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Sandwiched between Grand Teton National Park to the north and miles of national forest in every other direction, the Jackson Hole valley has remained relatively isolated from the big crowds. Instead it has survived on local industries like logging, ranching and, during the 19th century, fur trading. But recently, Jackson Hole has encouraged the rise of tourism. Former blue-collar settlements like Jackson and Grand Teton now boast notable art and performance venues, and mega ski resorts have transformed the region into an up-and-coming winter wonderland.

Mountain Details

Fast Facts:

  • 133 Trails
  • 13 Lifts
  • 2 Terrain Parks
  • Base elevation 6,311 feet
  • Summit elevation: 10,450 feet
  • Average Snowfall: 459 inches

Terrain percentage by difficulty:

  • Beginner: 10%
  • Intermediate: 40%
  • Advanced/Expert: 50%

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