In case you missed it, a massive storm cycle hit Jackson Hole last week. The good news? The storm dropped +30 inches of snow in the just 48 hours. The bad news? More than a dozen high tension power poles along highway 390 south of Teton Village snapped. These poles provide electricity to the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, powering their lifts, the iconic Jackson Hole tram, their lodges and the village at the base of the resort.
After 5 days, power has been successfully restored to Teton Village. Jackson Hole Mountain Resort announced it will re-open today, Monday February 13, with all lifts and most mountain facilities operating on their regular winter schedule. All lifts and systems have been tested to ensure everything is functional after the outage.
“Jackson Hole Mountain Resort would like to thank everyone who took part in the huge process of restoring operations to the Village. The speed, cooperation and agility with which the community came together was incredible and we thank everyone involved for their patience, skill and effort. Time to ski, baby!”
For more updates, visit Jackson Hole Mountain Resorts’s weather & snow report.