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Jackson Hole’s 2017 Opening Weekend Was A Beach Party To Remember

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort photo.

122 inches into the season, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort opened to an absolute banger of a Thanksgiving weekend, giving all the snow-hungry locals a chance to work off the stuffing and gravy and get those eager ski legs a chance to get back on snow.

The resort opened Friday, with 8 out of 12 lifts running including both Gondolas and over 2,700 feet of vert open for skiing all the way down from the top of Thunder chair. There was even pow to found for those who looked for it. 

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort photo.

While conditions were mostly springlike, with warm temperatures and sunshine in the Tetons, coverage was impressive for November 24th. Let’s be real, skiing corn is fun even in November. 

More snow is forecasted for this week, so winter will return shortly.

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