Winter Season Passes for Jackson Hole skiing are on sale now! Click here to buy.
Welcome to Snow King Mountain, Jackson Hole’s hometown ski hill.
Wyoming’s very first ski resort is still a great place to ski and snowboard 78 seasons later. The King is just steps from Jackson’s Town Square with terrain from beginner to expert, and great views of the town of Jackson and the Tetons.
With 400 skiable acres, 3 lifts and 32 named runs, Snow King is a world-class ski resort right in the heart of Jackson Hole.
2017 Winter Season
December 3rd, 2016 to March 26th, 2017
Season Pass Ticket Office
Season Passes can be purchased at Snow King Mountain Sports, located at 400 E Snow King Ave. (307) 201-5096. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Daily Lift Ticket Office
Snow King Mountain Summit Lift Ticket Office is located at 100 East Snow King Ave. Jackson, WY 83001. (307) 201-KING. email@example.com.
Snow King Passholder Benefits
Partner Resort Benefits
When is the Season Pass valid?
The regular season is scheduled for December 3rd, 2016-March 26th, 2017. Early season access is not included. Regular season dates subject to change based on weather or operational concerns.
What if I’ve never skied before?
It’s not too late to learn to ski! Our instructors have seen it all, and can help you learn to turn on our beginner-friendly rope tow area. You’ll learn to make wedge turns, and get comfortable on skis.
Do I need my own equipment?
The friendly folks at Snow King Mountain Sports, right in the Snow King Hotel just steps from the Rafferty Lift, can get you suited and booted with ski or snowboard equipment. Call them at 307-201-5096.
What should I wear?
The best option to stay comfortable on your Jackson Hole skiing trip is by wearing layers of clothing. Begin with a lightweight thermal base layer on both top and bottom, and then add to it from there including fleece pants and top if it’s chilly. If you prefer natural fibers choose wool over cotton. A waterproof or water-resistant top layer (pants and jacket) is recommended, along with warm gloves or mittens, and a balaclava or other face covering for very cold days. Always wear a helmet and goggles or sunglasses. Sunscreen is also a good idea as the sun bounces off the snow and can be quite powerful.
Is there a downloadable trail map?
You can download the winter trail map here.
No Dogs Allowed at Snow King Mountain
Dogs are not allowed at Snow King Mountain during operating hours.
Assumption of Risk
Alpine recreation is a high-risk activity. Know your limitations. Ski and ride safely, sober, and in control. Individuals who are impaired by alcohol or drugs, not following posted signage, or behaving recklessly are subject to suspension of lift privileges and/or legal action. All visitors to SKMR assume and accept risks of injury, damage, or loss.
Your Responsibility Code (Courtesy of the NSAA)
Kids 5 & Under Ski Free!