Press Release – Jackson Hole: Deepest February Ever

February 15th, 2019
  

 

Tony Harrington getting deep during Jackson Hole’s deepest every February. Photo: Coen Bennie-Faull

 

Mountainwatch | Press Release

Teton Village, WY, February 14, 2019:  With 97 inches (2.46m) of snowfall on the upper mountain since the start of the month, February 2019 is now the deepest February in Jackson Hole’s history. With 18 inches (45cms) of snow in the last 24 hours, the base depths at the upper mountain measure at 99 inches (2.5m).   Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) is experiencing some of the deepest snow conditions in the country right now.

 

It’s been a fun Feb in Jackson Hole. Jeff Leger getting amongst it. Photo: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

 

“It’s been dumping almost non-stop this month,” stated Vice President of Operations, Tim Mason.  “The one clear day we’ve had this month, we hosted the Kings and Queens of Corbet’s event.  It was incredibly fortuitous that we experienced the weather window to hold the event and showcase the tremendous snow conditions for the athletes,” Mason went on to note.  Guest arriving this holiday weekend are in for prime mountain conditions, with more snow forecasted through Saturday morning.