Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort offers 4,139 vertical feet of leg-burning, from 10,450 feet down to 6,311 feet. It receives an average of 360 inches of snowfall per year served by eight chairlifts, a gondola, and the famous Big Red aerial tram.
But the activities are year-round–and don’t always require snow and base layers.
In the summer, the JHMR Bike Park has trail options for every level of rider. Via Ferrata provides guided climbing explorations above the valley floor, across suspended bridges, and along granite walls. The Tetons are a world-class climbing area and there are boundless views and routes for everyone, from first-timers to professional climbers. If wheels and clips are not your sports of choice, enjoy a slower pace punctuated by plenty of elevation by enjoying the complex hiking trail system throughout the resort. When you stay in bounds at JHMR, the perk is that there is mountainside dining, so no need to bag lunch when you can enjoy a local brew or spirit on the deck of Piste or a waffle at the top of Rendezvous Bowl at Corbet’s Cabin.
For those looking to fill more family time and play activities, JHMR’s disc golf course begins at the bottom of the Bridger Gondola, and winds up and down lower Gros Ventre and Tram Line–it’s a great way to take in the wilds of the resort at a slower pace as players alternate between wooded areas and open fields.
Down at the Bridger Center, visitors can find information on the bungee trampoline, the ropes course, climbing wall, outdoor yoga, and live music…and of course be pointed in the right direction to do some shopping or enjoy a craft cocktail at the end of the day on the Commons.
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