Located slope-side, the Teton Mountain Lodge & Spa is the perfect vacation destination for any season

Beyond the beautiful Teton Village and the world-class slopes of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, there are countless activities and adventures!

Winter Recreation

Winter travelers will find unparalleled ski terrain at the adjacent Jackson Hole Mountain Resort with rolling trails, open bowls, thrilling tree skiing and chutes, and plenty of moderate terrain for those new to skiing and snowboarding.

Off the slopes, visitors can experience the thrill of snowmobiling, the quiet reflection of cross country and skate skiing, epic winter wildlife safaris and dog sledding adventures.

Spring in Jackson Hole

A quiet, lush time of year, spring in Jackon is ideal for visiting and taking in this wild area.

Early-season National Park goers can count on far less traffic and encountering and abundant migrating wildlife in our immediate surroundings as well as in both Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Park. It's a little known secret within the Jackson Hole community that spring is a great time of year to enjoy some early-season fly fishing.

Summer Adventure & Activities

In the warmer months Jackson Hole opens up even more recreational opportunities by providing the ultimate outdoor playground.

The Snake River flows through the valley providing world class fly fishing, whitewater and scenic river rafting, kayaking, and canoeing with spectacular Teton views.

Winding trails run throughout Jackson Hole's mountains and valleys providing plenty of opportunities for hiking, mountain biking, and trail running.

Guests can view Jackson Hole from the big skies in a hot air balloon, paraglider, or glider plane.

The winding country roads and paved pathways are perfect for exploring by bike or car, with breathtaking scenery around every turn.

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