“The DEEPest snow depth and the 2nd greatest snowfall total in Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s history.” – Jackson Hole, yesterday
What a season it has been and there is still a lot of winter left at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort! Insane snow totals, a DEEP snow base and all time skiing conditions are the many reasons why we’ll remember the winter of 2016-17. Just when JHMR thought they were out of the storm cycle, another massive storm arrived and dropped over three feet of snow in four days, and there’s more snow in the forecast.
126″ has fallen this February alone – the most snow to have ever fallen in any February at JHMR, to date. Some other cool snow facts above for your statistics buffs, compared to other big snow years of the past. It’s definitely a BIG YEAR at “THE BIG ONE” and there’s still plenty of time and snow to take some turns at Jackson Hole this winter.
Current JHMR Conditions:
- Overnight Snowfall: 0″
- 48 Hour Snowfall: 6″
- Season Total Snowfall: 474″
- Forecast: Snow Snow Snow