• Heli Skiing at Teton Springs Lodge & Spa

    Get the ultimate deep powder experience in Jackson Hole with a heli-skiing package from High Mountain-Heli Skiing. The newest modeled A-star helicopter will escort you to 305,000 acres of vast open bowls, steep chutes, couloirs, enchanted forests and perfectly gladed trees all for you to explore. This winter adventure is one we guarantee you’ll never forget.

  • Snowcat Skiing at Grand Targhee

    Cruise open bowls, endless glades, and steep tree pitches in Wyoming's only Catskiing operation at Grand Targhee! Led by knowledgeable guides, experience more than 18,000 vertical feet in one day.

  • The Headwaters Grill

    The Headwaters Grill at Teton Springs Resort offers fresh fare in a spectacular environment. Enjoy your meal in the casual bar, intimate Fireside Dining Room, or on the patio overlooking the award-winning Headwaters Golf Club. Located adjacent to Teton Springs Lodge & Spa, Headwaters Grille is also an ideal venue to host a meeting, special event or gathering. For reservations, please call 208-787-8130.

  • Wildlife Tour of Grand Teton National Park

    The experienced guides of Brushbuck Tours will take you through Jackson Hole and Grand Teton National Park, showing you the incredible scenery and local wildlife along the way. Among other creatures, the park houses grizzly and black bears, elk, eagles, and wolves. In addition to guiding you to wildlife hotspots, Brushbuck Tours will provide a historical and cultural account of the area. Tours are available year round, ranging from 4-8 hour day tours to 4-day / 3 night expeditions.

  • Headwaters Club

    Nationally recognized by numerous golf and leisure magazines, the courses of the Headwaters Club at Teton Springs Lodge & Spa were designed in a special collaboration by golf legend Byron Nelson, PGA touring pro Steve Jones and renowned golf course architect, Gary Stephenson. Rolling fairways, well bunkered greens, and spring fed lakes teaming with native trout promise memorable rounds for all.

  • Yellowstone National Park

    No trip to Teton Springs is complete without a visit to Yellowstone, America’s very first national park. No matter the season, this national treasure is full of natural wonders, so be sure to bring your camera! Experience the legendary Old Faithful geyser, see buffalo, moose and other wildlife in their natural habitat, wet a line in one of the many rivers and streams and marvel at the countless geologic wonders found within the park. Explore by foot, boat, or bike in the summer, or by snow coach or snowmobile in the winter.