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While a Jackson Hole ski trip is considered to be a tad more rugged than say a Deer Valley ski vacation, there are still more than enough dining and lodging options to satisfy those with a proclivity towards the finer things in life. Several developments including the Four Seasons, and the on-mountain fine dining restaurant Couloir have made a luxury Jackson Hole ski vacation into real

Luxury Jackson Hole Lodging

Four Seasons Resort Jackson Hole was awarded the coveted AAA Five Diamond award. Enjoy Four Seasons luxury with ski in, ski out access in Wyoming’s spectacular Teton Mountains. During warmer months, play golf, fish or hike in unspoiled natural wilderness. Breathe in the fresh clean air. Marvel at a sky full of stars, and enjoy exquisite dining wrapped in panoramic mountain views.

Escape to North America’s finest luxury mountain resort experience. Pamper yourself on your next vacation to Jackson Hole by staying at the Four Seasons Resort. Amenities include 24-hour concierge services and 24-hour in-room dining 

Hotel Terra Jackson Hole offers a modern design with a Western sensibility, where luxury and environmental responsibility come together to create an exceptional guest experience. Located slopeside to the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and at the gateway to Grand Teton National Park, Hotel Terra is a supremely comfortable and sophisticated boutique hotel from which to both experience and preserve this spectacular part of the world.

The Amangani Resort offers elegant suites that are an expression of the surrounding countryside, with modern comforts, woven cowhide chairs and faux wolf throws. The suites also offer a minibar, a CD player, a TV, DVD player and a two-line phone with data plug-in and high-speed Internet access. The resort has a prodigious aspect, in twenty-first Century comfort, across the raw valley of Jackson Hole where many a wild animal leaves a trail into the spectacular surrounding snow-capped Tetons.

Jackson Hole Fine-Dining Restaurant

Like it’s luxury lodging options, the fine dining in Jackson Hole is not necessarily in excess, but what it does offer is bar none. First on the don’t-miss Jackson Hole fine dining list is Wild Sage at the Rustic Parrot Lodge. This AAA, four-star restaurant, has been rated as “Top Mountain Restaurant” by Mountain Living Magazine. So, it goes without saying the wine list is memorable, the food impeccable, and the service outstanding. The intimate atmosphere, ie the exhibition kitchen, only adds to the incredible experience. The fare pairs well with the rustic Jackson vibe, as the menu features American game, meats and fish. What would the Wild West be without a little steak? The White Buffalo Club boasts a stupendous 1,100-bottle cellar, but diners really come to feast one of the juicy menu highlights: USDA New York strip, rib eye or filet. 

Couloir Restaurant at Jackson Hole

If you’re looking for incredible menu and wine list with incredible Teton views, then you must visit Couloir, located at the top of the Bridger Gondola for lunch or dinner. A day ticket, pass or gondola right purchase earns you access to this stunning restaurant, which has been acknowledged in Food and Wine Magazine as “the place to eat” in Jackson Hole. The wine list has also received accolades of recent in Wine Spectator. The menu’s focus is Euro-American with Rocky Mountain flare, which you can find in dishes like the open-faced meatloaf with grilled ciabatta and mushroom bordelaise and the spiced saddle venison with quinoa “fruit cake” and apple butter. There are also some choice seafood options like seared Hawaiian walu and roasted oyster mushroom ravioli to please every taste. 

To learn more about a Jackson Hole Luxury Ski Vacation call, or chat with, one of Ski.com’s knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.

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Nearest Airports

  • Jackson Hole JAC (11 miles)
  • Idaho Falls IDA (91 miles)

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Mountain Stats

  • 450" of annual snowfall
  • 2500 total skiable acres
  • Top elevation 10449 feet, base 6312 feet
  • 10% beginner, 40% intermediate, 45% advanced, 2% expert
  • Projected opening: 11/28/2013
  • Projected closing: 4/6/2014
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