JACKSON, Wyo. (RELEASE)- Families and new skiers would have more options at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort if officials are allowed to move forward with 34 projects.
The Jackson Hole News and Guide reports resort officials presented plans to Teton County Commissioners last week.
Resort engineer Bill Schreiber said the mountain is more advanced and needs additional intermediate-level terrain.
Plans include lifts to easier terrain and a zip line, among other projects.
The Forest Service is reviewing the proposals.
A decision is expected in the summer.
Construction could start before 2018 and last up to seven years.