Frequent snowfalls, pristine powder and unmatched scenery. With limitless backcountry and groomed resort runs, Pinedale boasts excellent conditions in a secluded setting.
Pinedale’s Local Ski Resort
Founded in 1940, White Pine Ski Resort has been locally-owned and operated for 80 years. Ten minutes from downtown Pinedale, White Pine is convenient, affordable and family-oriented, with ski school options and a wide range of terrain. Boasting groomed blue and green runs and powder in the trees and on black diamonds, White Pine’s terrain caters to skiers and snowboarders of all ages and abilities.
Check out the tubing hill for an alternative adventure as well. Brave souls may wander into the Winds for high-altitude expeditions. Ski or snowshoe approaches grant access to glaciers, endless powder and extreme winter camping in the most spectacular backcountry the United States has to offer. Not for the faint-hearted, winter backcountry ski and snowboard excursions into the Winds are for experienced users only. Rapidly changing weather, extreme conditions, avalanche risks and isolation can create potentially hazardous settings far-removed from outside assistance.
Where to Go
White Pine Ski Area
Just 10 miles from Pinedale's center, White Pine Ski Area is the place to go for authentic Wyoming skiing and snowboarding adventures.
White Pine Ski Area touts groomed corduroy snow, plenty of parking with easy access to no-line lifts, and lift tickets that fit into your budget. For family-friendly fun, visit the lodge to rent skis, snowboards, and snowshoes. You can also book lessons and take the family tubing on Saturdays and Sundays.
Relax after hitting the slopes in a cozy lodge and refuel with hearty food and a full bar. Unbeatable package deals are available, too. Couples can stay, ski, and get 3 meals starting at $206.