Jackson Hole is tucked up in the northwest corner of Wyoming close to both Idaho and Montana. It is very close to Yellowstone National Park and basically right in the middle of Teton National Park.
It was a really beautiful place and unlike any other place I have been. The whole area is very remote and doesn't have the usual built-up feeling you get with ski towns.
We got in 3 days of skiing and also went out for 3 runs to shake the legs out. Nothing like running at 6,000 feet after a long day of skiing!
I would love to come back to ski Jackson again and would also love to come back in the summer. Maybe someday I'll make it out to the Teton ultras on Labor Day weekend.
(Looking up the mountain from the base)
(Looking over the surrounding mountains from the chair lift)
(The ski was such an incredible blue. The pictures don't really do it justice, but you can definitely get a sense for how beautiful it was)
(Looking out from the highest point at the top of the Tram at 10.5K feet. In the distance you can see the Grand Teton)
(A happy skier)
(More of that bluebird sky)
(Looking across the mountain)
(Looking out over the Snake River Valley)
(Grand Teton in the distance again)
(View of the surrounding area while I was out on a run. I came to a few spots that were even more scenic, but unfortunately my camera lense had frozen. It was about 10 degrees.)
(View of Jackson Hole while driving from the airport. What is amazing is that you can barely tell it is a ski area. Jackson has so much extreme terrain, trees, chutes, and out of bounds skiing, that you can barely tell it apart from the surrounding mountains.)