I was at Jackson 2 weeks ago for a major storm cycle. The fresh snow and the hill were sick, but the locals weren't stoked on the underlying coverage and the lower elevation snow was pretty shitty. Targhee was good the next day with better coverage, but obviously the terrain isn't nearly as good. We had a blast at both hills and I don't regret hitting the less tracked snow at GT. Bridger was awful this past Saturday but ear to ear grins on sunday with 9". I'm sure yesterday and today were excellent as well. It's spring conditions on a slightly thin year, so it's a roll of the dice if you get refrozen corn, heated corn, or one of many late season dumps that won't stay good for more than 2 days. If you don't know your way around and have a beacon Bridger isn't worth it but Big Sky is great too, with different (still steep) terrain and typically more tree riding stashes than Bridgers Classic fall line ridge hikes.
The sunshine walked beside her