(December 19, 2012 - Teton Village, WY) It’s a December to remember with over 100 inches (8.5 feet) of snow so far this month and 18 days straight of snowfall at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR).
“This is really a phenomenal start to our season,” stated Jerry Blann, President of JHMR. “Base depths are well above average and conditions are fantastic heading into the holiday period. We now have 100% of our terrain open, including Corbet’s Couloir, which opened earlier today.”
With over 14 feet of snow this season to date, Jackson Hole is leading the Rocky Mountain region in snowfall totals.
The combination of great snow and free festive events in Teton Village make Jackson Hole the perfect winter wonderland to spend the holidays. It’s not too late to plan your trip, through December 31, 2012 book a Jackson Hole vacation including air, lodging and lift tickets and save $500. www.jacksonhole.com/save500
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