Café
At Nick's, located in the historic Clock Tower Building, you'll find casual breakfast and lunch menu options as well as après ski specials served on an outdoor deck.
Tin Can Cantina
The Tin Can Cantina is located at the base of the gondola and serves made-to-order breakfast burritos. For lunch, it offers authentic tacos and burritos with your choice of carne asada, seared mahi mahi or chili verde. The Cantina is open for breakfast 8–10 a.m. and for lunch 11–2 p.m. (not open during winter season).
Located on the ground floor of the Bridger Center, at Café 6311 you can enjoy toasted bagels, breakfast burritos, designer wrap sandwiches, hearty soup, espressos and coffees as well as domestic and imported microbrews.
Piste Mountain Bistro
A groomed-yet-lively dining experience at the top of the Bridger Gondola awaits. Piste Mountain Bistro will please everybody from the gourmet hound to the secret fast-food junkie. Be warned: You will want to return to for lunch and dinner. The entryway, complete with cozy fire, opens into a friendly bar scene and the best views of the mountain and valley with floor-to-ceiling windows. The finest servers who really understand what it means to dine in such a special place serve lunch daily and dinner Thursday through Saturday, with expanded nights during holidays. First seating is at 6 p.m.
This restaurant features individual serving stations that offer fresh soups and salads, a variety of Asian delights, hand-carved roasts and gourmet grill meals. The Bridger Restaurant has a large, open floor plan with indoor seating for 150 people, floor-to-ceiling picture windows and an attached south-facing deck, with permanent BBQ station and full-service bar.
Whether you need a delicious snack to pack in your backpack or prefer to take in mountain views over a hot slice of Sicilian pizza, Off-Piste has a convenient option for you. The market offers a full espresso bar, gourmet food, beer, wine and small essentials such as sunscreen, batteries and even phone-charging stations. Off-Piste Market is located in the Rendezvous Lodge at the top of the Bridger Gondola.
Located at the top of Rendezvous Mountain, Corbet's Cabin has grab-n-go items, world-famous waffles and unlimited views.