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The Town of Jackson is a major gateway for millions of tourists visiting nearby Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National Park, and the National Elk Refuge. Jackson is also in proximity to several ski resorts. Directly southeast of town, there is a relatively small but challenging ski-area known as Snow King, Jackson’s original ski hill. […]

The Town of Jackson is a major gateway for millions of tourists visiting nearby Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National Park, and the National Elk Refuge. Jackson is also in proximity to several ski resorts. Directly southeast of town, there is a relatively small but challenging ski-area known as Snow King, Jackson’s original ski hill. It has steep vertical slopes and has night-skiing. More famous is the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, 12 miles (19 km) northwest. Opened in 1966, it has abundant steep terrain and has one of the highest vertical drops on the continent, at 4139 feet (1262 m). With 2,500 acres of legendary inbound terrain, 459″ of average snowfall each winter, and unparalleled back country access, Jackson Hole offers a truly unique winter experience.

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is located in Teton Village, 12 miles from the town of Jackson and 40 Minutes drive from Jackson Hole Airport (JAC). Lodging is available in either Teton Mountain Village or in the town of Jackson. There is a frequent public shuttle service connecting the two locations.

Grand Targhee, about an hour away to the northwest, opened in the early 1970s and is world-renowned for its high snowfall and powder skiing. Located on the west side of the Teton Range, it is accessed by traveling west over Teton Pass into Idaho.

There are services and specialists of every kind in Jackson Hole, from crib delivery to in-home caterers, personal photographers to personal trainers, pharmacies and physicians to florists and food delivery… pretty much everything you could possibly contemplate needing during a holiday. Jackson Hole also offers an incredible culinary adventure for its residents and guests with its many fine restaurants, personal chefs, prepared foods, and market delivery services.

There are fabulous boutiques, art galleries galore, designer shops, bookstores, chocolatiers and a farmer’s market during the summer, stocked with home grown food. Jackson has a lot of Wild West flair as well, expressed in wooden sidewalks; antler arches on each corner of the town square, stores selling cowboy boots, ten-gallon hats, saddles and handmade twig chandeliers.

Jackson is a sophisticated and elegant town, a gold nugget in the great wilds of Wyoming. The restaurants and nightlife you’ll find here are outstanding – from outdoor, mountainside dining to candlelit restaurants offering haute cuisine, from bison burgers to pheasant with truffles. It’s one of the reasons we love Jackson so much – there are so many fabulous places to eat. The nightlife also offers treats from live music at The Mangy Moose to the plays and concerts at the Centre for the Arts, there is always something going on in the Jackson Hole after-hours’ scene as well.


Resort Statistics
Mountain Characteristics: 

Terrain: 2 mountains, Apres Vous and Rendezvous
2,500 acres of in-bounds terrain
Vertical drop of 4,139 feet (greatest continuous rise in U.S.)

Runs: 50% of terrain
40% of terrain
10% of terrain
116 named trails on the map

Base elevation: 6,311 feet/1924 meters
Summit elevation: 10,450 feet/3185 meters
Uphill capacity: 16,733 skiers per hour
Open backcountry gate system accesses over 3000+ acres

Lifts: 10 Total Including:
Bridger Gondola
Jackson Hole Aerial tram
Apres Vous and Teewinot detachable quad chairlifts
Thunder, Sublette, and Union Pass quad chairlifts
Moose Creek Access quad chairlift from the south end of Teton Village
Casper triple chairlift
Eagle’s Rest double chairlifts
One magic carpet

Dates and hours of operation:Late November through early April
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. daily.






Large timbered pines and hand carved bears add to the charming and cozy atmosphere of this new resort property, located just one mile from Jackson’s historic Town Square.
Indoor/outdoor heated pool, hot tubs and sauna
Complimentary deluxe breakfast buffet
Lounge, deli and gift shop
Complimentary winter shuttle to Teton Village home of the world-class Jackson Hole Ski Resort
Gun Barrel Steakhouse adjacent to the hotel
Gateway to Grand Teton & Yellowstone National Parks
Complimentary access to Jackson Hole Athletic Club
The Lodge at Jackson Hole offers 154 mini-suite hotel rooms to make your stay in Jackson Hole comfortable and affordable. Each of our hotel room suites is equipped with microwave, mini-fridge, coffee maker, hair dryer, safe, multi-line phones and television. Please note all rooms are non-smoking.

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On a quiet street just 3 blocks from Jackson Hole’s historic Town Square, tucked among aspen and pine trees, stands The Parkway Inn. Offering guests a friendly mix of modern comfort, old world charm, and warm hospitality for over 30 years, The Parkway Inn is just a few minutes by free shuttle from the Jackson Hole Ski Resort.

Beautifully furnished with American antiques, fine wallpapers, rich wood accents, gleaming brass beds, and all the touches and attention to detail one would expect from a fine country inn, The Parkway Inn Bed and Breakfast also offers a professionally equipped exercise gym, saunas, whirlpool baths, and a lap pool for your enjoyment








Jackson’s Historic Landmark, The Wort Hotel, is an elegant hotel rich in the history that thrives in the heart of Jackson Hole. Located one half block from the town square, The Wort Hotel is steps from the best boutiques, museums, galleries, restaurants and nightlife, including our own famous Silver Dollar Bar. Providing the charm and intimacy of a world class country inn and the exceptional service of a grand hotel, The Wort Hotel offers comfort and luxury to guests after exhilarating days of skiing the Teton’s.

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The Rustic Inn Creekside Resort & Spa is ideally located within walking distance of Jackson’s historic Town Square and a short scenic drive to both Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. The Inn offers historic lodging accommodations & luxury log cabins. Hot breakfast buffets included.

Room types and Bedding:
Superior King Cabin – 1 King plus sofa sleeper, private deck, 400 square feet.

Superior Double Queen Cabin – 2 Queen beds, private deck, 400 square feet.

Superior Creekside King Cabin – 1 King plus sofa sleeper, private deck, creek views, 400 square feet.

Superior Double Queen Room – 2 Queen beds, sitting area, fireplace. 425 square feet.

Superior Creekside Double Queen Room – 2 Queen beds, sitting area, fireplace, creek views, 425 square feet.

Amenities: Heated outdoor pool, outdoor hot-tub, sauna, spa treatment rooms, fitness room, wireless internet access, 24 hour concierge service.










Located at the base of the Jackson Hole with the aerial tram only 100 yards away, the Inn at Jackson Hole has ski-in / ski-out access.
A ski shop is on site that can provide ski tune-ups and repairs. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available in the lobby and restaurant. Other amenities include ski lockers, elevators, laundry facilities, bell service, room service, an outdoor heated pool, outdoor hot tubs and a sauna.
The Inn at Jackson Hole features 83 guestrooms accessed by exterior corridors. All rooms are nonsmoking, with a choice of standard, deluxe, and deluxe loft suite.
Decor includes Western-themed art and wrought-iron accents. Rooms provide coffeemakers, cable TV, and telephones with complimentary local calls and complimentary high-speed Internet access.

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The Alpenhof Lodge is situated in the heart of Teton Village, approximately 22 miles from Jackson Hole Airport. The closest hotel to the lifts, the Alpenhof is steps away from the Bridger Gondola and Aerial Tram, whisking intermediate and advanced skiers up Rendezvous mountain; and high speed quad chairs taking beginners and intermediates to less demanding terrain on Apres Vows.

Hotel amenities include complimentary hot buffet breakfast, cable TV, complimentary seasonal Fondue parties, guest office, concierge, room service, ski and sports shop, ski and bicycle storage, massage and spa treatments, and onsite dining available at Alpenrose and the Bistro. Guests may also enjoy the heated outdoor Jacuzzi, pool, and sauna.

Guest rooms feature handcrafted Bavarian furnishings, down comforters and cable TVs. Some rooms include fireplaces and/or balconies.







Recently renovated, Snake River Lodge & Spa is one of Jackson Hole’s finest full-service, AAA Four Diamond award winning resort. Snake River Lodge boasts 93 beautifully appointed guest rooms, as well as 58 luxury condominiums.
Located in Teton Village, at the base of the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Snake River Lodge & Spa offers guests ski in/ walk 2 minutes out access to the slopes.
Our lodge is also the home of the renowned gamefish restaurant. Savor our regional specialties, or enjoy a selection of excellent nearby dining options when you stay in Teton Village.
Snake River Lodge & Spa features a 17,000 square-foot Avanyu SpaTM, complete with spectacular indoor/outdoor pool, hot tubs, sauna, treatment rooms, private men’s and women’s floors, and an extensive range of fitness and exercise equipment.





Enjoy Four Seasons luxury with ski-in/ski-out access in Wyoming’s spectacular Teton Mountains. During warmer months, play golf, fish or hike in unspoiled natural wilderness. Breathe in the fresh clean air. Marvel at a sky full of stars. And enjoy exquisite dining wrapped in panoramic mountain views.
140 guest rooms, including 18 suites and 16 master suites – most with fireplace and terrace – offer mountain or pastoral views Westbank Grill features contemporary Western fare by the fire and prime slope-side views; The Peak is an American-style pub with an expanded outdoor patio; the cozy Lobby Lounge features large stone indoor and outdoor fireplaces and sophisticated menu and cocktail options.
The Ski Concierge offers equipment rentals, fitting, and tuning; pre-books lessons; and arranges activities for all ages and levels Full-service alpine spa and fitness centre captures the natural serenity of mountain wilderness. Swim outdoors year-round in the heated pool, or relax in three outdoor hot-spring-style whirlpools.