Jackson Hole, WY is going off right now. February has seen 97″ of snowfall already, the best February in the resort’s history, 18″ in the last 24-hours, and a base just an inch short of triple figures. The average snowfall for this period is 31″ in Rendezvous Bowl and the previous record for the period was 92″ in 2017.
In fact, FebuBURIED is living up to its name so much that Jackson Hole is sitting pretty in the Top Ten season-to-date snowfalls in North America. They’ve recorded snowfall for 12 days in a row and the skiing and riding conditions are nearly perfect.
“It’s been dumping almost non-stop this month,” stated Vice President of Operations, Tim Mason. “The one clear day we’ve had this month, we hosted the Kings and Queens of Corbet’s event. It was incredibly fortuitous that we experienced the weather window to hold the event and showcase the tremendous snow conditions for the athletes,” Mason went on to note.
For anybody planning on hitting the resort for the holiday weekend, one thing is for sure: you won’t be disappointed! The mountain is in prime condition and the skiing and riding are awesome.