Jackson Hole Mountain Resort attracts mostly advanced skiers, and much of the resort’s terrain caters to them accordingly. In recent years, however, the resort has added features for intermediate skiers, including widened trails and a chair lift to take newbies to those areas.
The resort offers ski lessons for kids, divided by age groups. It also offers day care services (available in half- or full-day sessions for children between 6 and 36 months of age) and Kids Night Out, an evening babysitting service.
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort offers several slopeside accommodations — options include Teton Mountain Lodge & Spa, Four Seasons Resort Jackson Hole, Hotel Terra Jackson Hole, Snake River Lodge & Spa, Inn at Jackson Hole and Alpenhof Hotel , all of which offer pools and hot tubs.
The resort offers several dining options, some exclusively open in the winter and others only open during the summer. In the winter, Casper Restaurant is a good bet for families, with a burger bar and a “warm-up station” with hot drinks. During the summer, head to Tin Tin Cantina (a food truck) or The Deck for casual fare and gorgeous views of the Teton Mountains.
Several ticket options are available, including beginner lift tickets, which start at $16, and half-day passes, which start at $37. If you want to purchase full- or multi-day tickets, you’ll want to get a JCard — a reloadable pass.
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is located approximately 30 minutes from Jackson Hole Airport, which is serviced by most major airlines. From there, rent a car or book a shuttle via AllTrans — it’s $31 per person, round trip.