Thursday, November 09, 2006

Jackson Hole Says

The snow is already falling and the wait is almost over in Jackson Hole! Winter is here, and we're on the brink of yet another incredible season of skiing and riding in the Tetons.
By the numbers, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is home to 2,500 acres of inbounds terrain spread over a 4,139' vertical rise, all covered with an average of 459 inches (over 38 feet!) of deep, fluffy powder each winter. The numbers, however, can't possibly tell the whole story – with runs like Corbet's Couloir, the Alta Chutes and the Hobacks, the terrain at Jackson Hole is legendary. But that's not to say that it's all steep and deep; fifty percent of the terrain is rated as beginner or intermediate, with plenty of wide-open corduroy groomers and an experienced Mountain Sports School for those looking to make their first turns. There's something for everyone at Jackson Hole!

No comments: