Meet Nick – Our Reservations Manager!
Nick has been working in Reservations since November 2019 and was recently promoted to Manager this fall. If you have called the Lodge to discuss an upcoming reservation or book a new one, there is a good chance it was Nick on the other end of the line. He consistently provides authentic and great service to our guests and is always happy to answer questions. Learn more about what brought Nick to Alta and why he doesn’t see himself leaving anytime soon.
Hi, I’m Nick!
I was born and raised in South Florida but have moved a few times since, spending time in Colorado and Oregon, a brief stint in Barcelona, Spain, and now, here in Utah. My best friend Clifton connected me to the Lodge. He had worked here off and on for a few seasons over the last decade and would always suggest I take a winter or two “off” and come out to live the Alta Lodge experience. I think it took me 5+ years to listen to him. It was good advice.
Waking up to the full moon floating above Mt. Superior in the pre-dawn blue and knowing that when I get off work, I will have plenty of time to ski really make the days here pretty good and easy.
Waking up to the full moon floating above Mt. Superior in the pre-dawn blue and knowing that when I get off work, I will have plenty of time to ski really make the days here pretty good and easy. I never thought I would be sitting at a desk 40 hours a week, but here I am. I really enjoy working in reservations and being able to interact with guests. And honestly, the perks are amazing; last season, I skied more days than I had in all my previous seasons combined (I was a Florida boy after all, as my coworkers will never let me forget).
The Alta experience isn’t just what you get from it, but what you bring to it. I brought board games (the collection at the Alta Lodge is flourishing), and I have used up all the shelf space in my room to store my personal collection. I don’t think my friends here suspected that they would come to love playing such titles as “The Quacks of Quedlinburg” or “A Feast for Odin” as much as it seems they do. After all, it is a good year to replace a trip to the Peruvian with a board game in the Sitz.