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11 FEET of snow this month: Deepest January ever for Jackson Hole

16th January 2020 | Jackson Hole

News Regions: Wyoming

Resorts in this article: Jackson Hole

It has snowed 11 feet in Jackson Hole in January, with more on the way

It has snowed 11 feet in Jackson Hole in January, with more on the way

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With over 11 feet of snow blanketing the Tetons since January 1, 2020, conditions at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort are some of the snowiest of all time. 134 inches of snow has fallen on the upper mountain since the start of the new year, and current base depths of 91 inches make this January the deepest on record to date in the resort’s history. With 272 inches of total snow season to date, Jackson Hole is amongst the leading North American resorts for snowfall.

>> Check out our latest blog, which shows the all-time conditions we’ve been having.

Conditions are all-time in Jackson Hole.  - © Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

Conditions are all-time in Jackson Hole.

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“We’re in the flow,” stated JHMR Vice President of Operations Tim Mason. He went on to note, “I’m impressed by the virility and sustained nature of this storm cycle, and how our staff have responded to it. We have worked tirelessly to ensure the parking lots are plowed, buses are running, and the mountain opens in a timely and safe manner. Not to mention the skiing has been incredible; this is a January for the record books.”

>> Jackson Hole welcomes all season pass holders to any other resort 50% off lift tickets March 14-April 12, 2020.

If you've been thinking about skiing Jackson Hole, now is the time to go.  - © Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

If you've been thinking about skiing Jackson Hole, now is the time to go.

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Plan Your Trip to Jackson Hole

Pick from one of our many skiing and lodging packages. Also, we’ve just announced our Rendezvous Festival, March 27-28, 2020, headlining Bob Weir and Wolf Bros.

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