The total accumulation of snow at the top of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort has hit 400 inches! And with another three weeks of ski season left, there is potential for a lot more accumulation. The ski area has received 401 inches of snow at the upper mountain, and 314 inches at the mid mountain area. What does snow mean for the rafting season in Jackson Hole you ask? Well, we are all hoping for another epic spring runoff season like we had last year, and we need the snow to pile up in the mountains now so that in a few months when the temperatures rise and the 2009 rafting season begins there is plenty of water for our enjoyment. The more snow we get now, the higher and more exciting the whitewater river trips will be this spring and summer. So pray for snow folks, and then come whitewater rafting!
400 inches and growing!
Mar 14, 2009 | 0 comments