Having received over 210″ of snowfall so far this season, Jackson Hole has been skiing GOOD. This past week Jackson received another 30″ of dense hero snow, reminiscent of the snow that used to fall around Tahoe. The above video chronicles some of the goods to be found in the days following the storm. Landings were soft when you needed them to be, the turns were smooth, and smiles were had all around. Two fantastic days of powder skiing (January 6th & 7th) left us Jackson Hole dreaming.
Jackson Hole is an amazing place to ski, with so many diverse terrain offerings. The resort offers over 2,500 acres of terrain, and when the resort starts to get tracked out you can migrate to quick sidecountry laps, when the sidecountry laps get tracked out you can venture further out to Cody Peak, Powder 8’s, and No Name Peak. All this makes for genuinely untracked turns days after a storm.
Zones skied in the video include Cheyenne Bowl, Alta Chutes, Four Shadows off of Cody Peak, Rock Springs Bowl, and Four Pines.