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Travelers from Idaho can reach Jackson via US 26 and US 89 through Snake River Canyon.
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Skiing & Snowboarding in World Famous Jackson Hole

Jackson Hole has it all: extremely steep, the town hill, and deep powder

Jackson Hole, WY offers skiing and snowboarding at three different mountain resorts. You will find terrain for beginners, intermediate, and experts alike and plenty of activities, dining, and nightlife off the mountain too. Jackson Hole is a wonderful choice for your winter getaway. Learn more about each of the resorts and start planning your winter trip today.

Jackson Hole's 3 Area Ski Resorts


Jackson Hole Mountain Resort offers 4,139 vertical fee 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. Their Mountain Sports School ensures a great time for skiers of all abilities and ages.


Snow King Mountain, lovingly known as Jackson's town hill, was the first ski resort in all of Wyoming. Snow King is just steps from Jackson’s Town Square with terrain from beginner to expert, night skiing, a winter coaster and a tubing park. Snow King uniquely hosts the World Championship Snowmobile Hill Climb.


Grand Targhee Resort sits on the western slope of the Tetons, about 75 minutes by car from Jackson. Known for it's deep powder, Targhee Resort is routinely ranked among the top 3 resorts in North America in terms of snow quality and quantity. They offer snowcat skiing as well as over 2,000 acres of lift served terrain with over 400 acres groomed daily.

Different skiing experiences in Jackson- fun for all levels 

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Jackson's beautiful and vast surrounding spaces allows for a multitude of different skiing and snowboarding experiences. Backcountry skiing is extremely popular with locals as Jackson boasts the largest backcountry skiing terrain in the lower 48 states. Cross country, nordic, and skate skiing is extremely popular on the groomed trails in the scenic Snake River and Cache Creek areas. A challenge to adventure can be met with heli-skiing, for an unforgettable and amazing experience. 

Not a skier? Relax! Jackson is home to numerous spa and wellness centers perfect for tending to your mind and body. Whether its yoga or a massage your looking for, Jackson has it all.