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Ski Free at the ‘ghee

January 9, 2012 Teton County, Teton Valley No Comments
Grand Targhee

Season passholders to any ski resort in North America now have a special opportunity to ride at Grand Targhee. The ‘ghee’s latest promotion says if you book lodging for three nights or more through Targhee’s website or Central Reservations you can ski for free using a season pass from any North American ski resort.

Marketing director Ken Rider says the deal invites people to ski a resort with some of the best snowfall in the country.  Currently, Targhee has a 46-inch base and  has received 147 inches of snowfall to date.

“Between Grand Targhee and Jackson Hole, we’ve got some of the most snow in the country,” said Rider, who also noted Targhee’s participation in national Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month. This means new skiers and snowboarders, who may find cost to be one of their biggest deterrents, can take advantage of discounted lessons, lift and rental packages during the month of January. Rider says beginners who ski or snowboard at least two times are more likely to adopt the hobby for life.

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