JHMR remains vigilant with COVID-19 protocols through season’s end

TETON VILLAGE, Wyo. —Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) is pleased to remain open through the scheduled winter season until Apr. 11, 2021 with enhanced health and safety protocols.

JHMR will continue requiring face coverings and keeping all health protocols in place through the end of the season as well as following all local, state, and federal health orders.

“We are so grateful to be able to stay open all season,” stated JHMR Vice President of Operations, Tim Mason. He went on to note, “Spring is here and we all are enjoying the warming temperatures and sunshine. However, we are not in the clear yet in terms of health and safety with COVID-19. We ask our guests to remain vigilant and follow all health and safety guidance.”

April 1, “April Fools’ Day,” has always been an unofficial and unsanctioned event at JHMR. This year, more than ever, JHMR asks everyone on the mountain that day to be careful, respectful and follow all health and safety protocols.

For details and a comprehensive list of frequently asked questions regarding JHMR’s updated operations and policies surrounding COVID-19, click here.

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