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Cindy Riegel

Grand Targhee Resort (GTR) owners, investors, and consultants are working hard to evolve from a regional resort into a “world class destination resort”. In addition to a proposal to the Forest Service to significantly expand the resort boundaries and on-mountain amenities, GTR recently submitted their first development application to Teton County, Wyoming to construct a base area village with cabins, condos, hotels, restaurants, and retail stores.

For a little background, GTR acquired 120 acres at the base area from the Forest Service in 2004 after a lengthy and contentious process that involved swapping a 400 acre inholding at Squirrel Meadows near Ashton, Idaho. Since the base area became private, all zoning and land use decisions fall under the jurisdiction of Teton County, Wyoming.

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