The Teton Lift is a high-speed quad lift that carries skiers and riders 1,650 vertical feet (495m) to an area, The Crags, much of which has previously only been accessible via hiking.
Accommodation is divided between Teton Village at the base of Apres Vous Mountain, ideal for die-hard skiers and the town of Jackson Hole, some 20 minutes away where most of the action is.
A small but quality collection of bars, shopping opportunities and restaurants provide more than enough distraction after skiing. Jackson Hole ski resort is one of the best value resorts in the Rockies!
The terrain in Jackson Hole is anything but flat. It creates the ideal destination for endless recreation. Set at the gateway to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, "The Big One" is in a realm all its own when it comes to premier ski resorts in the West. An Impressive 2,500 acres of inbounds terrain, and a diverse trail system allow both beginners and experts to enjoy everything from powder-filled chutes and bowls to long, wide-open groomers. Jackson Hole resort offers one of the most advanced lift systems in the country, which includes both an eight passenger gondola accessing intermediate and family terrain, and the iconic 100 passenger aerial Tram leading a vast winter playground. The Mountain Sports School provides alpine ski and snowboard lessons for kids, adults and families, as well as backcountry guides for those looking to seek out new terrain. At the Kids Ranch, join the Tram Gang as they teach young skiers and snowboarders how to master a variety of terrain. Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is home of the famous Aerial Tram that carries passengers from the valley floor up to the summits of the Teton Range.
The recent addition of Solitude Station, creating a new centre for beginners to learn to ski and also creating more space in the base area makes ski holidays to Jackson Hole more appealing to families and groups with differing level of skiing ability.
Jackson Hole Property Map
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