Jackson Hole Ski Getaways
If you're like many skiers and riders arriving in Jackson Hole, your very bumpy plane landing is just a precursor to the adventure waiting for you on the mountain. Might as well get used to that feeling of slight jitters, because it'll probably be with you for much of your stay. True, Jackson Hole isn't all about taking routes that scare the pants off you, but you'll get the most out of the two mountain peaks if you go beyond your comfort zone. The best reason to come here is because when you leave, you'll be a much better skier or rider, guaranteed. This isn't your classical music kind of experience, it's punk rock all the way! So shake things up a bit and be adventurous while you're here. There's plenty of opportunity for your classical experience back home at your local mountains, which will seem like tiny hills after this.
Rendezvous Mountain has some of the steepest in-bounds terrain around. Adjacent Apres Vous Mountain and the lower elevations of Rendezvous are gentler, with fabulous intermediate slopes and a top-notch learning area. The views are astonishing. Jagged peaks soar out of a narrow flat plain that's sliced by the winding Snake River. It is with an inspiring sense of wonder that you realize Jackson and its surrounding wilderness are part of the 1.7-million-acre Bridger-Teton National Forest and adjacent to Grand Teton National Park.