Jackson Hole Receives Six Inches–Check Out Photo
Jackson Hole Gets the Goods
(Teton Village, WY October 1st 2009). One degree of separation turned rain into snow in the Teton Range today with upwards of 6 inches of fluff falling at the upper elevations. Winter has touched down in Jackson Hole Mountain Resort blanketing the mountains and the valley, and marking the beginning of a weather cycle that makes Jackson Hole home to the deepest winters, softest skiing and greatest powder in the Rockies.
While today’s snow will likely be tomorrow’s river runoff, old man winter’s first visit to Jackson Hole is celebrated by skiers and snowboarders alike, who keenly anticipate the greatest season at the biggest mountain in the North America*. With more snow in the forecast, the following 58 days will witness the rolling out of winter’s white carpet as Jackson Hole Mountain Resort prepares to open on November 28th.
With an average annual snowfall of 459 inches the Jackson Hole snow story is well known. Yet the last two years have far surpassed the averages with 602 inches and 502 inches respectively. With the Farmer’s Almanac predicting a snowy winter for 2010 the future is looking white for Jackson Hole.
Rev your winter engine by booking a Jackson Hole vacation today. Call (888) 838 6606, and get your 4th Flight Free!
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