Jackson Hole Receives Close to Two Feet

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Big Snow Hits Jackson Hole

(Teton Village, WY. January 1, 2010). With over 19 inches of snow since Wednesday morning, Jackson Hole is ringing in the new decade with big vertical and deep powder. (Check out the facebook image gallery). A huge Rocky mountain storm is forecast to hit the Tetons over the weekend, bringing one to two feet of new snow, heavy at times.

Home to the largest continuous vertical in the country, open access to the endless Teton backcountry, and an Aerial Tram to whisk you over 4,100 feet in under 9 minutes — no other mountain even comes close.

Fly Free to Jackson Hole
Announced earlier this week, the incredible ‘Buy 2 Get 2’ airline offer valid from any departure city in the country, on any airline, has been extended till January 15th*. With half price on airline tickets for a group of 4 people, lift ticket and lodging packages starting at $81/night—January in Jackson offers the combination of best value, smallest crowds, and biggest snow.

Holiday Festivities
A children’s glow worm parade led by ski Olympian Tommy Moe, followed by a booming firework display capped off a week of western festivities at Jackson Hole.  Live outdoor music, roping demonstrations, and storytelling around the fire cemented life-long holiday memories for our guests.

Upcoming Events
As snow continues to pound the mountains this weekend, Isaac Hayden will be jamming around an open fire in the Village Commons. Starting January 13th participants in the Steep & Deep Camp will take their big mountain skiing to the next level, registration is open.

Book a winter vacation to Jackson Hole today.

*Buy two plane tickets, get two additional tickets free. Maximum travel credit of $500 per airline ticket. Minimum five-night stay and purchase of lift tickets. Availability is limited and restrictions apply. New reservations only. Must be booked by January 15, 2010. Valid dates of travel: January 3 – 31, 2010.

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