Wyoming Ski Resorts

The Teton Mountain Range is known for it's extreme terrain. There are two major resorts. Jackson Hole is located 12 miles northwest of the town of Jackson and Grand Targhee is located near the Idaho border. Jackson Hole has a variety of terrain and is famous for its vertical terrain and backcountry access. Sleeping Giant is the most northerly resort 3 miles from Yellowstone National Park. It is one of America's oldest ski areas.
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1571 ft vertical, 4 lifts, 16 trails, 400 skiable acres
Full service resort facility at Jackson Hole at the southeast edge of the city.
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600 ft vertical, 3 lifts, 24 trails, 60 skiable acres
Hogadon Ski Area located 15 minutes from downtown Casper, Wyoming. It offers a good mix of alpine terrain covering 60 acres and a vertical of 600 ft. Casper Mountain Trails Center for nordic skiing is located on Casper Mountain. The area encompasses approximately 42 kilometers of groomed cross country trails for both classical and skating styles of skiing.
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1400 ft vertical, 2 lifts, 30 trails
Located in Cokeville, Wyoming the resort offers 1400 vertical feet, 30 runs with great powder and differing in degrees of difficulty, and quad lift.
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810 ft vertical, 3 lifts, 49 trails, 184 skiable acres
One of America's oldest ski areas located in Cody, Wyoming. Terrain park, twice the vertical from the old days, challenging tree skiing & boarding. 3 miles from Yellowstone National Park.
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5 lifts, 27 trails
Ski and Recreation Area with a few short, steep runs located 32 miles west of Laramie, Wyoming, in the Snowy Range Mountains.
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1100 ft vertical, 2 lifts, 25 trails, 370 skiable acres
Downhill skiing, snowboarding and cross country trails offered at this resort located northeast of Pinedale, Wyoming.
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