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Return to Winter Giveaway

Your Chance to Win a Trip to Jackson Hole, WY

JACKSON, WY – Win a trip to Jackson Hole with the Return to Winter Giveaway! Legal residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia (“U.S.”) who are 21 years of age or older have an opportunity to win a trip to Jackson, Wyoming, including lodging, skiing, and a choice of a half-day tour. To enter the “Return to Winter Giveaway,” eligible patrons must-visit to register for a chance to win.

“Visiting Jackson Hole for its outdoor recreations is a dream for people all across the globe, the opportunity to win a trip to Jackson that includes skiing and a choice of one of the valleys most sought after tours, it’s a no-brainer. ” Says Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce (JHCC) Communications Manager, Andi Gollwitzer.

Famous for some of the rowdiest skiing in the lower 48, Jackson Hole is all snow, stoke, and shocking views. This giveaway includes two full-day lift tickets to Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. The winner and a lucky loved one will get to experience skiing in Jackson in all its glory.

EcoTour Adventures delivers some of the most sought-after activities and tours in the area. To top it off, the winner gets to choose one of three of their most popular tours. Pick between a half-day of wildlife watching in and around Grand Teton National Park or a local, guided snowshoe or cross-country ski tour.

After a day fueled by fun, rest your head at the slope side Hotel Terra. A full-service hotel and spa nestled against the ski hills in Teton Village for a three-night, four-day stay.

For more information on the giveaway or to enter, go here. Click here for the official rules. For any additional questions email Kent Elliott;


The Mission of the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce is to champion the interests of local businesses, enhance their prosperity and strengthen the year-round economic climate of Teton County. For more information visit

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