What’s New in Jackson Hole for Winter 2019/20

Bumper crowds for the 2018/19 ski season. So what's coming next?...

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Jackson Hole has experienced a record-breaking three consecutive seasons with over 500 inches of snow.
The resort’s 715,000 skier visits marks the highest in resort history. The 2018/2019 season finished with 1,283 centimetres of total snowfall, above average at all elevations with a record-setting February snowfall of 490 centimetres in Rendezvous Bowl. The base area snow depths were at record levels from late February through the end of March. It was the third season in a row, topping out above 1,270 centimetres of snowfall and showcasing the consistent snowfall in the Tetons. Jackson Hole prides itself on its unparalleled snow experience and though snow equity is preferred, increases to the snowmaking system over the last few years have allowed JHMR to provide an amazing ski product all season long.

Solitude Station Expands with new Quad Chairlift
In the continuing effort to enhance the beginner skier and family experience at JHMR, Solitude Station opened in Winter 2018/19. Located at the Sweetwater Gondola mid-station, Solitude Station is 1,115 square-metres of ski school, rental, and dining facilities. This full-service building brings to life a new centre of learning and fun in Jackson Hole. With a covered surface carpet lift, top-notch ski instructors and state of the art facility all accessed from a two-minute gondola ride from the base, Solitude Station is the new hub of learning and growing the sport of skiing and riding in Jackson Hole.

Looking ahead to Winter 2019/20, the addition of a brand-new quad chairlift adjacent to Solitude will provide new access to advanced-beginner terrain, rounding out the experience at Solitude Station learning area.

More ways to Experience Jackson Hole: Mountain Collective and Ikon Pass
Jackson Hole is proud to be part of both the Mountain Collective and Ikon Pass for next winter. The new Ikon Pass provides access to 39 iconic destinations other than the Ikon itself. In addition to the Mountain Collective Pass, the Ikon Pass is the new standard in season passes, connecting the most iconic mountains in North America and delivering authentic, memorable snow adventures. Supplied by Alterra Mountain Company, the Ikon Pass unlocks access to a community of diverse destinations. For more information on passes, click here.

 

Most Accessible Resort in the Rockies
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. In addition, Jackson Hole airport, with its recent $30 million renovation and expansion, makes the arrival and departure experiences efficient and comfortable. Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is just a short 30-minute drive from the terminal, delivering an experience that is like none other and, now, easier than ever to reach.

Jackson Hole Resort Lodging: Kids Ski and Rent Free
Jackson Hole Resort Lodging (JHRL) has a Kids Ski Free offer, an exclusive program to JHRL that applies to all types of vacation rentals and lodging packages. Choose any condominium or home rental for four nights or more and receive 10% off your stay. For each paying adult, kids 14 and under ski for free. A new feature introduced lat winter made kids rental free with a paid adult rental. Restrictions are few and the program is valid for stays all winter, except the Christmas Holiday week. Call for more details and to book: 800-443-8613.

Season Dates: 28 November 2019 – 12 April 2020

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