Jackson Hole Mountain Resort at Teton Village

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The Jackson Hole Mountain Resort at Teton Village is a world class resort, with excellent lodging, shopping, restaurants and of course skiing.

In recent years, the new gondola lifts, shown at right, and new tram, have improved the comfort of getting up the mountain, that rises over 4000 feet from the base to the top of the tram.

There are ski slopes for every ability level as well as snowboarding facilities, five-star lodging and accomodations, high-end and casual dining and even horsedrawn carrieage rides to a secluded cabin for a candlelit meal. Teton Village is the place to stay for fun and fantastic skiing.

Lift Tickets are $91 per day high season.

Location
Teton Village, Wyoming is 12 miles northwest of the town of Jackson on Highway 390 via Highway 22. 40 Minutes drive from Jackson Airport with non-stop service from Chicago and Dallas on American, Denver, Chicago and Los Angeles on United, Salt Lake City, Atlanta and Cincinnati on Delta. Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is five hours drive northeast of Salt Lake City, UT and eight hours drive from Denver, CO. 

Dates and hours of operation
November 28, 2009 through April 4, 2010
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. daily
Weather & business conditions permitting.

Mountain Characteristics
• Terrain: 2 mountains, Apres Vous and Rendezvous
• 2,500 acres of in-bounds terrain
• Vertical drop of 4,139 feet
• Base elevation: 6,311 feet/1924 meters
• Summit elevation: 10,450 feet/3185 meters
• Uphill capacity: 16,733 skiers per hour
• Open backcountry gate system accesses over 3000+ acres

Runs
116 Named Trails on the map
• 50% expert
• 40% intermediate
• 10% beginner

Lifts
• One NEW 100 Passenger Aerial Tram
• One eight pax high speed gondola
• Two detachable quad chairlifts
• Four fixed grip quad chairlifts
• Two triple chairlifts
• One double chairlift
• One magic carpet

Snow and Snow Making
Average of 459"/year (38.25 feet; 1166cm; 11.6 meters) over past 10 yrs.
We currently have 160 acres of snowmaking coverage.

Temperature
Average temperature is 21o Fahrenheit in the valley. Temperature inversions caused by warm air rising and cold air staying on the valley floor will raise slope temperatures by 20-40°

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