White Water Rafting
While Teton Spring Lodge & Spa welcomes guests throughout the year, winter and summer seasons in the past have consistently enticed most visitors to the Teton Mountains. However, more and more adventure seekers have come to discover that this place is magical in all seasons. It’s no surprise given the extraordinary menu of activities available to recreationists of all ages in this Yellowstone-Teton region.
Teton Springs, just outside the lovely town of Victor, Idaho, and within a short skip and hop to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, affords guests the luxury of playing in the heart of the country’s greatest outdoor playground. It doesn’t take one long to appreciate that this is the perfect place for that well-deserved getaway.
Driving through the gates of Teton Springs Resort, one is immediately captivated by the enchantment of this sprawling complex, enveloped by the beautifully sculptured 18-hole Headwaters Golf Course. Lodging options will also surpass all expectations. Fully stocked accommodations in the hotel provide spaciously designed one- and two-bedroom suites offering 785 and 1,160 square feet, respectively.
Visitors are consistently enthralled with their comfortable but chic western décor, full kitchens, gas fireplaces, large balconies, and intricately tiled baths with relaxing jetted. Breakfast & lunch is served daily in the Sage Café, just steps away on the main level of the hotel. Be sure to sample their fruit smoothies and homemade soups!
And for those who want to explore this mecca of recreation while living in the lap-of-luxury can choose a three, four- or five-bedroom mountain log home that encircle this 780 plus acre resort community. These are custom built and decorated homes but they all share one distinct trait – they’re simply extraordinary. Optimum for a family, group of friends or business associates, these homes all provide ample room for everyone to carve out private space of their own. Another trait they all share are the wow factor views of the Big Hole & Teton Mountains, with wildlife viewing from the roomy patios a bonus, making it difficult to get-up-and-go but there are adventures to pursue. So, whether you choose a suite in the hotel or an elegant mountain home, all accommodations at Teton Springs are delightful for visitors looking to make Teton Springs their base camp while exploring the mountains, rivers and other attractions that have put this region in the bullseye of the “must see” and premier Rocky Mountain destinations.
As good fortune would also have it, outdoor enthusiasts at Teton Springs need only to walk outside their door for a wide myriad of activities. A sampling includes hiking, biking, swimming, golf and fly fishing and winter serves up cross country skiing, fat biking and snowshoeing. Heli skiing enthusiasts need only walk outside the lodge to board the chopper for a glorious powder-filled day in the Teton & Big Hole Mountains. Speaking of powder, local mountains offering plenty of the white fluffy stuff are the two iconic Wyoming resorts; Grand Targhee & Jackson Hole Mountain Resort both within a short drive from Teton Springs.
Even though Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is world renowned for its ruggedly beautiful and vast skiable terrain, Jackson and this entire Yellowstone-Teton ecosystem offers much more than snow sliding, as any outdoor enthusiast knows all too well. Thus, an excursion to the “other side of the pass” needs to be on all Teton Springs visitor’s agenda. Jackson is the gateway to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks but there’s other reasons to spend time in the area gracing the eastern slope of the Tetons. It starts with a stunning drive from Victor over Teton Pass with breakfast at Nora’s Fish Creek Inn nestled in the charming hamlet of Wilson Wyoming. Here you’ll mingle with the locals who are always gracious about sharing stories and sometimes even secret paths worth pursuing that are off the beaten path.
Perfect Place to Stay for a White Water Rafting Adventure
However, one attraction that has put Jackson on the map is a whitewater rafting trip on the dramatic and utterly scenic Snake River. They don’t call it the Mighty Snake for nothing; you’re in for a real thrill whitewater rafting on this Wyoming waterway. You’ll meet your group and guide on the banks of the Snake at the bridge in Wilson, and the excitement is almost palpable among the rafters. Early summer season when runoff from winter snowfall is the most intense guarantees the most exhilarating, adrenalin-filled ride, but whitewater rafting this river is fun and exciting all the way through the warm weather months. Enjoy the ride!
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Victor, ID 83455
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