Jackson Hole’s Aerial Tram Isn’t Opening This Summer

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Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s aerial tram will not operate this summer but other resort facilties/services may. Photo by JHMR.

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Wyoming just released information regarding their summer plans and it’s a mix of good news and bad news — but mostly good. 

The showcase ski resort of the Teton Mountains has said they will be opening The Bridger Gondola and Teewinot Bike Park this summer but that they will not be operating the aerial tram due to scheduled maintenance. 

“JHMR hopes to operate by mid-summer, but will open in accordance with guidelines of State Health Orders and the National Parks re-opening. The Bridger Gondola and Teewinot Bike Park will open along with various retail and restaurants.  The Aerial Tram will not run for the summer 2020 season due to scheduled maintenance.  All summer operations are subject to change.” — JHMR

Further updates regarding summer plans at Jackson Hole and other North American ski areas will be shared on SnowBrains when additional information comes to light. 

 


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