Jackson Hole is aptly nicknamed “The Big One”, given it’s gnarly reputation for steep challenging terrain (read: Corbet’s Couloir). A 100 passenger aerial tram, passes over the aforementioned couloir, providing a spectacle for those within and an added incentive not to crash from anyone brave enough to attempt the notorious run.

It’s unsurprising then that Jackson has arguably some of the most challenging terrain in all of North America, 50% of it designated for experts, while 40% of trails are suited to intermediate skiers and a mere 10% of trails skiable by beginners. 1261m of vertical and 1000 hectares of terrain are sure to satisfy even the most hard charging skier, whilst an additional 1200+ hectares are available to backcountry enthusiasts via the resorts backcountry gate system.

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