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Battle of the Build: June Tram Progress

With just 6 months to go, Jackson Hole is making good progress on their new tram. Get the update for June 2008, including the scoop on a glass wall through which guests can see the inner workings of the tram.

New at Jackson Hole: Mountain Restaurants, Energy Use, and More


Non-stop UA flights from Chicago and LA, an eco-boutique hotel, and 100% renewable energy offsets are among the newest developments at JHMR this winter.

Jackson Hole Opens Bridger Gondola


Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is opening Bridger Gondola - meaning, 2,800 feet of vertical.

Coombs Honored by Jackson Hole


Following the tragic death of legendary skier and mountaineer Doug Coombs in Europe last spring, many fellow skiers struggled to come to terms with the loss.

Follow That Cab!


A Jackson Hole shuttle service brings the Teton Pass backcountry to the masses.

Jackson Hole Gets Hit Hard with Snow


In the past week, JHMR has received 50 inches of snow, bringing the cumulative total to 258 inches, with summit and mid-mountain depths of 75 and 71 inches, respectively.

Jackson Hole Narrows Tram Replacement Options


The June 2005 decision to close the Aerial Tram in October 2006 was made following 18 months of unprecedented evaluation into all facets of Tram operations by leading industry engineers. The results required Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) to make a decision regarding ongoing tram operations.

Sustainable Slopes: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort


Sustainable Slopes: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Celebrates Unprecedented Winter Season


Closing day at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) saw 4000 skiers and snowboarders celebrating the last run and brought an incredible winter season to a fitting close.

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