Jackson Hole, aptly known as "The Big One," has earned its reputation for offering steep and challenging terrain, with the infamous Corbet's Couloir as a standout feature. The 100-passenger aerial tram glides over the couloir, providing a thrilling spectacle for those onboard and an extra incentive for skiers not to crash while attempting the daring run. Given its reputation, it comes as no surprise that Jackson Hole boasts some of the most demanding terrain in North America. Approximately 50% of the resort's trails are designated for experts, providing an exhilarating playground for advanced skiers. Intermediate skiers can enjoy around 40% of the trails, while beginners have a smaller portion with only 10% of trails suitable for their level. With 1,261 meters of vertical drop and a vast 1,000 hectares of terrain, Jackson Hole caters to the most ambitious skiers, satisfying their desire for thrilling descents. Furthermore, backcountry enthusiasts can explore an additional 1,200+ hectares of pristine wilderness through the resort's backcountry gate system, providing even more opportunities for adventurous skiing and snowboarding.
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Jackson Hole is located in the state of Wyoming, USA, in the Teton Mountain Range near Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park, approximately 25 – 30 minutes drive from Jackson Hole Airport (JAC).
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