5 Wyoming Ski Resorts That Give The Most Bang For Your Buck
Winter in Wyoming does have its perks. Snow bunnies and adrenaline junkies alike flock to the slopes. When MoneyInc.com published an article of The Top 5 Ski Resorts in Wyoming, it was a nice that they took more into factor than just luxury. They also considered value and overall experience. Yes, Jackson Hole did make the list, but it was not the top pick ... for once.
Sleeping Giant Ski ResortAdult Day Lift Ticket $36
The Sleeping Giant Ski Resort is located near Yellowstone National Park. It is a great value with plenty of runs of various skill levels. They also have a terrain park for the more extreme skier or snowboarder.
Meadowlark Ski LodgeAdult Day Lift Ticket $48
Meadowlark Ski Lodge is in the Big Horn Mountains between Ten Sleep and Buffalo. It is a smaller resort, but full of trails from black diamonds to long green runs. They also have two half-pipes to get some good air, brah.
Jackson HoleAdult Day Lift Ticket $118
Jackson Hole is by far the most pricey on this list, but it is also world renowned. Next to Yellowstone National Park, more people travel to Wyoming because of this resort. When they list the best places to ski in the world, Jackson Hole always makes the list. If you want the best in luxury, sometimes you have to pay more.
Hogadon BasinAdult Day Lift Ticket $42
Hogadon sits atop Casper Mountain. It is unique because you start on the top of the mountain then ski down. It has runs for people of every skill level, and it still has that mom-and-pops feel.
Grand Targhee ResortAdult Day Lift Ticket $80
The best resort according to MoneyInc.com is Grand Targhee Resort. It is in the Grand Teton National Park, so it is full of majestic views that will leave you in awe. Plus the lift tickets won't break the bank. The mountain is packed with amazing ski runs, and it has a freestyle terrain.