Born and raised in the deep southern states of Georgia and Mississippi, Meisha began her "Quest for the West" in 2002. You can find her living the dream life snowboarding, hiking, mountain biking, traveling and managing resort marketing programs and events.
We've been doing this event for years. I’ve written about how much I love this event several times, but this year I feel that it is important to share a few behind the scenes heroes with you. A huge thanks to Santa's Elves, our lift maintenance team for their involvement in creating a magical event year after year.
All summer I’ve been talking about exploring what happens after Shadow Lake, with fall in full swing, I decided it was now or never. After mapping together a group of trails that would give us several downhill thrills and only a few climbs, we drove to the top of Guardsman for a nine mile downhill, cross country ride.
Last week, Sam introduced you to the lower half of Jenni’s trail. With the Grand Opening celebration in the books and two energetic dogs; I laced up my hiking shoes and took a hike starting at the Town Lift, to the top of Jenni’s trail and wrapped back down John’s trail.
It had been a few weeks since I had gotten out on my bike, so I was very excited that I was “obligated” to go for a ride on Sunday, but my biking buddy couldn’t go until 5 p.m. To someone like me, who is terrible at lounging, that was practically a recipe for disaster. So, I did what any crazed, lunatic would do. I took Stella and Gracie for a little jaunt.
Originally from the Pocono’s of Pennsylvania, Travis found his way to Park City three years ago and is now our grooming manager. When not in snowcat you can find him skiing or snowmobiling in the Utah backcountry or enjoying the skiing here at Park City Mountain Resort.