JHMR 2021-22 season recap

Skiers wait in line for the Sweetwater Gondola during opening day at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort on Nov. 25.

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort flipped the pages of a “Silver Lining Playbook” of sorts as it sought to make the most of a challenging 2021-22 ski season on the heels of two ski seasons affected by COVID-19, when resort officials had to adjust operations to keep visitors and employees healthy.

Looking back and toward the future, resort President Mary Kate Buckley, in her fourth year at the helm, sat down to discuss what worked during these COVID years and what still needs adjustment.

Mary Kate Buckley

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort President Mary Kate Buckley

Contact Penny Nakamura via 732-7071 or jlove@jhnewsandguide.com.

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