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On the western edge of Wyoming, in the Teton mountains, three ski resorts offer something for every kind of skier or snowboarder, whether expert or novice. The town of Jackson sits within the valley of Jackson Hole, where the most famous of the three resorts gets its name. Read on for details about each location.
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
The biggest and best-known resort in the area, Jackson Hole attracts extreme skiers with its challenging terrain and steep pitch. It sits 12 miles (20 kilometers) north of Jackson in Teton Village, which acts as the mountain’s base area, and features 2,500 acres (1,011 hectares) with 14 lifts and more than 130 runs. Don’t let its hardcore reputation scare you away, though—the mountain has plenty of beginner and intermediate trails and is also known for its Aerial Tram, which whisks 100 people to the top of the mountain in 9 minutes.
Grand Targhee Resort
In the town of Alta, 45 miles (70 kilometers) north of Jackson, Grand Targhee Resort is located on the west side of the Teton Range and is known for its deep powder. With an average snowfall of 500 inches (1,270 centimeters) a year, it’s a powder hound’s dream mountain, home to 2,602 acres (1,052 hectares) and five lifts. Snowcat skiing is available for those who want to go out of bounds to explore unspoiled terrain.
Snow King Resort
Often called the “Town Hill,” Snow King Resort is located in the town of Jackson, making it popular with locals. It dates back to the 1930s and is Wyoming’s oldest ski resort, as well as the only one that offers night skiing. With 400 acres, three lifts, and 32 runs, it’s not a large resort but is a favorite for ski racers and also offers snow tubing for additional family fun.
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Summer Snow King Ticket Pass All Activities Included

Summer Snow King Ticket Pass All Activities Included

Snow King's been connecting the generations through memorable outdoor experiences for 80 years. Big King Pass is the best way to experience all the summer fun Snow King has to offer - with something for all ages and physical abilities. The Big King one-day pass includes one tour on the Treetop Adventure and unlimited rides on all open activities including the Cowboy Coaster, Mini-Golf, Alpine Slide, Amaze’n Maze, Bungee Trampoline and Scenic Chairlift! The time you reserve is the time you'll do the Treetop Adventure; the ticket is however good all day on all open activities. Early and late season closures occur on the Bungee and Alpine Slide.
  • 4 to 10 hours
  • Free Cancellation

Big King All Activities Pass - Winter

Big King All Activities Pass - Winter

The Big King Pass throws relentless winter fun at you all day and into the night at Snow King Mountain. Hurtle down the mountain with a childlike grin on a snow tube. Careen around sharp corners and over steep dives on the Cowboy Coaster.And, of course, rip it up on skis or snowboards as long as you want. For over 80 years Snow King Mountain has connected the generations through accessible outdoor adventures suitable for people of all ages and abilities. Located only 6 blocks from the Jackson Town Square, a visit to the "town hill" is the easiest, most affordable way to have a full day of fun. The all-inclusive Big King Pass lets traveller experience all the winter attractions at their own pace.
  • 6 hours
  • Free Cancellation


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