With snow blanketing the upper reaches of the Tetons, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR), Wyoming is looking forward to its 53rd winter season. Slated to open on Thanksgiving Day, November 22nd, for holiday sightseeing rides on the Aerial Tram, and for skiing on Saturday, November 24th, JHMR welcomes guests with noteworthy additions to the mountain for 2018-2019 and significant enhancements upgrading the skier guest and family experience.
NEW! Solitude Station
Years in the making, Solitude Station is the latest offering in Jackson Hole’s continued devotion to skier progression and the family experience. Entirely dedicated to kids and adults learning and growing at JHMR, this vast complex is accessed via a quick two-minute gondola ride from the base area. Solitude Station’s expansive lodge at the Sweetwater Gondola mid-station, thoughtfully designed with 12,000 square feet of dining, rental, and official Mountain Sports School home base, is a premiere amenity for guests looking to improve their skiing and riding. Geared for kids ages 7 and up, as well as families and adult group lessons, Solitude Station is designed to maximize learning and development in an empowering and constructive atmosphere. The all-in-one service for every need under one roof is a state-of-the-art concept unique to Jackson Hole and designed to complement the Resort’s unmatched terrain and mountain environment.
RPK 3: Kitchen, Bar, and Après
Jackson Hole’s newest base area dining and entertainment option, RPK 3, opens its doors this December 2018. Conveniently located adjacent to the tram, RPK 3 is a restaurant and bar in Teton Village offering fast-casual lunch, fun après scene and everything in-between. With a menu set to satisfy all types of skiers, riders and Jackson Hole visitors, a selection of ‘healthy-ish’, comfort food will be served in a sleek, yet warm and spirited environment. RPK 3’s unmatched location within the Village core is an exciting and highly anticipated addition to the base area scene, the space hosts an expansive bar and a mix of communal and smaller tables centered around an inviting fireplace. RPK 3 opens daily at 10 am for bar service, 11 am for lunch, and food and drinks are served until après is over.
Best Snow & Most Accessible Resort in the Rockies
Over the last several years Jackson Hole has reported some of the deepest snowpacks in the country. The 2017-2018 season finished with 502 inches of total snow, making for an above average year in terms of snowfall and snow depths on the upper mountain. With an average snowfall of 459 inches annually, coupled with recent enhancements to snowmaking systems, JHMR delivers the highest quality mountain experience. This winter fly to Jackson Hole non-stop from 12 major US cities. Non-stop routes from Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Newark, JFK, Atlanta, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Minneapolis, Seattle, Denver, and Salt Lake City make Jackson Hole the most accessible Rocky Mountain destination resort.
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