With steeps that challenge skiing’s best athletes and ripping groomers that thrill casual skiers and newcomers alike, Snow King Mountain is a world-class ski resort with unparalleled experiences.
Locally known as “the Town Hill”, Snow King is the only mountain resort located in the Town of Jackson, Wyoming. With plenty of hiking, biking, and backcountry trails, Snow King offers a suite of outdoor recreational activities and heart stopping views of the town of Jackson and Grand Teton National Park. Whether you’re looking to relax while taking in the sights and sounds from atop the Scenic Chairlift or searching for adventure while flying down the Cowboy Coaster, Snow King is a year-round activity hub in the heart of Jackson.
The Cowboy Coaster track is built up to 43 feet above the ground, carries riders 370 vertical feet up Snow King Mountain and downhill on 3,295 feet of track, with 4 circles and 6 bridges.Ride the Coaster
Snow King offers biking trails for novice to advanced riders.
“The Ballpark” at Snow King plays hosts to free summer concerts.
Snow King hosts Jackson’s only Alpine Slide & Alpine Coaster.
Snow King is just a short 10 min walk from the Town Square.
Snow King’s miles of hiking trails offer huge Teton views.
Snow King’s Suds At The Summit event offers free local brew.
Snow King Mountain Resort offers six superb beginner trails and thirteen intermediate ski and snowboarding runs which are distinctly separated from the expert trails, providing a secluded area generally free of expert traffic, making for the ideal ski and snowboard learning environment. Fifteen expert trails coupled with advanced and expert tree skiing make Snow King an excellent place to be on powder days in Jackson Hole.
Snow King Mountain boasts 32 ski runs over 400 acres.
Intermediate to advanced slope-style and rail parks await.
Snow King offers a total of 3 lifts: A Double, Triple and Quad.
Snow King boasts 1,571 feet of vertical gain rising to 7,808.
Jackson’s first ski resort is known as The Local’s Mountain.
Snow King sees an average snowfall of 66 inches each year.