CHEYENNE, Wyo. - The snowfall is down from last winter's record dumping, but most Wyoming ski resorts are reporting good conditions and good business so far this season.
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort reports an upper mountain base of 44 inches that is below average for this time of year.
But resort spokeswoman Anna Olson says that's better than most other major resorts in the Rocky Mountain region. Olson says most of the resort's terrain and all its lifts are open.
Nearby Grand Targhee and Snow King resorts report all lifts open.
Elsewhere in Wyoming, Hogadon Ski Area at Casper reports an above average 23-inch base.
Hogadon manager Gary Vantrease says season pass and ticket sales have been strong.
And Sleeping Giant near Cody is 100 percent open with a 12- to 36-inch base.