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Summer Mountain Report

Wednesday June 19 9:30 -  Partly cloudy skies add drama to the already outrageous views from the Aerial Tram.  Highs will reach 70.  Come out early and rise to 10,450 feet.  Disc Golf Doubles meets this evening at 6 p.m. at hole 2 basket.  The Bike Park and Grand Adventure Park are scheduled to open at 10 a.m.  Summer projects require blasting all week.  Be sure to avoid closed area signs for your safety.  The Deck and Piste Mountain Bistro open June 23 for great happy hour and dining.  The Deck and Piste will be closed Mondays this season.

Hiking report:  There is currently snow above 8,000 feet. The newly re-routed Wildflower Trail is clear to the base of Casper Lift.  There is no route to the summit as snow proliferates everywhere above this elevation, and blasting is taking place in Amphitheatre bowl.  There is no snow-free hiking off the top of the Aerial Tram.  The Hoback Trail is accessible from Union Pass Road, but is closed once you hit Gros Ventre ski run.  Please obey all closed area signs for your safety.  Keep an eye out for wildlife as there have been recent bear sightings.

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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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