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Anyone every stay in these-- rental company claims they are two blocks from the lift or less than 5 minute walk.
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Anyone every stay in these-- rental company claims they are two blocks from the lift or less than 5 minute walk.
Yea, Tensleep and Gros Ventre buildings are not quite that close. It's probably about 1/4 mile and a 10-15 minute walk. I would suggest using the condo shuttle instead. They are some of the oldest units in TV but if your lucky your getting a unit that has been updated by the owner. On the plus side your right across the street from a swimming pool and a hot tub at the Sundance Club if your deal gives you access.

They have just one and two bedroom units with sofabeds, kinda small but have everything you need. All have fully equiped kitchens.

If your going soon you might want to join my old friends out there and start praying for some new snow. Decent powder days have been few and far between so far this year. I just spoke to a friend the other night and he says in his yard in town he has about 2" of snow(heck, I have 4" in my yard in Vermont), it's was about -20F and peoples pipes were freezing up all around the valley due to the low insulating snow cover.
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Thanks!
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Yea, Tensleep and Gros Ventre buildings are not quite that close. It's probably about 1/4 mile and a 10-15 minute walk. I would suggest using the condo shuttle instead. They are some of the oldest units in TV but if your lucky your getting a unit that has been updated by the owner. On the plus side your right across the street from a swimming pool and a hot tub at the Sundance Club if your deal gives you access.

They have just one and two bedroom units with sofabeds, kinda small but have everything you need. All have fully equiped kitchens.

If your going soon you might want to join my old friends out there and start praying for some new snow. Decent powder days have been few and far between so far this year. I just spoke to a friend the other night and he says in his yard in town he has about 2" of snow(heck, I have 4" in my yard in Vermont), it's was about -20F and peoples pipes were freezing up all around the valley due to the low insulating snow cover.
Today was a powder day.

Truthfully, the mountain is skiing extremely well for the season snowfall totals that we've had. We're at about 150" so far, which is way below where we were a year ago at this time.

Most everything (not Corbet's ) is open now and the skiing is very good. There are still lots of rocks around and the lower part of the mountain has a lot of brush sticking up. Even so, I skied two Hobacks, a Sublette Ridge, and South Colter and North Colter today. All were outstanding.

We certainly aren't inundated with snow, but we're pretty good.
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