Jackson Hole Mountain Resort has lowered the cost of its full-season Grand Pass to $1,195, down from $1,255 last year. The resort also has extended its season and will be open from Thanksgiving weekend to Easter, a total of 135 days.
Resort President Jerry Blann held a press conference today in Teton Village to announce the reduced price, which follows a 25 percent cut last year. Pass prices had been as high as $1,670, when purchased in August, before the recession.
Blann also discussed $4.5 million the resort is investing on mountain amenities, including installation of the Marmot lift that will connect South Pass Traverse (near the bottom of Thunder chair) to the top of the Bridger Gondola.