Jackson Hole Concludes Season With All-Time Snowfall Record

Jackson Hole Concludes Season With All-Time Snowfall Record

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Jackson Hole Concludes Season With All-Time Snowfall Record

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Yesterday, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Wyoming concluded its 2022-23 season, and it was a historic one. On Thursday, they got to 594 inches of snow on Rendevous Peak, which made it their snowiest winter ever. They wrapped up their season on April 9th, with them finishing with that 594″ mark. Here are some stats from Jackson Hole regarding their March snowfall, which are absolutely wild.

  • 116″ of total snowfall at the Rendezvous Bowl plot. This is the 4th-most snow recorded in 57 years of record-keeping and 186% of our monthly average.
  • 126″ of total snowfall at the Raymer plot. This is the 3rd-most snow recorded in the last 25 years and 167% of our monthly average.
  • 41″ at the Base plot, which is 205% above our historic average of 20″.

On a side note, I think that Jackson Hole wraps up its season too early. Many major ski resorts across the U.S. tend to stay open until at least the middle of April, and Jackson Hole has the dedicated community to keep it busy well into May.

To cap off their season, Jackson Hole posted a great 2022-23 season recap video. It features various snippets of powder skiing, corduroy ripping, and Corbets Culouir hucks, along with the monthly snowfall totals. You can watch their awesome edit below.

Image/Video Credits: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

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