Alterra Mountain Company Adds Hospitality and Real Estate Divisions

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Denver-based Alterra Mountain Company, a a community of 15 iconic year-round destinations, including the world’s largest heli-ski operation, is adding two new divisions to the company, Hospitality and Real Estate. These divisions will work in parallel with the Mountain Division, made up of the company’s 15 North American mountain destinations.

The Hospitality Division is responsible for elevating the guest experience and growing the offerings beyond the company’s current 45 lodging properties, 100+ food and beverage outlets, and various membership clubs. The Real Estate Division is responsible for growing the overall appeal of each destination by combining strategic on-mountain and base area development.

Alterra is also making key leadership changes. Todd Shallan has been promoted to COO Hospitality Division and will leave his current role as president & COO of Deer Valley Resort in late October. Jeremy Levitt, president and COO of CMH Heli-Skiing & Summer Adventures, will assume Todd’s roles and responsibilities at Deer Valley and will continue to oversee CMH. Rob Rohn, CMH’s long-tenured general manager and director of Mountain Operations, will manage daily operations at CMH through the 20/21 winter season. Bryan Elliott has been named president of the Real Estate Division in addition to his current responsibilities as CDO of Alterra Mountain Company.

Alterra Mountain Company is an American hospitality company established in 2018 with headquarters in Denver. It is privately owned by KSL Capital Partners and Henry Crown and Company, the owners of Aspen/Snowmass. It is a conglomerate of several ski resorts that offers a combined season pass.

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