Changes have arrived in the Executive Office at Telluride Ski Resort as four industry professionals have signed on at the Colorado resort.
Greg Pack has been named president and general manager. Pack spent the past six years as president/general manager at Moonlight Basin in Montana. His career includes stints at Intrawest, Mountain Creek, Keystone, and Breckenridge. His new responsibilities include overseeing operations and planning of ski, lodging, culinary service, , marketing, guest services, spa and golf.
Brad Larsen becomes vice president of sales and marketing, coming from the same post at Sugarloaf Resort in Maine. His career took him from Lake Tahoe to Welch Village to Snowshoe. He grew up in Wisconsin.
Robert Stenhammer is the new vice president for hospitality for the company. He previously worked for Vail Resorts, Intrawest and Wyndham Worldwide. He is relocating from Hilton Head, N.C., where he served as director of the Chamber of Commerce.
Scott Clements is the new director of ski patrol and risk management, moving over from Durango Mountain Resort. Clements career began with the U.S. Forest Service and has been a ski patroller and director for 28 years.
Photo: Greg Pack (LinkedIn)