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6 Reasons to Take Your Spring Break to Jackson Hole

By on March 10, 2020 Categories: Jackson Hole Entertainment, Jackson Hole Spring


Forget the over-crowded beaches filled with people trying to sell you over-priced sunglasses and head to Jackson Hole this spring break instead. There’s still plenty of world-class skiing and riding, loads of entertainment, and plenty of unique to have an action-packed spring break. Here’s a look at 6 reasons to head to Jackson Hole for Spring Break this year.


Party with the Powder

Think that just because it’s March that the snow stops falling? Think again. February and March are typically the snowiest months in Jackson Hole. This means there’s still plenty of incredible skiing and riding to do. 

This year Jackson Hole is offering up an awesome assortment of lift ticket and season pass deals. So if you already have an Ikon or Mountain Collective Pass you can score killer deals on lift tickets at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort this spring break.


The World’s Best Apres

If you’re looking for a party atmosphere, then you’ve come to the right place. Jackson, Wyoming offers a world of apres-ski venues. Complete with daily live music, drink specials, and killer views, you’ll be able to take your stoke from the slopes to the bar after each day. Don’t forget to visit the famous Cowboy Bar or hit up one of the amazing Jackson Hole eateries to nosh on some delicious local treats.


Family Fun

Wear out your kiddos with plenty of skiable terrain to discover. Drop the kids at ski school and spend the day at the spa. Or ring in the warmer season with sunny, fun-filled days on the slopes and tons of delicious eateries to enjoy. You can even go on a snowcat adventure into Yellowstone National Park. There’s plenty of kid-friendly activities in Jackson Hole. 


Earn Your Turns

Springtime is an excellent time of year for seasoned backcountry skiers and riders to visit Jackson Hole. If you’re the kind of person who likes to earn their turns, then you’ve got to check out Jackson Hole this spring break. Go on epic tours with the mighty Teton Range as a backdrop in some of the most iconic ski mountaineering terrain in the country. As always, be safe by planning ahead and doing your homework or hire a local guide to take you around and see the best backcountry terrain Jackson has to offer.


Rendevous Fest

Join us to celebrate the annual Rendevous Fest. Happening at both Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and downtown Jackson from March 26th through the 28th, the annual spring music festival puts a party vibe on your spring break. Spend the day skiing in the sunshine and then head down to the main stage for a night of free live music from world-famous bands like Bob Weir and the Wolf Bros and Maggie Rose. We even offer free transportation to and from the party.


Treat Yourself

If you’re not into the party vibes, then treat yourself to a relaxing spring break getaway. Our Wilderness Adventure Spa has plenty of unique treatments, services, and amenities so you can unwind and relax. Soak in our outdoor saltwater hot tub or enjoy a signature massage and high-altitude fascial. Relax and soak up the mountain environment at Spring Creek Ranch.


Take a Snowy Adventure in a National Park

There are plenty of unforgettable activities around Jackson Hole to fill your spring break calendar. When you need a break from the slopes, head out on an adventurous day to one of Jackson’s National Parks. Visit Yellowstone either by snowmobile or snowcoach. Beat the summer crowds with a wintery adventure to Yellowstone, featuring a trip to the Old Faithful geyser.

Alternatively, you can go on a wildlife viewing adventure in Grand Teton National Park by vehicle. Check out gravity-defying mountain views or even go on a sleigh ride through the nearby National Elk Refuge.

Trade the beach for the mountains this spring break and make everlasting memories with these amazing spring break activities in Jackson Hole. With so much to do, you’ll be glad you chose to have a mountain adventure in Jackson Hole this spring.