After old man winter failed to show up, Jackson Hole is pushing back opening day for what seems like the first time in recent memory.
Wyoming’s premiere ski resort will now have to assess snow conditions and forecasts moving forward and will base an opening date on those parameters in the coming week. In lieu of fresh lines, JHMR will offer sightseeing atop the tram along with 2 for 1 waffles in the famous Corbets Cabin.
“While we saw some of the white stuff today, it just wasn’t enough. JHMR has decided to postpone the opening of the season, and will not open on Thanksgiving Day for skiing and riding. The Aerial Tramway will open for sightseeing only Friday and Saturday, November 25th and 26th from 10am until 2pm.” – Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
We will keep you updated on an opening date as more information becomes available.
Find the the Jackson Hole News & Guide article here: Snow shortage delays resort opening