Each winter, people come all around the world to ski or ride at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and very few leave disappointed. With 4,139 vertical feet from top to base, you can easily lap miles and miles in a day. Though JHMR is well known for its expert terrain (including some legendary in-bound leaps, such as Corbet’s Couloir), in recent years they have made special efforts to cater to intermediate and beginning skiers. The Casper high-speed quad, opened in 2012, lets intermediates make laps all day long. There are also terrain parks scattered throughout the mountain. Snow King Ski Resort, located in the town of Jackson, is known as the “Town Hill” and mainly serves locals who like to ski laps or get a few runs in during lunch break. However, this mountain has incredibly steep (and sometimes icy) north-facing terrain and race teams like to train on it. It's also the scene of the “World Championship Snowmobile Hill Climb” each spring.
Groups: Jackson Hole Ski Club Jackson Hole Babe Force
Races (or Events): Dick's DitchTown Downhill
Retailers: Jackson Hole Sports