Looks like walk-on trams today!
To the plethora of web cams that let us check the views, the weather and whether there’s a parking spot atop Teton Pass comes the latest: the Alpenhof’s Tram Cam. The camera is mounted on the hotel’s deck and aimed at the dock for the Jackson Hole Aerial Tram at Teton Village, so viewers can gauge just how long the line is before deciding on a ski strategy.
The camera is online at JHTramCam.com. Images are updated every 15 seconds, and the camera operates 24/7, offering a glimpse at how many people are in line at 6 a.m. on a powder day.
Besides aiding skiers, the Tram Cam will plug daily specials at the Alpenhof, a classic Teton Village hotel that has endured amidst ritzier neighbors.
Regi Rikli, executive assistant at the Alpenhof, says, “Over the years, the understated European elegance of the Alpenhof sometimes gets overlooked in favor of the newer, flashier properties. But those who desire a real [old world] ski experience will appreciate the storied history of the Alpenhof, its classic Bavarian alpine charm, and the fact that it is one of the few remaining original properties in Teton Village.”
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