Jackson Hole Snowfall ’18 Reaches 502 Inches

Good news- the Snow Gods delivered for Jackson Hole final season totals for 2017/2018 season.

As our friends at the Mountain Resort put it in a spirited season re-cap, “here’s what 502” looks like.”

Check the clip from  the JHMR Blog and cheers to a memorable season!

Well, that’s a wrap Jackson Hole. Thank you for an incredible season filled with powder days, events, and plenty of tram laps. As we closed the doors yesterday our snow total surpassed the 500″ mark landing at an impressive 502″. The tram opens for the summer season on May 19th, 2018 and season passes for next winter are already on sale. With the countdown until summer and next winter already on its way, we wanted to show you a few of our favorite moments from each month this winter. Sit back, scroll down, and keep #jhdreaming. 


It seemed like as soon as we shut down summer tram operation in early October, snow began to grace the upper mountain and lingered into November. A few weeks before the season kicked off, the faucet turned on and we were rocking and rollin’! Our social posts indicated a ‘healthy’ winter and that seemed to follow suit throughout the rest of the season. Below, our VP of Operations, Tim Mason, takes a stroll or swim through the deep stuff near the Teton lift just before opening weekend. Opening weekend came and went with good snow and ample terrain open with an added bonus of blue sky!