Gorgeous scenery, pristine wildlife, and unlimited adventure are all a guaranteed part of your Jackson Hole vacation. However, If you’re looking for a little extra fun this winter, Jackson Hole snowboarding is some of the best in the entire country. Whether you’re a pro snowboarder or this is your first time hitting the slopes, there’s a chance for everyone to experience the unrivaled beauty and world-class skiing conditions of the Teton Mountains. If you decide that Jackson Hole is where you want to make your dream snowboarding trip a reality, don’t forget to check out all of the other amazing things to do here. Our complimentary Vacation Guide is the easiest way to find all of Jackson Hole’s best restaurants, attractions, and events!
How to Plan the Perfect Jackson Hole Snowboarding Adventure
When to Go
The Jackson Hole ski season is nearly five months long, giving both skiers and snowboarders plenty of time to carve their own path in the fresh powder. The season runs from opening day on November 24th until April 7th, but there is never a bad time to start planning your trip! If you’re trying to maximize your shred levels, Jackson Hole’s peak season (when you’ll find the best conditions) usually occurs around mid-January to February. Purchase your lift ticket now and take one step closer to some of the best slopes in North America.
Where to Go
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is no joke. Ranked number one on Forbes’ “top 10 ski resorts in North America,” Jackson Hole hosts some of the most impressive runs and expansive backcountry terrain in the country. The skiable area of Jackson Hole covers over 2,500 acres. This is by no means the country’s biggest resort, but with its large number of ski lifts and gondolas, almost every acre is easily accessible, making for an experience that bests even larger resorts like Whistler and Powder Mountain. Just take a look at their trail map and see for yourself!
Snow King Mountain Resort
Snow King Mountain is often referred to as Jackson Hole’s hometown hill. It was Wyoming’s very first ski resort and is just a short drive from Teton Village. Snow King offers world-class terrain and spectacular views of the Grand Teton Mountains. Four hundred rideable acres, three lifts, and 32 runs make this mountain ideal for both expert and novice snowboarders alike. Snow King Mountain Resort even offers night riding Tuesday through Saturday from 4 to 7 p.m.
Grand Targhee Resort
Another name near the top of Wyoming’s long list of incredible ski resorts is the Grand Targhee Resort. With 500 inches of annual snowfall, a total acreage of 2,600, and a base elevation of 7,851 feet, Grand Targhee is an awe-inspiring resort that offers skiers and snowboarders of all skill levels a great chance to hit the slopes this winter. If you’re visiting Jackson Hole in the summer, Grand Targhee is also a mountain biking and hiking paradise!
How to Get to Jackson Hole
The Jackson Hole Airport offers the easiest and most convenient access to all of Jackson Hole’s best ski resorts. The airport services direct flights from 12 major cities across the U.S. and is just seven minutes from Jackson, Wyoming. Occasionally, winter weather makes landing in Jackson quite difficult. When flights into Jackson Hole Airport are diverted, they usually end up in Idaho Falls Regional Airport or Salt Lake City, Utah, both of which are a couple of hours drive from Jackson Hole.
Find a Warm Place to Stay at the Bentwood Inn
When looking for the perfect place to call home this winter, look no further than the Bentwood Inn. Our Jackson Hole bed and breakfast is one of the best boutique hotels in the area and features comfortable accommodations and luxurious amenities. Upgrade the quality of your ski trip by staying in our Wildflower Room. Equipped with private fireplace, complimentary snowshoes, luxury bathrobes, and a balcony with garden access, this room has everything you might need to turn your average ski trip into the mountain retreat of a lifetime. Don’t wait to get your dream vacation underway. Book your stay with the Bentwood Inn today!