Chalk and Light Flurries: Jackson Hole Conditions Report

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Michelle Delumyea Getting into some of the Jackson Hole chalk
Getting into some of the Jackson Hole chalk

There’s no denying it, when compared to the rest of the West Coast, Jackson has the snow.  While high temps after the new year storms have led to some variable snow conditions on the south east aspects, the north facing snow is still smooth and chalky.  The trees off of Sublette were holding some of the best snow we found, and Old Man Winter decided to pay a little visit bringing some light snow flurries late in the afternoon.

The afternoon brought clouds, flat light, and a little snow!
The afternoon brought clouds, flat light, and a little snow!

With a light dusting of snow overnight, tomorrow stands to hold some pretty sweet turns nestled in the trees.  And when not chasing the chalky north facing aspect, the groomers at Jackson are some of the most fun around.  With over 4,000 vertical feet of manicured snow, a complete lack of crowds, multiple big cat track airs, and most importantly real snow you could stay entertained without even venturing off piste.

Looking up Corbets at Jackson
Looking up Corbets at Jackson

Corbets is currently open to the public on a daily basis, but be ready for a wild ride as the snow is currently skiing quite fast.

Jackson has so much snow they can use the extra to build snow huts
Jackson has so much snow they can use the extra to build snow huts

The weather is looking to turn back on in Jackson next week, so stay tuned for more snow and more good times to be had at Jackson.


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