Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Wyoming has seen an impressive snowfall this season, surpassing 300 inches. Despite relatively lean early season snowfall seen across the region, February brought a significant turnaround with over four feet of snowfall reported from February 3rd to 9th and again from February 10th to 16th. This recent abundance of snow has excited skiers and snowboarders, with the resort dubbing it the “powder portal” on their Instagram account. And really, who can argue with that statement?

Currently, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort has accumulated 309 inches of snow for the season, although this falls short of its average of 458 inches per winter. The previous winter topped out at 595 inches of snow in Rendezvous Bowl, making headlines and history. 

While it’s unlikely this season will match that record, there’s hope for March, historically known for substantial snowfall with 116 inches recorded in Rendezvous Bowl during the 2022-2023 winter. 

If the slow start to the snow season prevented you from finding time for a ski vacation this winter, NOW is the time to book it while the gettin’ is GOOD. Jackson Hole isn’t the only resort having a hay day either. Steamboat Springs, Colorado has extended its season through the end of April 2024, Crested Butte, Colorado has opened 100 % of its terrain for only the fourth time in its history (clearly getting dumped on!), and Park City, Utah is reporting its deepest February on record. 

Can’t decide where to go? Speak with a Mountain Travel Expert today. They’ll help you follow the snow, secure airfare, help you with accommodations, tickets and so much more!