This Summer, Join Our Team at Togwotee Mountain Lodge, Your Gateway to Adventure!
Nestled high in the mountains of the Bridger-Teton National Forest, Togwotee Mountain Lodge has earned its reputation as the World's Premier Snowmobile destination for winter vacation sports. In the summer, Togwotee is the perfect place to be for exploring both Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, as well as the gorgeous mountain ranges of Wind River and the Absaroka's.
Togwotee Mountain Lodge is located in the Bridger-Teton National Forest - 16 miles from Grand Teton National Park and 47 miles from the South Gate of Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming.
About Togwotee Mountain Lodge
Located at the base of Angle Mountain and spread over 88 acres, Togwotee Mountain Lodge offers 88 guest rooms (54 cabins, 28 lodge rooms and 6 suites), casual dining experiences at the Red Fox Saloon or Grizzly Grill, a Fireside Lounge that includes a fireplace and pool table, as well as cook outs and horseback riding! Oh, and did we mention the gorgeous views of the Teton Mountain Range from property?!
In the summer season (May-Oct.) we take advantage of the warmer weather with all types of outdoor activities, for guests and employees alike. TML provides horseback riding onsite, ranging from one hour to overnight beginner rides. Working with vendors in the Jackson Hole valley TML also books fishing, hiking, mountain biking, whitewater rafting, float trips, and covered wagon cookouts. Hiking opportunities are endless in this region with the Bridger Teton National Forest and Wind River Mountains out our front door, the Teton Wilderness out our back door, Grand Teton National Park located 20 minutes west and Yellowstone about an hour from our location.
In the winter season (Dec.-April) we offer extensive snowmobiling, including extreme riding in the 2.5 million acres of land surrounding us with over 600 miles of groomed trails. We also offer dog sledding onsite! Several employees bring equipment to enjoy snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and snowboarding in the National Forest.
Between our seasons—April & Nov - we continue to employ a few housekeepers, maintenance and our management staff.
The Employee Experience
Being an employee at Togwotee Mountain Lodge is unlike any experience you have had so far, guaranteed! Our commitment to service and the friendliness of our staff, combined with the comfortable and relaxed atmosphere makes sure your time at Togwotee will be unmatched.
Our staff size varies from season to season - 80 employees in the summer and 120 employees in the winter. Although we are considered a seasonal operation, staying for more than one season is easy to accomplish and you still get the off season travel time without having to worry about what you are going to do next.
Togwotee really is the "Gateway to adventure"; within a minute's walk of where you live, you can be completely surrounded by nature with no other person in sight (or hearing distance), a short drive away are some spectacular scenic roads that allow you to be secluded without the fear of getting lost, and you can't forget that two of the best national parks in the country are a stone's throw away!
Togwotee Mountain Lodge is owned by Aramark. Aramark is in the customer service business across food, facilities and uniforms, wherever people work, learn, recover, and play. United by a passion to serve, our more than 270,000 employees deliver experiences that enrich and nourish the lives of millions of people in 22 countries around the world every day.
Aramark’s leisure group specializes in lodging, recreation, conference centers and meeting services. The scope of our operations includes lodging, conference and meeting space, houseboats and other marine activities, retail merchandise, casual and fine dining experiences, and interpretive tours in some of this country's most pristine protected lands and national parks. We have been active partners with the National Park Service for over 20 years, providing high-quality visitor services in numerous locations across the United States. We are one of the nation’s leading managers of conference centers with a strong focus on customer experience. We are considered a premier provider of professional services by clients and competition alike, committed to providing high-quality recreation, hospitality and authentic experiences to clients and visitors from all over the world.
Room and Board
At Togwotee we offer onsite housing and meals for all our staff for a cost of $12 a day. This includes three meals a day in our Employee Dining Room, housing rent and all utilities.
Employee housing is dorm style, two individuals per room, with a bathroom in each (no community sharing!). There is plenty of storage for your belongings and although some furniture is not in EVERY room, most rooms have an extra chair, some type of table space and occasionally a microwave and TV. To ensure an agreeable living situation, a housing questionnaire is sent to each person during the hiring process to help find similar individuals to room together.
A one time only housing deposit is due at the time of check-in, of $125; this is returned to the employee at the time of their housing check-out, assuming there are no damages.
Employees receive a 30% discount on meals in both the restaurant and saloon. You’ll also receive 30% off all gift shop items that display a Togwotee logo; all other gift shop items are 20% off. Convenience store items are 20% off except for alcohol and tobacco; discounts on gas are also given. Some activities like horseback, cookouts, whitewater, and float trips are discounted; more information is given at orientation. Employees also receive discounts on lodging at certain times, please see the Front Office Manager for details.
A end of season monetary bonus is given to hourly employees who exemplify the Togwotee standards; to be eligible for the bonus, employees must complete the season or their employment agreement date. Those who quit or are terminated are not eligible, and their portion will be allotted to the remaining staff. Your bonus is dependent on your performance throughout the season, length of employment, and managerial discretion.
In the winter snowmobile rentals are discounted and a ski pass is available for the three ski resorts in and near Jackson Hole.
Full Time Year-round employees can choose to sign up for health benefits and 401K investments. A waiting period is required for the benefits and will be covered in more detail during the hiring process. Seasonal employees can choose to sign up for health benefits and 401K investments.
Getting Here and Getting Around
TML will provide transportation from the town of Jackson or the Jackson Hole Airport to Togwotee Mountain Lodge to begin the season and at the completion of employment.
Jackson Hole Airport is located 40 miles from us. The airport code is JAC. Idaho Falls (IDA) is the next closest airport, then Salt Lake City (SLC).
The Salt Lake Express is a shuttle service from Salt Lake City though Idaho Falls and into Jackson daily. Check their website for current rates and schedules. Please note that this may be the cheapest option for getting to Jackson.
No major bus line stops in Jackson Hole. Greyhound can get you to the Salt Lake Express in Salt Lake City or Idaho Falls. Plan accordingly if you are changing bus lines to get to Jackson Hole on the express.
Employee trips, with transportation, are provided by the lodge; we often go to Yellowstone, Jackson, and various remote points of interest in the National Forest for fishing, hiking, sight seeing and relaxing. Activities include:
- Hiking (Wind River, Teton, Absaroka & Gros Ventre Ranges)
- Whitewater rafting
- Scenic Float Trips
- Mountain Biking
- Horseback Riding
- ATV’s in Dubois and our town operation, Togwotee Adventures
- Rodeos in Jackson and Dubois
- Dog Sledding
- Cross Country Skiing
- Ski Pass for Jackson Hole's 3 ski resorts
Positions in bold are currently open! Please visit our website today for the most current job openings!
- Housekeeping Supervisor (1)/Housekeepers (4)
- Front Desk Associate
- Housekeeping (housekeeper, porter, laundry)
- Retail Associate (gift shop cashier, gas station cashier)
- Food & Beverage (servers, bartenders, host/hostess, bus person)
- Maintenance (general maintenance, snow shovel technician)
- Snowmobile Operations (guides, rental shop cashier, mechanics, trail groomers)