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Your Guide to Jackson Hole’s On-Mountain Dining

With 2,500 acres of in-bounds terrain, a 4,139′ vertical rise, and seemingly endless backcountry access, it is easy to work up an appetite at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.  Whether you are looking for an award-winning gourmet lunch or a quick ski-in, ski-out bite to eat, the following guide to on-mountain dining will help you navigate your way to the perfect meal. A lift ticket or season pass is required to ride the Bridger Gondola to Piste Mountain Bistro. There are no sightseeing tickets available this year.

POLICIES

  • You MUST wear a mask in all indoor dining areas as well as social distancing and limited capacity in indoor restaurants.
  • The frequency of cleaning has been drastically increased based on updated protocols.
  • Online ordering and outdoor seating options are available at all base and on-mountain restaurants.

ON-MOUNTAIN DINING OPTIONS

  • BEARS FLAT: Ski in/out vending system at the base of Sublette Lift at Bear Flats.
  • CORBET’S CABIN: Carryout famous waffle service, a good place to quickly warm-up
  • PISTE MOUNTAIN BISTRO: lively dining at top of Bridger Gondola, great views, large assortment of food options
  • CASPER RESTAURANT: classic gourmet ski food,
  • Find more info (hours location etc) HERE

PACK YOUR LUNCH

Another option for on-mountain dining is packing your own lunch. Wake up a half an hour earlier and put together a satiating lunch that will keep you going throughout the day. Either grab a day locker in the Teton Village and store your lunch there or bring a backpack. You can eat pre-packaged or homemade lunches in the Base Tent at all times in the Teton Village. And sometimes the best lunches are a smooshed peanut butter and jelly sandwich that’s fully enjoyed on a chairlift in between pow harvesting runs.

Other items to bring with you for a full day on the hill:

    • Water!!! Helps with the altitude adjustment and dehydration.
    • Snacks easy to pack and store in your pockets or backpack.
    • Other essentials to get you through a long ski day: Advil, caffeine supplements, electrolytes, Swedish fish.
    • Extra warmth supplies: hand and foot warmers, hat, extra neck gaiter when your first one gets too wet.
    • Chargers / portable batteries
    • Extra face mask(s)

HEAD BACK TO YOUR ABODE FOR LUNCH

One of the perks of staying in an Abode that is near the mountain or ski-in/ski-out is the opportunity to head back to your cozy home, warm up, and create a luxurious meal in your own space. We’ve highlighted a couple of properties near Jackson Hole Mountain Resort where you can shush right over for meal time.

Abode at Heartwood Lodge Abode at the Homestead Abode on Obsidian Abode at Moosehead Cabin