Santa cycle delivers yet again: Grand Targhee 15″, JHMR 12″

JACKSON, WYO – Jackson’s skiers and riders always seem to have the same thing at the top of their Christmas list… SNOW.

With a few high and dry weeks and the community on extra good behavior, the “Santa Cycle”, once again, delivers fresh snow this holiday season. Both Grand Targhee Resort and Jackson Hole Mountain resort are reporting double digit overnight snowfall numbers for the first time since both resorts opened this year. The Bridger Teton Avalanche center has issued a HIGH avalanche danger today at the upper elevations(9,000′- 10,500′) and a winter storm warning has been issued through 5pm today.

The point forecast for Teton Village from NOAA indicates another 26″ possible by Christmas day.



Just in time for the storm, Buckrail is pleased to introduce the Jackson Hole Snow Report Dashboard.

Share your pow day photos with the community. Tag @buckrailnews on Facebook and Instagram.

Have fun and be safe out there today!

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