What’s the best way to fly to Jackson Hole?
Well, that’s actually a trick question – you can’t fly to Jackson Hole. If you want to get to Jackson Hole, you actually fly to Jackson. So why do they call it Jackson Hole? Well, the early trappers who entered the valley between the Teton Mountains and…nevermind, you don’t care. You just want to go skiing.
What airlines fly to Jackson
American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and United Airlines all fly to Jackson
Hole from their various hubs around the country, including New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Houston.
Ground transportation to Jackson Hole
Once you’ve arrived at the Jackson airport, you’re probably going to want to continue on to downtown Jackson, or Jackson Hole Resort. The town of Jackson is 15-20 minutes away and Jackson Hole will take close to 40 minutes by car. You can either rent a car, take a taxi, or use one of the Jackson Hole shuttle services
Checking luggage to Jackson
Airlines will generally allow you to check a ski or snowboard bag, along with a boot bag, and count that as only one checked bag. Checked baggage fees will vary by airline, so you’ll want to check on the current American baggage fees, Delta baggage fees, and United baggage fees
Shipping luggage to Jackson Hole
Shipping skis and luggage to Jackson Hole has a few advantages. 1) If you use LugLess, you’re likely to save money versus checking bags. 2) You will have a much easier time once you land. Skip the baggage claim and head right to your taxi or shuttle with no bags. Or, save money by skipping the full-size SUV rental and go for a smaller car. In any case, LugLess makes it easy and affordable to ship your skis and luggage to Jackson Hole.
Ship your luggage to Jackson Hole for as low as $15