Teton Village

Teton Village

Mountain Adventures

Teton Village isn’t just a winter destination. Come relax or find a mountain adventure under the summer sun. You’ll find plenty of ways to enjoy the season. To start, take a ride on the world-famous Jackson Hole Aerial Tram (a.k.a. “Big Red”) and soar to the top of Rendezvous Mountain, ascending 4,139 feet in just
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Finding a Home in Hospitality

Seventeen years ago, Cat Watsabaugh—now the food and beverage director at luxury hotel Caldera House—was fresh out of high school and ready to dive into her next chapter. She was set to study engineering at Montana State University and explore beyond her hometown of Jackson. But her plans soon changed. After attending the Montana college
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Engineering the Future

Bill Schreiber’s office looks directly out on Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s world-class tram, which played a central role in designing and installing in 2007-2008. And he’s used the tram plenty over the years. Schreiber has been the resort’s Director of Engineering and Planning for 29 years, and he’s always been an avid skier. Even when
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Seeing the Future

When Jessica Milligan came to the Tetons from New York in 1996, she began working as Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s retail director. She is now the resort’s vice president and chief of product sales and services. “The resort looked a lot different then,” Milligan says. “We operated out of a multipurpose room in a
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Big Winter

Last winter was one for the record books. Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s 2016-2017 season finished with 593 inches of snow in Rendezvous Bowl—marking the deepest amount on snowfall recorded there in the resort’s 51-year history. That’s over 49 feet of snow. All that powder is bringing skiers and snowboarders to the resort in droves.
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Skiing Into the Future

Whether hiking the trails of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in the summer, or carving turns down the slopes when the flakes are flying, it’s easy to develop a deep appreciation for the resort’s pristine mountain environment. And it’s not surprising that those operating the world-class resort are ecologically sensitive people who work diligently to
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Climbing High

During World War I, troops used fixed ropes and ladders to cross the treacherous Dolomites Mountains in Italy. Called Via Ferratas—Italian for “iron road”—these routes were intended to help move personnel and equipment through the mountains. Now, instead of being used for military maneuvers, Via Ferratas are for entertainment. Over the last few years,
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High-Altitude Dining

Eight years ago, Rendezvous Lodge at the top of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s Bridger Gondola opened a restaurant at the south end of the building, offering a small deck with views of the surrounding mountains. “Within a week, they realized how popular it was getting and knew that deck was not a big enough
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Meals on Wheels

Brent Nielsen, Spur Catering’s sous chef, cracks a jovial smile and gestures with his sturdy hands, beaming with pride as he talks salmon tartare cornets, a kitchen on wheels, and raising four daughters to love food. A native of Washington state, Nielsen grew up around food and worked for his stepfather’s smoked salmon company
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Service with a Smile

Every day before she goes to work, Four Seasons head concierge Hope Maloney takes a moment to affix a pin to each of lapels. While the pins, depiction sets of crossed golden keys, may just look like jewelry to some, insiders know these pins mean she’s a member of Les Clefs D’Or (pronounced “lay
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