- 22 Resorts
- Consistent Snow
- Diverse destinations
- Resorts open before those of many other states
- Home to Vail, Beaver Creek, Copper Mountain
Grand Targhee Resort located in Alta, Wyoming within the Caribou-Targhee National forest is notoriously known for having deep powder combined with excellent terrain options. Located near the border of Idaho and Wyoming, Grand Targhee is situated on the west side of the grand Tetons and is consistently hit by pacific-born storms that stack up against the Tetons.
The ski area is home to an excellent trail system that has terrain options for all abilities. The resort provides guests with spectacular scenery combined with great snow and a laid back atmosphere. The ski area is a paradise for powder lovers and is full of great diverse and fun terrain.
Located on the western slope of the Tetons, Grand Targhee Resort spans across two skiable mountains: Fred’s Mountain and Peaked Mountain. The two mountains are linked by 2,602 acres of lift accessible terrain while Mary’s Nipple offers additional in-bounds hike-to terrain. Averaging an annual snowfall of 500+ inches of light powder and featuring a 2,270 foot vertical rise, skiers and snowboarders will find themselves enchanted by spectacular scenery and un-crowded trails in a charming western small town.
Grand Targhee Resort provides visitors with a ski and snowboard school with adult and kids programs, ski equipment rentals and sales. The area also is home to snowshoe & back-country tours, snow-cat adventures, slope-side restaurant, café and full-service bar with nightly entertainment. The resort is also home to a tubing park and 15 km of groomed Nordic ski trails.