Have you started planning your Jackson Hole winter plans and curious about what Jackson Hole Mountain Resort plans to do this winter for the 2021/2022 ski season?
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort recently released current plans. They plan to operate all lifts at full loading capacity, including the Aerial Tram, but are prepared to modify operations as required by any forthcoming health orders. They will continue with innovations introduced last season to manage the guest experience, including limiting daily capacity, requiring reservations for multi-resort pass products and offering early loading on select base area lifts to help skiers and riders get on the mountain earlier.
Continuing to elevate the guest experience, the resort is implementing new lift ticket purchasing procedures, personalized guest service enhancements and user-friendly technology innovations across their operation. To reduce crowding, they will manage daily mountain capacity throughout the season and will strongly recommend day ticket purchasers to buy online in advance. JHMR passholders will NOT be required to make a reservation and can ski or ride on the days as indicated on the pass type purchased.
Guests can review pricing, check availability and purchase day or afternoon tickets online here and are incentivized to purchase online before their visit with a 10% discount on purchases made outside 14 days or more and a 5% discount for purchases made within 7-14 days. The resort will continue the afternoon ticket start time of noon. If capacity limits are met for a specific day, tickets will no longer be available for purchase.
See you on the mountain!! Read the press release from President Mary Kate Buckley on 8.19.21
We invite you to explore our portfolio of vacation rentals and contact our team to discuss your winter plans. While skiing is most likely on your winter to do list, there is tons of other winter fun to take part in when you aren’t on the slopes including sleigh rides, dog sledding, snowshoeing, fat tire biking and more. Explore the options here.