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Terrain Parks - Snow King


Riders Guide

With its 1,500 vertical feet of skiing and near perfect fall lines, racers and speed demons love the runs here. There are a fair amount of spine-tingling steeps and chutes, and nearly 60 percent of the terrain is marked for the advanced skier or snowboarder. Beginners and intermediate skiers will do ok, but be knowledgeable of what level of snowboarding you can handle before you try to tackle this mountain. There are over 30 named trails and due to its size, this is the mountain the locals love. There are also terrain parks, a halfpipe, and night skiing on 100+ acres.

Parks and Pipes

The mid-mountain park located below the Old Man Flats ski run, has an impressive series of medium and small jumps, rails, walls, and other natural and manmade features. The lower mountain, "mini park" is located at the base of Snow King Mountain. The park consists of numerous rails and smaller sized jumps and features. The park is also home to the Wednesday Night Rail Jam Series.

Out of Bounds

In addition to great riding, there are loads of fantastic activities at the door step of this mountain. Guests can choose from sleigh rides through a national elk refuge, ice hockey games, sled dog tours, backcountry ski / snowboard tours, heli-skiing / snowboarding, snowshoeing, and more. In the town of Jackson, guests can visit the National Museum for Wildlife Art, the Center for the Arts, and the local theatre. There is definitely no shortage of activities in and around the area, be sure to check for special discounts on dining and other activities in the region.

Hangout & Hookup

Located slope side, guests are welcome to relax in The Lounge is found on the first floor just off the lobby at the resort. Formally known as The Shady Lady, the lounge is a longtime local favorite and offers an extensive bistro fare menu, delicious cocktails and regional craft brews. In the town of Jackson Hole, there is plenty of bars, pubs and lounges to enjoy.