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Your Spring Skiing Itinerary

Jackson Hole's ski season runs through early April, and spring skiing is one of the best ways to take advantage of all that the mountain has to offer. Our Pathfinders put together the perfect itinerary for a day on (and off) the mountain.

The Bistro Croque Madame

Rise & Shine

Awaken from a beautiful slumber in your room or suite and head down to The Bistro for a grab and go house-made pastry and custom coffee or a hearty sit down breakfast to fuel you up before heading to the mountain.

Head over to the hotel’s King Street driveway entrance to be whisked to the mountain in style on our private ski shuttle. The shuttle offers three nonstop trips to Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in the morning, so be sure to sign up at the front desk ahead of time to request preferred shuttle time and check availability. You’ll be dropped off just below the Tram Tower at the perfect location to start your day on the slopes.

Morning Shuttle Times: 7:25am, 8:35am, 9:45am

Skier in winter close up

Suit Up & Get Familiar

We recommend that you book your lift tickets in advance to ensure you can ski on the days you are staying with us.

Whether you brought your own gear or renting with Black Tie, The Cloudveil has an exclusive location at the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort to suit up as well as drop off gear at the end of the day. Our Chalet is located next to the Bridger Gondola in the lobby of Walk Festival Hall, and is open 8am – 5pm. The chalet includes an area for getting ready to ski as well as access to bathrooms. Guests may leave shoes and their gear at our Ski Chalet. We will not have storage for other items. Lockers are available through the Mountain Resort at Tram Building and Bridger Center if needed.

JHMR offers complimentary intermediate mountain tours every morning at 9:30am, which is a great way to get familiar with the mountain if it’s your first time. While it’s touted as an intermediate tour, guides can point out the best steeps, tree runs and groomers. The tour not only familiarizes you with the mountain, it allows you to find your favorite run. The tour conveniently meets in front of the Walk Festival Hall and takes about 1.5 hours, then you’re free to explore on your own.

Download the JH Insider app for up to minute snow conditions, maps, contacts, food orders and trail status.

JHMR Bridger Gondola Winter

On The Mountain

We recommend that you stay mid-mountain and above all day to avoid crowds at the base, and to take advantage of the best snow conditions as well.

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort has over 130 named trails including 50% expert, 40% intermediate and 10% beginner. The mountain features 13 lifts including Bridger Gondola and “Big Red” – the world-famous Aerial Tram. With 2,500 acres of in-bound terrain and an incredible 4,139-foot vertical drop, there’s plenty to keep you busy!

If you’re planning ahead, you can view the mountain map as well as download it to your phone for reference. Here you can also view lift status and conditions.

After a few hours enjoying powdery snow and bluebird skies, you’re sure to work up an appetite. You’ll find great options on the mountain including Casper Restaurant and Piste (with an inviting bar scene and unbeatable views), which offer sit down dining, as well as Rendezvous Lodge which offers casual, multi option food as well as a bar so you can ski in and be back on the runs in no time.

Aprés The Best Way

Aprés ski is most definitely a thing around here, and it’s the perfect way to end a memorable day on the mountain. No matter what your fancy, Teton Village and the town of Jackson have great options for cocktails, bites and conversation recapping the day. If you’re looking for casual, western-themed & live-music, Mangy Moose is a staple in the Village. If you’re looking for refined yet still laid-back, the rustic-chic Spur Restaurant & Bar is the perfect spot to warm up & wind down. The new RPK3 offers another fun aprés scene and people watching as it sits adjacent to the Tram.

Heading back into town to aprés? Cloudveil’s location on Town Square makes walking to some of our favorite establishments a breeze. For an authentic western experience, head over to Million Dollar Cowboy Bar. For a refined and truly “local” spot, Local is it.

Cloudveil’s private shuttle leaves Teton Village at 2:30pm, 4:00pm & 5:30pm. If you find yourself aprés-ing longer, the START Bus runs several trips from the Village to Town as well.

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