Tommy Moe – Jackson Hole Ski Club Hall of Fame

In preparation for the upcoming Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard Club Ski Swap, we thought we would share some information about the Jackson Hole Ski Club Hall of Fame. Tordrillo Mountain Lodge co-owner and Olympic gold medalist Tommy Moe is a member of the JHSC Hall of Fame. The JHSC Hall of Fame was created in 2013.

To be considered for the JHSC Hall of Fame, nominees must be at least one of the following: a competitive skier/snowboarder, a ski/snowboard pioneer, a ski sport innovator, and/or an inspirational skier.  Nominees do not have to be members of the JHSC, but must have made a significant contribution to the Club.  Nominees for the JHSC Hall of Fame may be submitted at anytime, download a nomination form. The 2013-2014 inaugural class is made up of twelve outstanding individuals selected by a committee of their peers.  This year’s inductees were honored at the JHSC Black Tie, Blue Jeans Ski Ball September 28, 2013 at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, as well as at the induction banquet dinner February 24th, 2014.  The JHSC Hall of Fame, part of the larger JHSC Ski Museum, will also be housed in the Ski Shelter side of Snow King Center.

Tommy Moe
Lodge co-owner and Olympic gold medalist Tommy Moe

Tommy has been skiing and rafting the Alaska wilderness for over 25 years, he has intimate knowledge of the mountains and rivers and is a certified WFR since 2000. He resides in Jackson Hole, Wyoming with his wife Megan Gerety and two young daughters Taylor and Taryn. You can read more about Tommy Moe on the Tordrillo Mountain Lodge staff page here.

Click here to learn more about the inaugural JSHC Hall of Fame class.

Mark your calendars- The JHSC Ski Swap is only a week and a half away!