Jackson Hole Mountain Resort welcomes Australians

Adventures of a Lifetime to Jackson Hole

Nestled in the Rocky Mountains of northwest Wyoming and just 92 kilometres south of Yellowstone National Park, Jackson Hole is synonymous with picturesque natural beauty and endless adventure. At roughly 10 million years old, the Teton Range ascends abruptly from the valley floor, culminating with the Grand Teton summit at 4,199 metres above sea level. This iconic mountain range is home to abundant wildlife and a community of outdoor enthusiasts passionate about skiing, snowboarding, climbing, and mountain biking, along with world-class hiking and fly fishing. A blank canvas for your wildest daydreams, Jackson Hole is a must-visit bucket-list destination.

Town of Jackson | ©Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

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Flying into Jackson Hole Airport is an unrivaled air travel experience and located within the world-renowned Grand Teton National Park. The hallmark jagged peaks of the Tetons captivate you from the moment you set eyes on them, whether from your window seat or your first step off the plane. The historic Jackson Town Square, with its iconic antler arches, are just a 15-minute transfer from the airport. Another 20 minutes and you’re in Teton Village, home to world-famous Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR).

©Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

JHMR is the pinnacle big-mountain resort of North America, averaging over 12.7 metres of snowfall annually and has extensive terrain suitable to any skill level. The iconic Aerial Tram, nicknamed ‘Big Red’, rises 1,261 metres in 12 minutes to the summit of Rendezvous Mountain at 3,185 metres above sea level. Stepping off the Tram at the summit is a surreal experience complemented by expansive views of the valley below and the Tetons to the north. Just metres downhill from the summit is Corbet’s Couloir, the most challenging inbounds run in North America. Corbet’s Couloir is intertwined with JHMR’s history and is the arena for the legendary annual Kings & Queens of Corbet’s freeride competition.

The resort has 1,010 hectares of inbounds terrain comprised of 133 trails, accessible by: the Aerial Tram, two gondolas, nine quad chairlifts, one double chairlift, and three surface lifts. Access 1,200+ hectares of backcountry terrain via a multitude of gates located on the boundaries of JHMR.

Ski School | ©Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

JHMR cultivates an ideal skiing and riding experience through managed daily guest capacity to ensure maximum time on-snow and less time spent waiting in lines. A convenient lift ticket reservation system facilitates advance planning to ensure guests are on-snow when they desire. Guests can pair tickets with a travel package from Jackson Hole Resort lodging for an optimal experience.

JHMR has facilities designed with travellers in mind. Mountain Sports School and Kids Ranch offer skill- and age-specific lessons and activities, including backcountry Guides and skill improvement camps. Jackson Hole Sports and Teton Village Sports offer rentals and equipment to suit any need. Visitors can satisfy their hunger or quench their thirst at six dining establishments. And Corbet’s Cabin atop the Tram offers an indulgence – their famous Top of the World waffle.

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort will be at both the Melbourne and Sydney Snow Travel Expos this month, showcasing the world-class skiing and riding experience at JHMR.

See jacksonhole.com.

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