The Perfect way to enjoy the snow
It appears travelers can’t get to Jackson Hole and the Yellowstone-Teton area fast enough. Folks from all across the country, and beyond America’s borders, set down in this iconic western town year-round to explore and experience the incredible recreation and natural wonders that abound here. Winter season typically kicks off in November, drawing skiers and snowboarders clamoring for the chance to savor the copious white powder-filled slopes or perhaps a snowmobile excursion into Yellowstone National Park. Our first national park is indeed magical when covered in snow and it’s a time when our nation’s most famous geyser Old Faithful, as well as abundance of steaming hot springs, are at their most majestic.
Beautiful one and two-bedroom suites
The Lodge at Teton Springs offers one- & two-bedroom suites that are casually elegant, sporting full kitchens, cozy living and bedrooms and patios. Guests enjoy hearty breakfast and lunch fare at the Sage Café, a warm and intimate eatery on the first floor of the lodge and just steps away is the award-winning Stillwaters Spa & Salon featuring a full array of massage therapy, skin care, and hair & nail treatments.
Magnificent 3 & 4 bedroom cabins to relax
The Teton Springs 3-, 4- and five-bedroom cabins, near Jackson Hole, are truly first-class mountain log homes, each unique and grand in style. They are all custom homes, and offer spacious living with all the amenities one would expect. This private setting within the gated Bronze Buffalo Ranch is perfect for the guest looking for the ultimate vacation spot or the long-term renter who enjoys the luxury and enviable freedom of working from “home.” It’s a place of glorious sunsets and panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and the Headwaters Golf Course.
Jackson Hole and Grand Targhee
Winter guests at Teton Springs, especially with its lodging near Jackson Hole, inevitably have visions of skiing the powder at Teton Village and Grand Targhee Mountain Resorts. Rated the Cowboy State’s top two resorts, there’s guaranteed fun and adventure for all ability levels, with more ski and snowboard runs one can ever hope to squeeze in during a typical winter stay. The mountain at Jackson Hole is massive, with a sprawling village base area to match. Grand Targhee is smaller in scope with a user-friendly base village and legitimate bragging rights year-after year for having some of the most reliable and natural snow conditions in the entire country. Targhee is a family favorite featuring an abundance of beginner and intermediate runs.
Snowking Resort – Overlooking Jackson Hole
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort & Targhee aside, Teton County Wyoming also lays claim to a third notable ski area, Snow King Resort. It’s only a few streets off Jackson’s iconic town square, with its wooden walkways and eclectic mix of shops, restaurants and art galleries. Snow King offers skiing and other fun activities together with lodging near Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Snow King is treasured throughout Wyoming for its rich history, having turned on the state’s first chairlift back in 1947. It’s been a community jewel ever since. Perched majestically on a hill in a quiet Jackson neighborhood, skiers marvel at the view of Jackson Hole and surrounding grandeur from the top of Snow King’s mountain. And, it’s the only resort in the Jackson region with night skiing and a three-lane tubing area guaranteed to delight all thrill seekers.
Stay at Teton Springs – Enjoy the Local Snow
Teton Springs guests have so many options when it comes to playing in the snow including the 7 km of groomed trails on the Bronze Buffalo Ranch private Nordic track. It’s a short hop for Teton Springs guests to reach these three Wyoming ski areas, each resort unique and worthy of a visit from true winter sport enthusiasts. And, all come equipped with jaw-dropping scenery that only wild, wonderful Wyoming can claim.
Enjoy the best of the west!
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