The greater Yellowstone region boasts several world-class mountain resorts. Skiers and snowboarders will find a variety of terrain for all skill levels at any of the outstanding large and small family resorts in the Greater Yellowstone Region.
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Teton Village has 4,139 feet of vertical and 2,500 acres of in-bound skiing, with lots of expert, intermediate, and beginner terrain.
In Utah, the Ski Salt Lake resorts—Alta, Brighton, Snowbird, and Solitude—are known for their diverse terrain and abundant snowfall (more than 500 inches annually). All are just 40 minutes away from downtown Salt Lake City. From the 85 runs over 2,500 acres at Snowbird to the guided snowcat skiing at Alta, winter enthusiasts will find all they’re looking for in Utah’s resorts.
Immediately north of Salt Lake City, the Layton area offers some of the closest lodging to Snowbasin and Powder Mountain. Snowbasin also offers lift-served mountain biking on 25 miles of trails, and open-air concerts in the summer.
Big Sky Resort, just 44 miles from the Bozeman airport, is home to “America’s Biggest Skiing.” The Big Sky Resort-Moonlight Basin interconnect provides access to more skiable acres than anywhere else in the nation. With a Lone Peak Pass lift ticket, you’ll be able to ski or ride all of it. Enjoy a day skiing one of the country’s longest vertical drops—4,350 feet—and 3,812 acres of in-bounds terrain, including runs that stretch for six miles. Big Sky is also known for its 400 bowls, a summit elevation of more than 11,000 feet, and prolific powder. Open Thanksgiving weekend through mid-March.
Find America’s best skiing on America’s best snow when you visit any of 26 unique ski areas and resorts in Colorado.
The cozy lodges at Grand Targhee Resort in Alta, Wyoming, offer comfortable, affordable rooms in a pristine, peaceful high-alpine environment. Enjoy complimentary wi-fi, pool and hot tub access with a variety of activities—including scenic chairlift rides, biking, and dining—right outside your door.