When your search engine takes you to lodging in Grand Teton territory, it usually means a trip to Yellowstone is a top priority on this vacation. Wild and wonderful Wyoming likes to proclaim Yellowstone National Park as entirely its own. While it’s a geographical fact that indeed most of the nation’s first national park lies undoubtedly within the borders of the Cowboy State, Idaho and Montana can still lay claim to a small slice of this magnificent national treasure. That’s just another benefit to visiting Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, the chance to explore multiple, and equally as grand, Rocky Mountain States.
Lodging in Grand Teton country optimally means choosing a property that also serves as a gateway to a vast array of fun and interesting things to do and see in this most worthy of America’s destinations. Teton Springs Lodge & Spa in Victor, Idaho, can best be described as that perfect base camp for adventure, in all seasons. Summer and fall are the most popular times to visit for most vacationers, but a winter getaway trip to Teton Springs should always top the list for those seeking the best outdoor opportunities. Light, dry powder snow blankets this region with consistency; it arrives in November almost like clockwork.
Lodging in Grand Teton at Teton Springs… Fun & Adventure
Lodging in Grand Teton needs to be convenient to the prime winter sport destinations. When you select grand Teton lodging in a full service resort like Teton Springs Resort, you’ll spend most of any given day playing and not driving. Time here is best served carving turns in the legendary snow at Teton Valley’s Grand Targhee Resort. “Powder is our Middle Name” is a popular Grand Targhee bumper sticker and that really says it all. Or, another option close to Teton Springs where one can attempt to conquer the vast backcountry terrain is the Jackson Hole ski area, also aptly known as the “The Big One.”