The Adult Grand Press provides unlimited skiing and riding for 135 days. // © 2011 Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
The Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) in Teton Village, Wyo., announced its lowest season pass price ever. This year’s Adult Grand Pass, which offers unlimited skiing and riding for the 135-day winter season, starts at $1,195. Last year, the Grand Pass was priced at $1,255. The Senior Grand Pass is priced at $815; the Youth Grand Pass, for ages 6-14, is $159; the Student Grand Pass, for ages 15-18, is $289; and all kids under the age of six can ski for free.
“In 2010, the goal of the Grand Pass was to make unlimited, all mountain access attainable to more skiers and riders than ever before,” said JHMR president Jerry Blann. “One year after its introduction we can say with confidence that the Grand Pass program has been an unmitigated success.”
All Grand Passes include a free bus pass and complimentary summer tram access, discounts at the bike park and JHMR restaurants, retail and rental stores, one free adult lesson and a complimentary JH Ski Club membership.
The passes are valid from Nov. 26, 2011 to April 8, 2012.