Ski Resorts in Wyoming

The Wyoming ski resort experience is one of extremes, from big guns like the oft- and aptly praised Jackson Hole Mountain Resort to small-scale, great-value secrets like Pine Creek. This massive state’s winter-specific assets—as in 400 annual inches of snow spread across 33 million acres with very few fellow skiers and ‘boarders—make Wyoming the state for skiers in the know. The resorts are scattered across seven different mountain ranges. Of them, Jackson Hole is the steepest and deepest, with the famed experts-only Corbet’s Collier, acres of backcountry, and new novice-friendly runs. Big Horn, meanwhile, offers slim crowds and a near-even split on terrain difficulty, while Sleeping Giant lies just outside the east entrance of Yellowstone with a modest 17 runs and access to acres of cross-country ski trails. Regardless of where you end up, the opulent scenery of the state—the granite spires of the Tetons, the wide sweep of the Snake River, the banner parklands of Yellowstone—the will assure that you’ll never want to leave. And don’t forget that Grand Targhee Resort, a wonderland of deep powder stashes just shy of the Wyoming border with Idaho, is only about two hours away from Jackson Hole.


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