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Ski Resorts Trying to Bring in New Vistors

Ski operators say they need to adapt to the needs of a new generation of skiers.

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Jackson Resort Raises Ski Pass Prices

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is increasing the cost of certain ski passes 3.7 percent next winter.

Resort officials announced Wednesday that the Grand Pass will cost $1,240 if purchased during the month of August

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Spencer Platt/Getty Images
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Jackson Hole Mountain Resort To Replace Lift

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The main destination ski resort in Jackson Hole is preparing to replace one of its lifts and make terrain changes for next ski season.

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort officials announced Tuesday they will replace the 38-year-old Casper Lift at a cost of about $5 million

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Jackson Hole Requiring Employees To Wear Helmets

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is joining the list of ski areas requiring employees to wear helmets.

A resort spokesman told the Jackson Hole Daily (http://bit.ly/u65plu) that the reaction to the new rule has mostly been positive and that newer helmets are lighter and make it easier to hear than older versions

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Michael Smith/Getty Images
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Grand Targhee, Jackson Hole Getting Ready To Open

Grand Targhee Resort will open with two lifts on Friday. On Saturday, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort will open for the season with more than 3,000 vertical feet of skiing.

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A sign warns about the risks of avalanche
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Heavy Early Snows Heighten Avalanche Risk

A storm bringing more than 2 feet of snow to parts of Bridger-Teton National Forest last week is raising alarms about the risk of avalanches just as skiers begin entering the backcountry.

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Bob Hoyle, National Park Service
Bob Hoyle, National Park Service
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Teton Rescues Aided And Hindered By Technology

A rescued snowboarder at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort inadvertently went out-of-bounds Friday.   Grand Teton Officials say that Steven Sprague of South Dakota didn't hear warnings from his friends as they called to him, because he was listening to his Ipod.

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