Ski Butlers Blog
The World is Watching
On November 13, join us in participating in the 24 hours of Reality and Live Earth: The World is Watching, a global day of action and music to celebrate the progress we have made around the world in regards to combating climate change. Furthermore, by supporting this day of action, as well as participating in the Thunderclap, we will send a clear to message to world leaders that climate change can no longer be ignored.
Quick eats in Vail
Skiing is super fun. Perfect conditions flips the most hardo skier’s vocabulary from jaded pessimism to chessy “yahoo’s”. But a great pow day can turn into a hanger filled shouting match some fuel. Therefore, your food choices are essential. The best decision is to get up a few minutes early on a big day and prep a couple of pb & js for a mid chairlift snack. Unfortunately, the majority of us are either not morning people or are older than 12 years old. So if you are looking for a solid place to grab some chow in Vail VIllage or Lionshead, here two local favorites:
A History of Skiing in The Tetons
In 1965 Jackson Hole Mountain Resort officially opened for the 1965/66 winter season, and Jackson Hole started its journey to become one of the most iconic ski towns in the world. Over the course of Jackson Hole’s now 50 continuous years of servicing skiers seeking to try some of the most difficult terrain in North America, the resort and the Jackson Hole area have provided some of the most influential moments in skiing history.