100-day club lives on

JACKSON, Wyo. — Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s season was cut short due to concerns about COVID-19. But plenty of skiers still got their 100 days or were well on their way by the time the mountain closed.

This year, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort recognized anyone who skied at least 75 days at the mountain. Nearly 130 people made the list — not too far off from last year’s record-breaking 150 people. And 25 of those people still hit triple-digit days. Seven people tied for the most days skied this season — 108.

“Congratulations on another terrific winter,” JHMR wrote to this year’s hundred day-clubbers. “This season was unexpectedly cut short but we know that you were well on your way to getting to the 100 day milestone. Cheers to making the most of the season and thanks for all your support.

Here are this year’s 100-day clubbers:

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