Providing safe, affordable and educational recreation opportunities that enhance quality of life and promote economic development.
In April 2007, a local group led by Jim Nielson, began negotiations to acquire Sleeping Giant, a nearby ski area that ceased operations in 2004. The foundation was created to improve and reopen this facility. In a few short years, the Sleeping Giant Recreational Area has already become an economical, family, recreation destination that promotes alpine skiing, Nordic skiing, snowshoeing, and many other winter recreational activities. These activities are all life skills that encourage coordination, strength training, and cardiovascular health among youth and adults.
Our not-for-profit entity, headquartered in Cody Wyoming, is made up of local community leaders. Currently we operate Sleeping Giant Ski Area & Zipline, and have partnered with many other recreational groups in the area to further expand our mission!
Interested in joining the board?
We're always looking for passionate individuals who want to contribute to the vision and direction of Yellowstone Recreation Foundation.
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Yellowstone Recreations Foundation Board of Directors
Rob Overfield, Board President
Jay Nielson, Vice-President
Otto Goldbach, Secretary
Gina Penn-Schneider, Treasurer
James Klessens, Ex-Officio
Amy Woods, Yellowstone Recreations Foundation Manager
Now Hiring: General Manager
Sleeping Giant Ski Area & Zipline is currently accepting applications for a General Manager. Sleeping Giant is a ski area and zip line operation located just outside of the east gate of Yellowstone Park, in Wyoming’s rugged North Fork valley west of Cody, Wyoming. The successful candidate will communicate with a Board of Directors and be responsible for mountain operations, community relations, guest experience, and driving the bottom-line success of the entire mountain. Mechanical experience on chairlifts is a must. Applicants should have at least 10 years of combined experience in ski area management, mechanical operations, personnel management, working with USFS, and community involvement.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Application Deadline: December 1, 2019.