Photos: (clockwise from upper left) Snowboarder Michael Grosner with Santa. Carole Greenberg’s grandson Seth Tobin. John and Jody Myers enjoy a 30-year Okemo tradition. Daniel and Lilliana Galuska. page 46 > winter 2018/19 > okemo magazine 44 tableofcontents Okemo Mountain Resort Winter 2018/19 D E P A R T M E N T S 7 Welcome to Okemo 10 Okemo Overview 14 Okemo Lodging 16 Okemo Dining 20 Okemo Ski + Ride School 26 HomeFront An inside look at your home away from home. 74 Calendar of Events 100 Area Lodging 105 Final Words A legacy lives on under Vail Resorts ownership With Triple Peaks LLC selling its resort operations to Vail Resorts, Tim and Diane Mueller ended a 36-year run at Okemo Mountain Resort. Yes, it was the end of an era, but what an era it was. By Karen Lorentz 46 54 62 Putting the “progress” in progression Our hearts race, and our nerves tingle. No matter how far up the “progression ladder” we’ve climbed, there will always be terrain to challenge us. By Brion O’Connor Favorite Things Okemo’s Director of Retail Snowsports Sean Meszkat provides a preview of some of his favorite things that will be available in Okemo’s Snowsports Shop and Mountain Outfitters this winter. All Come Home to Okemo Okemo is a mountain resort where the welcome mat is stretched wide and guests are made to feel at home. In many cases, that sentiment has extended across multiple generations. By Karen Lorentz On the cover: Okemo Ski & Ride School Assistant Director Keri Reid carving the Okemo corduroy. Photo by Josh Campbell. > 802-228-1600 > page 5