Teton Pines Nordic Center is located at the Teton Pines Country Club in Wilson, Wyoming. We are located just 4 miles south of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and 10 minutes from the town square in Jackson. For daily grooming/wax recommendations, please check our Facebook page or give us a call.
We maintain 16 km of immaculately machine groomed track for both skate and classic techniques. Our trails meander along the rolling terrain of the famously scenic Teton Pines Golf Course, offering fantastic vistas of the Tetons. Keep your eyes out for the local wildlife: Moose, Fox, Coyote, Trumpeter Swans, Mule Deer, Bald Eagles, Magpies, Ravens and more.
Guided ski tours in Grand Teton National Park, overnight hut tours and powder skiing are available through our network of professional associates. The valley of Jackson Hole and the surrounding mountain ranges offer the best ski touring and back country skiing anywhere
To keep our track in high quality conditions, we only allow skiing at our facility. We do not allow dogs, snowshoeing, walking, fat bikes, etc. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
Cody and Colleen purchased Teton Pines Nordic Center the summer of 2016 from the JH legend Jack Bellorado. Cody and Colleen have a long history in the ski industry and the nordic world. Both are PSIA certified Nordic Instructors. Colleen first became a PSIA certified nordic instructor in 2001 while working at the Beaver Creek Nordic Center in Colorado. She has taught skate and classic skiing every winter since then at a variety of nordic centers: Vail, Frisco, Breckenridge, Beaver Creek and Teton Pines. She also owns Movewell a GYROTONIC® exercise studio which is located just a 2 minute walk from Teton Pines. www.movewelljh.com
Cody has worked in the ski industry since 1997. He worked for Vail Resorts in Vail from 1999-2013. He worked in the nordic industry since the early 2000's as a ski tuner/waxer at Beaver Creek Nordic, a ski tuner/shop employee/instructor at Frisco Nordic, and the past 3 seasons at Teton Pines Nordic Center. He is a professional photographer and is the Photo Editor at Cross Country Skier Magazine. www.codydownard.com
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Randy has been involved with cross country skiing in Jackson Hole since the late seventies. He has worked at the shop for 10 years. As a local elementary school teacher for thirty years in Jackson, he has helped skiers of all ages with technique, equipment and clothing choices to make their day at the center a memorable one. His knowledge of the area's vast opportunities for winter fun can enhance your ski vacation so hit him up!
Ellen began Nordic skiing more than 30 years ago and joined the team of instructors at Teton Pines Cross Country Ski Center in 2005.Ellen is always enthusiastic to share her love of cross country skiing thru easy to follow instruction that improves technique at many levels. “There’s nothing more rewarding than seeing a first time skier’s excitement over their sense of accomplishment and discovery of a new sport.”
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JOB DESCRIPTION: Teton Pines Nordic Center Nordic Shop Positions and Instructors SUMMARY: Daily duties involve providing top notch guest service, answering phones, renting skis, selling nordic clothing and hardgoods, making sure all the Liability Forms are filled out, helping and instructing how to get in/out of the bindings, teaching lessons(preferred), tuning skis, and other tasks. QUALIFICATIONS:-Demonstrate proficiency as a Nordic skier using both classic and skating techniques(able to ski at PSIA Level 2).(NOT REQUIRED FOR SHOP POSITION)-Ability to teach beginner to intermediate level students in classic and skate techniques at PSIA Level 1, in addition to the guidelines set in place by the Nordic Center Director.(NOT REQUIRED FOR SHOP POSITION)-Practical working knowledge of both classical and skate waxing techniques.(NOT REQUIRED FOR SHOP POSITION)-Ability to offer technique and waxing advice to guests.(NOT REQUIRED FOR SHOP POSITION)-Possess knowledge of the trail system and express a genuine enthusiasm for Nordic skiing. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: -Required to open the ski shop promptly at 9:00 AM when scheduled and to ensure that there is coverage until the ski shop closes at 4:00 PM. -Ability to handle opening and closing procedures. -Develop knowledge of Nordic Center retail items, rental equipment, and service options available to guests (Requires general product knowledge). -Provide accurate information to guests regarding the Nordic Center, Teton Pines Country Club activities, and local information. -Maintain accurate records of all ski lessons. -Ensure cleanliness, upkeep, and an excellent presentation of the ski shop environment. -Learn and execute point of sale operation and retail sales procedures. -Answer the phone promptly, accurately, and with enthusiasm; record all messages for staff accurately and take responsibility for delivery. COMPENSATION: This is a seasonal, hourly position. Base hourly rate plus additional for lessons. Pay is competitive and is D.O.E. Our season is approximately Dec 1-March 20. TO APPLY: Please contact Cody for more detailed information! (307)699-3394 You can also send questions/resume to Cody at: email@example.com