Jackson Hole Breaks Single Month Snowfall Record | 159″ of Snow Fell In February

Chris Wallner | | Conditions ReportConditions Report
Bobby Thomson deep in Casper Bowl. Image: Andrew Schrum

February 2017 was one for the record books and certainly a month that any local or visiting guest will never forget. With little sign of the sun, seemingly endless and powerful winter storms resulted in 159″ of snow falling in Rendezvous Bowl in the short 28 days of February. That is the DEEPest single month of snowfall in the history of JHMR. Out of those 28 days, JHMR only experienced 5 days with either 0″ or less than 1″ of snowfall.

Will Mattson stuffing a deep turn in Casper Bowl. Image: Andrew Schrum

As March begins and JHMR starts inching their way closer to sunshine and spring skiing, now is the time to take advantage of the fresh snow. JHMR will hit the 500″ mark in the next few days and you don’t want to miss these historic conditions! With Rendezvous Festival, Music Under the Tram, and Casper Deck Parties all happening from now until closing day, making Jackson apart of your spring break is a surefire way to enjoy “The Big One” during one of our biggest seasons yet!

Trail sign at the bottom of Ampitheatre. Image: Andrew Schrum

Information From: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

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