The Greater Yellowstone area is an isolated geological wonder, worshipped by naturalists and casual visitors alike. Hikers will be enjoyably challenged by high, rocky terrain and rewarded with incredible views of the Tetons and Yellowstone Park. The Teton Range is one of the premiere rock climbing and mountaineering destinations in the world, luring climbers from everywhere to test their mettle against such an old and venerable adversary.
The Teton Club is Jackson Hole's best ski-in, ski-out location, located in Teton Village, home of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Enjoy our day spa, gym, and relaxing lounge after a day of skiing, snowshoeing or dog sledding. Let our extraordinary service make your vacation unforgettable.
Jackson Hole, Wyoming is a 48-mile long valley that is home to the country's largest free-roaming buffalo herd. The largest town in the valley is Jackson. Smaller surrounding towns include Teton Village, nestled under the peaks of the Grand Teton Mountain Range. The valley offers wide-open spaces, abundant wildlife and amazing winter and summer activities. Teton Club is a short drive to the Grand Teton National Park, and less than an hour to the nation's first national park: Yellowstone.
The Teton Club offers two- and three-bedroom condominiums that can sleep up to six guests for a two-bedroom unit and eight guests for three-bedroom unit. Our rooms feature luxurious accommodations that include fully-stocked kitchens with Gallery Gourmet Appliances, gas-powered fireplaces, balconies, in-room security safes, washer and dryer and Wi-Fi. The resort itself features a Great Room, business center, 24-hour concierge, valet parking, dry cleaning, barbeque grills overlooking the rock terrace hot tub, and access to both a day spa and a nearby golf course.
The hearty cuisine of Jackson Hole is pure American frontier. The Game Fish Restaurant, located in the Snake River Lodge & Spa, has a menu for slightly more refined tastes that includes fresh house-cured salmon, game sausage, and homemade ice cream, all taken in an quiet western ambience. Billy's Giant Hamburgers in downtown Jackson offers visitors a mouth-watering cheeseburger true to its name and a 1950s-style atmosphere to match.
Nora’s Fish Creek Inn is the place to go for a filling pancake breakfast, and the Mangy Moose in Teton Village attracts skiers coming off the mountain who are looking for a stout beer and a tasty meal. On the finer end of Jackson Hole dining, the Blue Lion is the very essence of understated elegance with a menu that includes rack of lamb and grilled elk loin. With more chic fare and upbeat energy, the Cadillac Grille features fire-roasted elk tenderloin, pancetta-crusted Alaska halibut, and an extensive wine menu
Once used by Native Americans for hunting and ceremonial purposes, Jackson Hole, nestled against the imposingly beautiful Teton Mountains, is a carefully-preserved slice of the old Western frontier. The valley itself is forty-eight miles long and home to America's largest free-roaming buffalo herd. It features one of the lowest base elevations of any ski resort area in the Rocky Mountains and lies just south of Yellowstone, the world's first national park.
Jackson Hole has attracted a lot of attention from Hollywood in the past; over fifteen feature films have been filmed in the valley, including Shane and Rocky IV. The valley is home to over sixty species of mammals, one hundred species of birds, and six species of game fish. On the ground, you can spot elk, bison, moose, and bears, and in the sky you can watch bald eagles and blue herons soar about in their element. Needless to say, Jackson Hole is a nature lover's dream come true.
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*Full week stays only, with check in on Saturdays.