The legendary resort has received a steady stream of snowfall, with 117 inches of snow already recorded this season and more forecasted throughout the week and into next.
With these new lift openings, guests will be able to access 4,139 vertical feet of terrain, including Rendezvous Bowl, Cheyenne Bowl, Gros Ventre and Tram Line as well as a collection of prime beginner, intermediate and advanced terrain.
Five other lifts are currently operating: Teewinot, Après Vous, Sweetwater Gondola, Casper and Teton. Guests can stay up to date on terrain and lift openings using JHMR’s app, JH Insider.
“We are elated to open the Aerial Tram and upper mountain on December 3. The snowfall we have received thus far this season is providing some of the best early-season conditions we have seen in decades,” said Jackson Hole Mountain Resort President, Mary Kate Buckley.
“I hope everyone is excited as the Aerial Tram, Sublette and Bridger Gondola open up access to our world-class terrain.”
United’s brilliant Polaris Business Class cabin
WAYFARER recommends flying to Jackson Hole, Wyoming on United Airlines, which offers daily flights to the city from across America (including Denver, Los Angeles and San Francisco) and around the world.
Book a ticket on the long-haul sector in United’s Polaris Business Class cabin, which features flatbed seats, pyjamas (on flights over 12 hours), Saks Fifth Avenue bedding, premium inflight food and drinks, brilliant sleep-themed amenities, including new amenity kits which have been designed exclusively by Away and feature premium skincare items from Sunday Riley, alongside premium noise-reducing headphones and fantastic inflight hospitality.
It’s an exciting time for United, with the carrier dramatically increasing Australian services and debuting new United Clubs across the network.
To find out the latest at the airline, Wayfarer host Editor-In-Chief, James Wilkinson, exclusively spoke on camera to United Airlines’ Managing Director of Worldwide Sales, Marcel Fuchs, in Sydney recently and to view the video, click on the YouTube video below.