The Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce has published the analysis of December’s tourism industry through a contract with DestiMetrics. That analysis indicated that despite an increase in tourism in other markets during the month, tourism in Jackson Hole was down slightly. Their report shows Jackson Hole occupancy was down by 6.1 percent in December compared with the same month last year. However, Jackson Hole occupancy for the past six months increased 4.3 percent compared with the same period in 2012. Bookings taken in December for arrival in December were down fully 29.7 percent compared with December 2012 . The analysts quickly add that the momentum coming out of the holiday season is strong, and cold weather has combined with moisture to provide a much-desired mid-season base boost.