, 2022-12-21 15:27:05
Instead of getting to Bozeman on a commercial flight and grabbing an Uber at the airport, they arrive by jet and hop on a helicopter “so that it’s only a 10-minute ride to the club instead,” said Adamo Vullo, a former Yellowstone Club employee turned caretaking manager for Outpost, a luxury property management company in Jackson, Wyo.
Opulent? Yes. Out of the ordinary? Not so much. Vullo said it was common for guests to arrive at the club in such fashion — or shell out thousands to helicopter to lunch.
Such is life for the ultrawealthy who frequent luxury ski destinations — and not just private clubs. You can still find the type of travelers who belong on “The White Lotus” on mountains that are technically accessible to the everyman, including Aspen, Jackson Hole and the Alps.
Even if you can afford to ski next to them, good luck keeping up off the slopes. Helicopters from the airport are just the tip of the iceberg. The Washington Post interviewed industry insiders including hoteliers, ski instructors, property managers and travel planners, to understand the mountains they…
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