JHMR reminds community that uphill travel is prohibited

TETON VILLAGE, Wyo. — Despite the early seasonal closure of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, uphill traffic is still prohibited.

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort has a special use permit which gives the resort rights to prohibit uphill traffic. In addition, the land around the base area is privately held and access to the mountain by way of the property is not allowed at this time.

Ski Patrol and essential staff are on mountain performing closing operations. JHMR is not staffed to rescue individuals that may become injured on the hill. Dangers include, but are not limited to, slope vehicle traffic and unusual or unexpected variations in terrain i.e. road cuts, holes in snow, etc.

Please respect this request for your safety and the safety of the JHMR workers.

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