Jackson Hole Ski Area
Visitors to Teton Springs Lodge & Spa never miss the opportunity to visit Jackson Hole Ski Area! With a quick trip over Teton Pass, winter recreationists in Idaho find themselves at this infamous ski area, Jackson Hole’s claim to fame, in 45 minutes or less. This ski Mecca, known formally as Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, is simply called “The Big One” by skiing aficionados, not just in North America but around the world! This resort offers up two distinct mountains, Rendezvous and Apres Vous, with over 4,139 vertical feet and 2,500 acres of terrain.
Jackson Hole Ski Area is Steep and Deep
Skiers are particularly drawn to the Jackson Hole Ski Area because of its steep and deep skiing – outstanding terrain filled with chutes, cliff bands and couloirs. Jackson boasts an impressive 19 lifts & tows and unveiled their new aerial tram in December 2008. With Its impressive vertical rise from the valley floor, more than 4,000 feet, this Wyoming wonder will certainly present sufficient challenges for any skier. Jackson also has an impressive line-up of seasoned guides to lead the more adventurous through the legendary backcountry that hugs this impressive alpine village. However, despite its renowned reputation as an “experts only” mountain, many intermediates also flock to ski Jackson Hole’s ski areas flagship resort to sample their impressive selection of wide-open groomed runs. Imagine the view from the top of this signature Teton Mountain, at a whopping 10,450 feet above sea level. See you at the bottom!
When the snow melts, visitors flock to the Jackson Hole Ski Area when the entire valley floor burst into color with wildflowers that blanket the entire landscape then throw in bright sun, perfect daytime temps & purple blue skies. Teton Springs Lodge & Spa guests also embark to Teton Village to enjoy a unlimited summer activities. A summer tram ride to the top of Rendezvous Mountain offers wide-eyed guests unsurpassed views of the Teton Mountain Range as well a view into Teton & Yellowstone National Parks. Look closely, it’s not uncommon to spot a deer, moose or black bear enjoying an afternoon snack mountainside. Activities definitely take on a different flavor when the grass finally pokes through in Teton Village. Lace up those hiking boots, saddle up your favorite mare or take a deep breath and take to the skies – paragliding anyone?