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[ Wed, 2010-01-06 13:52 ]
Jackson Hole Tram on September 15, 2007
Tomorrow night: An episode of the National Geographic Channel series Man-Made followed the two-year construction and installation of Jackson Hole's new tram

There are few more iconic modes of skier conveyance than Jackson Hole's aerial tram. So when the tram, affectionately known as the Big Red Box, took its final voyage in April 2006, a small wave of sadness rolled over the ski community -- a wave that was tempered, of course, by a newer, faster, safer tram that opened in December 2008.

"Squallywood" Author to Host Clinics March 1, 6, and 7

Ski-the-book: Squallywood – A Guide to Squaw Valley’s Most Exposed Lines with Robb Gaffney M.D.

Photo By: Tom O'Neill

She’s Baaa-aaack...The Tram Is Here Again

The tram returns, and Jackson Hole is whole again.

It’s dumping snow, past dark and blowing like hell, but the boisterous crowd at the base of Jackson Hole is hardly fazed.

Battle of the Build: June Tram Progress

With just 6 months to go, Jackson Hole is making good progress on their new tram. Get the update for June 2008, including the scoop on a glass wall through which guests can see the inner workings of the tram.

New Tunnel and Lift Highlight Snowbird Improvements


Skiers and riders with plans to visit Snowbird this winter will return home knowing they were some of the first to take a trip through the only skier tunnel in North America, the Peruvian Tunnel.

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