GRAND TARGHEE RE­SORT

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RE­SORT STATS

Lo­ca­tion: Alta, Wy­oming / Driggs, Idaho

Ver­ti­cal Drop: 2270’

An­nual Snow­fall: 500”+

Most pop­u­lar run: Raven­wood

Ride-able Acres: 2602

Num­ber of Lifts: 5

Num­ber of Trails: 100

Ticket Prices: $90

Near­est Air­port: Idaho Falls, Idaho (IDA), Jack­son Hole (JAC)

Aprés: Trap Bar and Grill, Brand­ing Iron Grill, Tatanka Tav­ern

Top Events: Te­ton Surf Clas­sic, Ter­rain Park Takeover

Res­ta­raunts: Brand­ing Iron Grill , Trap Bar , Wild Bill’s – Au­then­tic Mex­i­can food from the leg­endary Na­cho! , For­age Bistro – A must try in Driggs

Ho­tels/Lodg­ing: Slope­side start­ing at $160/night

Any spe­cial sea­son pass of­fers or dis­counted lift tick­ets: 4- Packs on sale through Novem­ber 15

RE­SORT OVER­VIEW

Grand Targhee is the pow­der rider’s moun­tain where we con­sis­tently get deep storms to­tal­ing over 500” an­nu­ally. Our base el­e­va­tion of 7850’ keeps us cov­ered top-to-bot­tom from open­ing day to clos­ing week­end. Our ter­rain has a play­ful, surfy feel cre­at­ing plenty of op­por­tu­ni­ties to slash, carve, and turn. Be­ing on the western slope of the Te­tons, storm rid­ing is com­mon and our tree runs pro­vide plenty of shel­ter from the wind and of­fer deep pock­ets of un­touched snow. We re­main a rel­a­tively un­crowded moun­tain and it’s easy to find un­touched snow days af­ter a storm.

WHAT'S NEW FOR 2018

We’re cel­e­brat­ing 50 years of op­er­a­tions and 30 YEARS OF SNOW­BOARD­ING! We’ve ex­panded our out­door area at the Trap Bar and Grill for après en­joy­ment.

TER­RAIN PARK BREAK­DOWN

We have two pri­mary ter­rain parks; Sweet­wa­ter un­der the Dream­catcher Lift and North Pole off Shoshone. Sweet­wa­ter has pro­gres­sive lines and fea­tures while North Pole of­fers an in­tro­duc­tion to park rid­ing. As the sea­son pro­gresses, North Pole turns North Shore for the Te­ton Surf Clas­sic.

Rider: Ryan Cruze Photo: Erik Boomer

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