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Home2024 Jackson Hole


FEBRUARY 10 - 17, 2024

(Unless stated otherwise, all photos courtesy of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort)

You must be a current Austin Skiers member to join a trip.

All prices are subject to change until transportation is confirmed and/or exchange rates are set

Trip Policies

Active Other TSC clubs must request
 Reciprocity Membership - After Aug 10th

Full Trip Price Hotel: $1,540
(includes air, lodging and ground transportation)

Ground Only (no air) price hotel:$860

Single Supplement Addition Hotel:  $655

Full Trip Price Bridger Suites:$1,665

Ground Only (no air) price Bridger Suites:  $985

Single Supplement Addition Bridger Suites: $875

$600 DUE OCTOBER 15th

Trip Insurance: Check out our Trip Insurance Resources

2024 Registration Started July 31st
Link To Trip Registration Page

The trip is full. You can join the wait list.
Click Link Above to Register


Trip Chair: Steve Knouse

Asst. Trip Chair:  Stuart Tyrrell

IKON Pass and Lift Tickets

If you plan to attend a trip to another IKON pass resort you may want to consider buying a Full IKON Pass from our Tour Operator, Sports America, at the following Link.  A full IKON pass is $1169 before trip credits to be paid soon after completion of the trip.  Of course this is dependent on how many ski days you want at the Jackson Hole resort.  The Local (in town) Snow King ski mountain is not on the IKON Pass.

Lift Tickets
Adult Price
 4 day $780 
5 day $955 
  6 day $1,145 

Lift Tickets Senior/Teen Price 4 day $625 5 day $765  6 day $920 

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Join us at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. We have only been there twice in the last 10 years - 2014 and 2018!



Jackson Hole Mountain Resort opened in 1966 and, according to "SKI" magazine's 2017 survey of the "Best in the West", "the place has really grown up."

In the 2022-2023 ski season they had 595 inches of snow.


In addition to steep chutes, wide-open powder fields, and some of the most famous backcountry skiing in the United States (Cody Peak, Cody Bowl), Jackson Hole also offers a number of exceptionally wide groomers, and a cat track network that allows strong intermediates to see much of the mountain.

Intermediates will find a wealth of blue terrain accessed by the Bridger Gondola, the Casper quad lift, the Marmot lift, and the Apres Vous Quad lift.

For the snowboarder try out "Dicks' Ditch - one of the longest run bank slaloms in snowboarding.

Also, skiers/boarders check out the four "Burton Stash Parks" scattered all over the mountain mixing up natural terrain features, local wood, and all the creative elements the mountain has to offer.




Jackson Hole Mountain Resort has 141 runs - 56% expert, 40% intermediate, and 4% beginner.
5 Green runs
31 Blue runs
26 Double Blue runs
52 Black runs
27 Double Black runs.

The mountain features 13 lifts including the Bridger Gondola and "Big Red", their Aerial Tram, with 2500 acres of in-bound terrain and a 4,139-foot vertical drop.

The resort is made up of two mountains:

Apres Vous Mountain, which is predominantly suited to intermediate skiing, with the base of this mountain tapering off into gentle beginner slopes.

Rendezvous Mountain is what excites the proficient riders, and features steep chutes, bowls, couloirs, and glades. 



At 2.9 square miles, the town of Jackson may be small in size, but not in personality. It exudes a genuine "last of the Old West" atmosphere, that's both cowboy and cosmopolitan.

Upon entering downtown Jackson, one is immediately attracted to Town Square and its many unique shops.

Framed by four large elk-antler arches, Town Square is the picturesque centerpiece of Jackson, serving as the focal point for shopping, dining, and entertainment.  

The distinctive arches, made from hundreds of elk antlers, draw the attention of throngs of visitors. During the winter, when the arches and trees are blanketed with snow and decorated with lights, Town Square takes on a beautiful, festive atmosphere.  

Nightlife highlights include the famed Million Dollar Cowboy Bar (featured in a handful of Hollywood western movies), and the Silver Dollar Bar and Grill, both in Jackson.


THE LODGING - 49er Inn and Suites


Brand new indoor swimming pool and hot tub!

Complimentary Extended Continental Breakfast

Complimentary High Speed WiFi

Free ski shuttles to Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

AAA and 3 Diamond Rating

LCD Flat Screen Televisions

Business Center

12 person outdoor hot tub

Fitness room



3 blocks from the Town Square

2 miles from the National Elk Refuge

10 miles from Grand Teton National Park

55 miles from Yellowstone National Park

(Pictures of the 49er Inn and Suites are courtesy of the hotel.)



Air Itinerary on American Airlines.

Saturday, February 10th  
 AA0579    AUS-DFW     6:00 am – 7:09 am

 AA0671    DFW-JAC      8:22 am – 10:25 am*

Saturday, February 17th
 AA1916    JAC-DFW 12:58 pm* – 5:00 pm

 AA2199    DFW-AUS 7:00 pm – 8:11 pm

Note: *Mountain Time. Other times are Central Time.

Round trip transportation between the Jackson Hole airport and the 49er Inn and Suites is provided as is porterage at the hotel.

Jackson Hole has a Mountain Sports School that includes: Telemark/Nordic, Cross-Country. Ski/Snowboard lessons, Multi-Day Camps, Private Lessons, Backcountry guides.


Located just north of Jackson, the National Elk Refuge is one of the most popular non-skiing attractions when visiting Jackson Hole. The refuge is home to approximately 10,000 elk in the winter.  Visitors can arrange to take a horse drawn sleigh ride for a spectacular wildlife viewing experience.


The southern boundary of Yellowstone National Park is just under 100 miles from Jackson Hole. The Park is the home of Old Faithful, and is home to many species of wildlife including grizzly bears, wolves, and herds of elk and bison.