“We Don’t Want to be Vail“: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Looks to Its 50th Ski Season – Curbed Ski
This winter, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort will be celebrating its 50th anniversary. And while things look mighty different than when the mountain first opened in 1965, Resort President Jerry Blann and Chief Marketing Officer Adam Sutner told the Jackson Hole News & Guide that the spirit and excitement that founded the resort is just as strong today as it was years ago. In fact, the resort is pulling out all the stops this winter, with new lifts, new terrain, and new restaurants on tap. Jackson Hole is officially in “a renaissance period.” Curbed Ski breaks down all the juicy details from the interview, why exactly Jackson Hole doesn’t “want to be Vail,” and when exactly the new Teton Lift will open up this winter.