10 of the Best Ski Tours near Jackson Hole

Explore North America's backcountry skiing paradise: Jackson Hole.



Jackson Hole

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Jam-packed with steeps, chutes, and cliffs spread over 2500 acres, Jackson Hole is one big playground for experienced skiers. With more than 4000ft of vertical rise and an incredible 400-inch average annual snowfall, Jackson Hole should be on every good skier's bucket list.

We’ve compiled a list of daring adventures that take you to the best parts of Jackson Hole. To get you started: try Four Pines, a premier powder run with a little bit of everything. If you’re looking for a challenge that’s really off the beaten track, sink your teeth into No Name Canyon.



B Chute

A technical entrance into a clean chute.

Double Dog Leg

Hazardous and technical route finding, steep couloir skiing.

A Chute

A classic Granite Canyon Chute, steep and narrow.

Mile Long

Sustained, steep, and leg burning. Also, a major terrain trap!


A long, steep and sustained terrain trap

AAA Chute

A highly technical optional route into A chute.

Four Pines

A primo powder run, with a little bit of everything.

Air Force Chute

A primo, steep couloir, which is also a major terrain trap.