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Airports: The Jackson Hole Airport (JAC) is unique among the country's airports. It's the only airport located entirely inside a national park. Yup, Grand Teton National Park isn't home to just moose, bears, elk, bison, eagles, and wolves, but also American Airlines, Delta, Northwest, Skywest, United, United Express and, seasonally, Frontier.
Most flights from JAC go to (and come from) Denver (United) and Salt Lake City (Delta/Skywest). Depending on the time of the year, there are also direct flights from Los Angeles (United), Chicago (United), Dallas/Fort Worth (American), and Atlanta (Delta).
The drive from the Jackson Hole Airport to JHMR is 30 minutes. There’s never any traffic.
Some people fly into Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC), which is a five-hour drive away. The Idaho Falls Airport, Fanning Field (IDA), is about two hours away.
AllTrans [800-443-6133] operates a shuttle to Jackson and Teton Village from the Airport. Taxi fares to Jackson and Teton Village are fixed. The AllTrans shuttles are about half the price of a cab.
Salt Lake Express [800-356-9796] runs once-daily shuttle to/from Jackson from/to the SLC airport and several times daily from/to the Idaho Falls Airport.
Getting Around: START (Southern Teton Area Rapid Transit) buses run routes within the town of Jackson as well as between Jackson and Teton Village. The buses within the town of Jackson are free and generally run from around 7 a.m. until 10 p.m. It’s a $3 one-way fare from Jackson to Teton Village (or vice versa). START drivers can’t make change and plan accordingly. Most hotels around the valley have bus schedules.
JHMR runs free shuttles from its free satellite parking lot at the intersection of Highway 22 and Teton Village Road. Parking at the resort itself is between $5 and $10.
P.O. Box 550
Projected Opening Ski Season: 11/24/2012
Projected Closing Ski Season: 04/07/2013
Projected Days Open: 116
Days Open Last Year: 128
Years Open: 48
Average Snowfall: 450"
Pros: Views, No Lift Lines, Food
Cons: Crowded Runs, Expensive, No Middle Ground
Pros: Terrain, snow, town, experience
Pros: Tons of skiable area, and very few people
Cons: so cold, a little hard to get to
Pros: huge terrain, no lift lines ,decent snow
Cons: very expensive
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