Hurrah! Due to some great spring snowstorms that have given the Grand Targhee ski resort over five feet of snow this week, closing day will NOT be on Sunday April 11, as previously planned. The resort will now close on April 18th!
“We typically receive great snow in March and April, and many of our guests ask us to consider postponing our closing day every year,” said F. Scott Pierpont, General Manager, Grand Targhee Resort. “This decision is based on those requests, our excellent conditions and the potential for additional business.”
More from Grand Targhee’s website:
“While there are rumors that Grand Targhee may have stayed open after their expected closing day back in the 1970′s, current twenty-five-year employees cannot recall Grand Targhee Resort ever having extended the winter season.
Grand Targhee Resort’s season is extended through Sunday, April 18, 2010.
Lift Operations: Dreamcatcher ONLY starting Monday April 12. 10 am to 3 pm. No beginner lift access. North Boundary Traverse will NOT be groomed, skiers and riders should use the funnel back to the base to avoid hiking.
Tickets/Passes: $39 for 13+. $19 for ages 6 to 12. Season Passes, Daylight Savings Passes and Four-Pack tickets will all be VALID for this bonus week. The early season pass sales deadline of 4/11 has been EXTENDED to 4/18
Cat Skiing: Will be available @ regular hours, regular price, based on demand. SnowCat must have a minimum of four guests to
Lodging: Slopeside lodging will be closed. Lodging available in Driggs (8 miles from the resort) through Property
Facilities: Activity Center will open 9:00 am to 4:00 pm daily to sell tickets, season passes and cat reservations (1-307-353-2300 x1355). Wild Bills Grill will be open from 10 am to 3 pm daily for guest seating. Teton Mountain Outfitters open 9:30 am to 3:30 pm daily. Will offer morning coffee. Trap Bar open 11:00 am to 4:30 pm daily serving limited appetizers. Plaza BBQ Grill open 10:30 am to 2:00 pm daily (will move to Wild Bill’s Grill if weather conditions require). Rentals open 9:30 am to 2:00 pm daily (rental returns may be in Teton Mountain Outfitters)
“We’re thrilled to extend the season for our passholders, and for skiers and riders who didn’t get enough powder days under their belts,” said Shannon Brooks Hamby, Communications Director, Grand Targhee Resort. “This is a bit of an experiment on our end to see if business levels can support the expense of extending our season. We encourage all local and regional skiers and snowboarders to come on out and take advantage of our affordable rates and great snow!”