Jackson Hole

Between two mountain ranges in Wyoming lies the majestic valley of Jackson Hole, first settled in the 1870’s and home to fur trappers and cowboys and those first Ranches were the start of tourists visiting this unique valley.

Jackson Hole is a ski-paradise. It has the lightest powder you will ever encounter and no crowds, an annual snowfall of well over 1,000 cm, mountain runs you will have all to yourself (without needing to go off-piste as on average only 1,750 skiers or boarders use the 2,500 acres of pisted terrain any day); the longest vertical drop of any US resort and steeps like nothing you will have skied or boarded before: so coated in powder they elevate your performance to expert. Two terrain parks, one for experts only and a SuperPipe keep boarders challenged, and the off piste arena is some of the best in the world. A skier's Nirvana.

But Jackson Hole is also a great a place for recreational skiers with beginner and intermediate trails making up half the terrain, and at 1250 acres it is larger than many resorts; and we have the famed Mountain Sports School and the piste-side Jackson Hole Kids Ranch.

And if you don’t ski there is much, much more to Jackson Hole than skiing with activities such as hiking, high-rope-climbing, paragliding, skidoo-ing and fly-fishing.

Bentwood Lodge is not just a cozy and spacious base to enjoy all that Jackson Hole has to offer; but one of the most authentic American lodge experiences in the world.


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