After a busy Presidents Day weekend, with over 3 feet of new snow, the mountain is now empty and the conditions are perfect. Our season snowfall total just reached 400 inches and the forecast is calling for more!
With non-stop flights from Los Angeles and Chicago for only $149 each way it makes it easy to get your powder fix.
Over the past few weeks there has been numerous events and activities going on here in Jackson Hole. With being the first stop on the Freeskiing World Tour, Winter Fest, and the International Pedigree Stage Stop Sled Dog Race, there was never a dull moment. But don’t worry if you missed them because March is lined up with plenty of fun for everyone.
Over the next three weekends is the Grand Teton Music Festival Winter Series. For the first time in Jackson Hole — the Metropolitan Opera’s Peabody and Emmy Award-winning series The Met, are featuring 12 live transmissions from our very own Walk Festival Hall. Jackson’s activities include The Dick’s Ditch Classic Banked Slalom, Adaptive Awareness Day, Laps for Literacy, Local Slopestyle Comp, Marmot Combs Classic, The Pole Pedal Paddle Race, and my favorite, The Mountain Festival. The weekends have lots of events for everybody, including skiing and snowboarding events, live music, and spring sunshine at the base of the Tetons.
Feel like taking a day off from the slopes, no problem, there are plenty of other things to do here in Jackson Hole. Yellowstone National Park is only an hour away. The Tetons and the Elk Refuge sit in Jackson Hole’s backyard and offer amazing views and tons of wildlife sightings. If you have trouble deciding, the visitor center in town is always happy to provide more information.