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Tamarack Resort

It's après-all-day at Tamarack Resort in Idaho. Located just 90 miles north of Boise, Tamarack is a refuge of recreation and relaxation where you can live, work and play year-round. Residents and guests enjoy our community of mountain-modern homes and luxurious condos—all offering light-speed fiber-optic internet, industry-leading VoIP service and ski-in, ski-out access to 1,100-plus skiable acres. With Alpine and Nordic skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and fat biking, you can hit the slopes, explore unexpected shops and dining, or take your next virtual meeting from home or a café in America’s newest Alpine Village—all on your schedule.

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Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

Jackson Wyoming’s Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is a family owned, iconic alpine destination delivering memorable, big mountain experiences only found in the Tetons. Jackson Hole famously delivers the finest powder snow with 4,139 continuous vertical feet of skiing and snowboarding and 2,500 acres of the best beginner, intermediate and expert terrain. Neighboring Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks makes Jackson Hole a top global destination. With a vibrant Town life offering community character amidst stunning landscape and wildlife, Jackson Hole offers an unmatched North American winter experience.

Gibson Bib

Named one of the The Best Men’s Pants of the Year by Powder Magazine, the Gibson Bib pant is one of the toughest, most rugged backcountry bibs ever built for skiers. The Dermizax® 3-ply shell fabric and articulated fit results in a backcountry-focused bib that will stand up to the deepest powder while keeping you bone dry. For serious skiers, the Gibson bib is a no-brainer.

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Snow King Mountain

Right in the heart of Jackson Hole, Snow King Mountain is where generations of families have learned to ski and snowboard. Apres-ski, try the thrilling Cowboy Coaster that drops down the slopes through almost a mile of loops, curves and hairpin turns and King Tubes for good old-fashioned sledding fun. A scenic lift transports non-skiers and snowshoers to the summit for a 360 degree vista of the Grand Teton, National Elk Refuge, and, on a bluebird day, to Yellowstone! Bundle it all together in a Big King Pass for half the cost of a lift ticket at the mega resorts.

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