A multi-day storm cycle has started in Jackson Hole. A low-pressure system is starting to transport copious amounts of moisture from the Pacific Ocean into Western Wyoming.
When the Sierra Nevada Range in California gets dumped on via a southwesterly flow that extends in Western Wyoming, typically the Tetons end up receiving heavy snow as well – not as deep as the Sierras, but still plenty enough to deliver powder days on the slopes.
Snow totals from this wave from Wednesday through Thursday night will range from 10-18 inches in the Tetons (favoring Teton Pass and JHMR) and 4-10 inches in the Jackson Hole Valley.
As if being ranked top ski resort numerous times over the past few years isn’t enough reason to come ski, we are receiving more snow than most Rocky Mountain ski resorts.
Jackson Hole is chock full of activities on and off the slopes to make your visit one to remember and maybe even a yearly tradition. And, our luxury villas offer a luxurious retreat and our concierge team can make your trip even more memorable. Staying in one of our properties allows you to enjoy open space and distance yourself. Whether you are looking to escape for a week or months at a time, we have a place for you to experience Jackson Hole.
We have many exclusive retreats to choose from and few still available for President’s Day weekend. Start your search here or our reservations team is available to assist in your search and answer any questions.