Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) is looking forward to welcoming back international guests this season, with the season on track for Opening Day on 25 November after several days of early season snow falls in the past week. In celebration, when clients buy 7 days of lift passes they will receive an additional 3 days for free. 10 days of tickets for the price of 7! This special promotion must be booked through a participating tour operator. Mogul Ski, SkiMax, Scout Ski, Sno’n’Ski and Travelplan are ready to help your clients secure their Jackson Hole escape.
Whenever your clients intend to visit, they will be able to make the most out of the 10 days for the price of 7 offer.
Those seeking the biggest bargains should consider coming early, before 17 December, to get the best savings in lodging as Jackson Hole kicks off another legendary winter season.
Others may wish to take advantage of their holiday and plan a visit in January for the coveted big snow cycles – possibly check out some of the specialised training camps to improve their technique. If February is more their style, recommend they take time to check out the King & Queen of Corbet’s competition, which usually falls amidst some of the Teton’s deeper storms. Spring enthusiasts should come in March, as it showcases the annual banked slalom, Dick’s Ditch, and usually sunny days with the occasional storm ensuring that aficionados get in renowned blue-bird powder skiing.
Fans of live shows might consider late March or early April, which brings the Rendezvous Music Festival and that allows the perfect pairing of days on the snow with evening performances by world-class musicians.
The conditions and events are only part of the equation, as Jackson Hole is much more than a mountain and continues to build toward the future.
JHMR believes in more lift and less lines. Advance planning is key as the mountain provides a premium experience through the continuation of a limited capacity philosophy. To enhance the on-mountain experience for guests, and throughout the resort, the resort manages capacity. By limiting the number of tickets sold per day, and requiring Ikon and Mountain Collective Pass holders to make advanced reservations, JHMR offers a superior guest experience for those looking to spend less time standing in lift lines.
While planning your clients’ Jackson Hole holiday, they should consider the incredible terrain, great snow, and never-ending improvements. This year JHMR has announced Thunder 3.0., a new detachable quad chairlift, is slated for completion in time for the 2022/23 ski season that starts 25 November.
“The Thunder lift has been the most popular lift on the upper mountain, and it delivers access to some of the legendary terrain JHMR is known for,” said Mary Kate Buckley, President of JHMR in a media statement last spring. “The new Thunder lift will dramatically cut down on skiers’ and snowboarders’ time spent waiting in line and on the lift.”