Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Opens
4,139’, Top to Bottom this Saturday
(December 6, 2012 – Teton Village, WY) Hundreds of skiers and riders cheered as resort owners and senior staff officially opened the new Casper Quad Chairlift today. The high speed quad accesses a whole new mid-mountain intermediate experience for guests. Shortly after the Casper opening, resort General Manager Tim Mason announced the Bridger Gondola and Marmot Lift will open tomorrow and on Saturday, December 8, the Resort will open the Aerial Tram, Thunder and Sublette lifts for the winter season, accessing 4139 vertical feet from top to bottom.
“It’s truly a winter wonderland at the higher elevations on the mountain and we are excited to be able to open more terrain and over 4,000 feet of vertical for our guests,” said JHMR President Jerry Blann.
Over 107 inches of snow have fallen so far this season in the Tetons, which have received the most snow of any region in the Rockies.