3 Ways to go “Wild” in Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Make all your wild, wild west dreams come true with a trip to Jackson Hole. The popular year-round destination is home to Grand Teton National Park, the site of movies like Shane and Django Unchained, along with the training site for Rocky IV. Keep reading for three ways to get wild with Teton Mountain Lodge & Spa this summer.

Stay Wild

Channeling the Western spirit in a picturesque ski lodge setting, Teton Mountain Lodge & Spa is conveniently located within Teton Village, combining rustic style with the warmth of mountain lodging. The resort is also perfect for those wanting to explore nearby parks. Teton Mountain Lodge is located just one mile from the entrance to Grand Teton National Park and just 90 minutes to Yellowstone.

Eat Wild

After a long day of exploring, there’s nothing better than refueling with hearty eats. The resort’s on-site restaurant Spur Restaurant & Bar dishes out homestyle faves and comforting classics to keep things wild. Dig into Idaho Buffalo Short Ribs, Braised Kurobuta Pork Shank, Vildsvin Stew with Wild Boar and more.

See Wild

While cruising down the mountain on fresh powder may be the highlight of the winter months, during the summer there’s still plenty to explore. In partnership with Wild Things of Wyoming and in-house naturalist Kurt Johnson, guests can enjoy the nearby wildlife, national parks and more through programming that includes Dawn & Dusk Wildlife Safaris, The Best of Yellowstone Safari, Photo Safaris, The Best of Grand Teton Safari and more.

The newest Predators of Yellowstone safari, will be focused on finding bears, wolves and the animals they prey on, but also includes all the other dynamic aspects of both Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. This intimate, small group safari will be offered October 10-14 and will be led by an experienced naturalist in a fully-customized Mercedes Sprinter.

National Parks Explorer Package

Visit now through October 15 and book the National Parks Explorer package which includes a three-night minimum stay in any room or suite, an Annual National Park Pass valid for one year’s entry at all U.S. National Parks and a complimentary copy of Kurt Johnson’s Guidebook to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.

For more information, visit: tetonlodge.com

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