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Winter FAQs

Winter 2020/21 FAQs

Our priority is to create an environment that protects the health and safety of our guests and employees with the baseline requirements to wear face coverings and maintain physical distancing. We are adopting the best practices and direction from the National Ski Areas Association, the CDC, Wyoming Department of Health, Teton County Health Department and St. John's Health.

Please take a look below for answers to your questions. We will be adding more detailed operational information throughout the fall regarding our lifts, facilities, restaurants and Mountain Sports School.
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Teton Village Covid

NEW! Transportation 2020-21

Parking: This year, as in years past, parking in Teton Village will have a fee associated, unless carpooling with three or more in the Ranch Lot, lodging as a Village hotel guest, or using short-term and ADA parking. For parking pricing and information, click here. For up-to-date information on parking this winter, download the JH Insider app or view the real-time parking widget above. 

Free Stilson Shuttle: This year, as in years past, we are working with the Teton Village Association (TVA) to provide free shuttle bus service for employees and guests from the Stilson Lot. To support COVID-19 health and safety measures, new precautions are being taken. All passengers are required to wear face coverings on the buses, which will also have a reduced capacity based on health guidance. Enhanced cleaning will take place on buses in between trips, hand sanitizer will be available upon entry and windows will be kept open during the short ride to support health and safety this winter. Of course, anyone with COVID-19 symptoms is encouraged to stay home and not take public transportation.  For TVA shuttle information, click here

START Bus: The winter 2020-21 START Bus is connecting Teton Village to Stilson and the Town of Jackson is available here.To support COVID-19 health and safety measures, new precautions are being taken. All passengers are required to wear face coverings on the buses, which will also have a reduced capacity based on health guidance.Enhanced cleaning will take place on buses, hand sanitizer will be available and windows will be kept open to support health and safety this winter. Of course, anyone with COVID-19 symptoms is encouraged to stay home and not take public transportation.

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Mountain Operations

Winter 2020/21 Tram FAQs

Please explore the below FAQs about new health and safety protocols this winter on the tram. For our complete list of FAQs, please visit our winter FAQ page.

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