Yellowstone National Park

Downhill Skiing in the Yellowstone Area

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Big Sky Ski & Summer Resort:

With an annual snowfall of 400 inches, 3,500 acres of skiable terrain, 80 miles of named runs, and 4,350 feet of vertical drop, it's no wonder why Big Sky Ski Resort is a popular destination for ski vacations!  Even more impressive is the fact that Big Sky is nationally recognized for its lack of crowds.  Here, you won't spend much more time skiing the seemingly infinite terrain and less time standing in line.  Big Sky is an excellent choice for the Yellowstone visitor, because it's only 45 miles from the West Entrance of Yellowstone National Park.

Big Sky Trail Maps:

Mountain Statistics:

Summit (Lone Peak) - 11,150 feet
Base (Mountain Village) - 7,500 feet
Base (Lone Moose) - 6,800 feet
Ski Terrain
3,500 acres - 100 named runs covering 85 miles on two separate mountains.
Slope Difficulty
43% advanced / expert
47% intermediate
10% beginner
Skiable Vertical
4,380 feet
Longest Run
Liberty Bowl to Mountain Mall - 6 miles
Average Lift Line
Consistently recognized in national ski magazines for short or non-existent lines.
Average Winter Daytime Temperature
20 degrees F
Average Annual Snowfall
400+ inches
Lift Capacity
20,000 skiers per hour
Ski Season Opens
November 25, 1999
Ski Season Ends
April 23, 2000

Lift Statistics:

Vertical Ft Ft. Length Ride Time
Lone Peak Tram, 15-passenger car
1,450 2,828 4
Swift Current, high-speed quad
1,647 8,555 9
Thunder Wolf, high-speed quad
1,728 5,966 6
Ramcharger, high-speed quad
1,160 4,578 5
Gondola One, 4-passenger car
1,525 8,530 12
Iron Horse, quad chair
894 3,370 8
Southern Comfort, triple chair
1,256 6,050 12
Pony Express, triple chair
560 3,100 8
Lone Peak, triple chair
833 2,920 6
Lone Moose, triple chair
1284 4000 8
Shedhorn, double chair
1,484 4,623 9
Challenger, double chair
1,672 4,756 9
Explorer, double chair
622 3,700 7
Big Sky also has 4 surface tows

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Jackson Hole Ski Resort:

Location: Teton Village, Wyoming is 12 miles northwest of the town of Jackson on Highway 390 via Highway 22. It is also only five hours drive northeast of Salt Lake City, UT, site of the 2002 Olympics.

Dates and Hours of Operation:
December 2, 2000, through April 8, 2001
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. daily



Group Rates Also Available

Mountain Statisitics:
Terrain: 2 mountains, Apres Vous and Rendezvous
2,500 acres of in-bounds terrain
Vertical drop of 4,139 feet (greatest continuous rise in U.S.)


38 expert runs, 50% of terrain
30 intermediate runs, 40% of terrain
8 beginner runs, 10% of terrain

Base elevation: 6,311 feet/1924 meters
Summit elevation:10,450 feet/3185 meters
Uphill capacity:12,096 skiers per hour

• Open backcountry gate system accesses over 3000+ acres

• One aerial tram
One eight pax high speed gondola
Two detachable quad chairlifts
Four fixed grip quad chairlifts
• One triple chairlift
• One double chairlift
• One magic carpet
Annual average snowfall since 1996, over 500 inches. (402" over 30 yrs)

Temperature: Average temperature is 21 degrees Fahrenheit in the valley.
Temperature inversions caused by warm air rising and cold air staying on the valley floor will raise slope temperatures by 20-40°


Jackson Hole Ski and Snowboard School
Individual instruction, video evaluations, race clinics, guide service and Wild West Adrenaline Camp Series — Camps for Skiers and Snowboarders.
Bridger Center
Home to Jackson Hole Sports™ (rentals, demo center, apparel), Hole in the Wall™ Snowboard Shop (rentals, demo center, apparel), Bridger Bagels serving fresh coffee and bagels.
Saddlehorn Center
HQ for snow shoeing, cross-country skiing, dog sledding and telemark adventures. Tours available into Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks for all activities.
Guest Service Center
Free Mountain Hosts — complimentary two hour mountain tour every day.
Vertical Foot Club Membership — loyalty program that records vertical feet skied during your vacation.
Ski with an Olympian — Monday to Friday, Pepi Stiegler Olympic Gold Medalist hosts complimentary tours with tips.
Concierge, Lost and Found, Comments and Questions.
NASTAR and Pay course racing

Casper Restaurant (9,900 square foot mid-mountain facility). Nick Wilsons Cowboy Café serving breakfast, lunch and Apres Ski bar.
New Restaurant at the Teton Club, breakfast, lunch and dinner
Solitude Cabin Dinner Sleigh Rides - unique fine dining every night at a rustic log cabin set in the woods. Horse drawn carriages take guests for two separate dinner settings through a romantic tree lined route from the base of the mountain. Watch out for the moose!

Outdoor ice skating on Crystal Springs Pond in Teton Village.

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