JHMR closes for the season

JACKSON, Wyo. — Jackson Hole Mountain Resort has officially closed the mountain for the remainder of the season.

The mountain suspended operations this morning and said it would continue to monitor the situation in response to COVID-19. The decision to close for the season came at around 2 p.m. today.

The resort joins Grand Targhee and all Colorado resorts in closing to help slow the spread of coronavirus. JHMR’s decision to close came after a verbal order from Governor Mark Gordon according to resort employees.

More information will be released later today, the resort said. Buckrail will update with more information as it is available.

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