Jackson Hole – Impressive Preseason Snowfall – Photo Journal

October 3rd, 2019
A drone shot of Jackson Hole taken 30th September 2019. Photo:: JHMR

Mountainwatch | Matt Wiseman

Jackson Hole changed colour this week, not to be left out of the (very) early season snowfall that blanketed parts of North America a few days ago on September 30.

The resort recorded up to a foot of fresh depending on elevation and the result has everyone pretty excited – not to mention us, since it’s one this years Ikon Tour destinations. 

“Our second winter storm of the season has blanketed our beloved Teton mountains with over a foot of snow the past few days.” – JHMR

It comes just a few days after the resort announced it was going to be powered by 100% renewable energy (effective immediately). Check out the good karma they got as a result in the photos below…

 

Big Red Reaches the Summit in Snow

Current conditions looking like mid-winter at the top of Rendezvous Mountain ?

Posted by Jackson Hole Mountain Resort on Monday, September 30, 2019

 

Corbetts Corbet’s Cabin blanketed in a fresh white coat. Photo:: JHMR

 

Jackson’s Cody Peak. Photo:: JHMR

 

Ten Steep Bowl covered in snow. Photo:: JHMR

 

Corbet’s cabin looking like winter. Photo:: JHMR

 

A winter-esque inversion. Photo:: JHMR

 

Up to one foot of snow fell in places across Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Photo:: JHMR

 

Christening the snow blowers for the impending 2019/20 winter season. Photo:: JHMR

For more early season stoke, check out the situation in Alberta Canada, which saw up to 1 metre of snow from the spring system.


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