Ski Butlers Blog posts for 'tram'
A History of Skiing in The Tetons
In 1965 Jackson Hole Mountain Resort officially opened for the 1965/66 winter season, and Jackson Hole started its journey to become one of the most iconic ski towns in the world. Over the course of Jackson Hole’s now 50 continuous years of servicing skiers seeking to try some of the most difficult terrain in North America, the resort and the Jackson Hole area have provided some of the most influential moments in skiing history.
First Tram: A Jackson Hole Right of Passage
The waan waan of your alarm buzzes, and the only thing stopping you from hitting snooze is snowflakes passing in front of the streetlights outside your window. The smell of bacon fills your room, as others wake up. Everyone has the same goal in mind.
Blue Trails at Jackson Hole: The Best Trails You Haven't Heard Of!
Jackson Hole is notorious for steep, deep skiing and plenty of skiers have proven their medal on these runs. Jackson Hole did not earn the number one spot in Ski Magazine's annual resort rankings last year by only offering challenging terrain. The scenery, and wonderful trail layout has led to some of the best intermediate trails in the country, and below are my 5 favorite blue trails at Jackson Hole in no particular order.