Getting Outdoors in the West

 
The West is known as the Great Wide Open for a reason, with its picturesque setting and open fields for roaming. We've explored the region high and low in search of some just-as-great outdoor getaways and found these incredible spots along the way. Take a look at just a few of our favorite spots reconnect to nature and get active out west! For skiers and nature enthusiasts alike, there are very few places that compare to Jackson Hole. The low-lying valley, located near Wyoming's western border with Idaho and surrounded by the Teton Mountain Range, is the gateway to some of the nation's most spectacular national parks, including Grand Teton, Yellowstone, and the National Elk Reserve. The easily available hiking, biking, river rafting, camping and skiing attracts visitors here year-round. Where to Stay: Spring Creek Ranch

Jackson Hole, Wyoming

The West is known as the Great Wide Open for a reason, with its picturesque setting and open fields for roaming. We've explored the region high and low in search of some just-as-great outdoor getaways and found these incredible spots along the way. Take a look at just a few of our favorite spots reconnect to nature and get active out west!

For skiers and nature enthusiasts alike, there are very few places that compare to Jackson Hole. The low-lying valley, located near Wyoming's western border with Idaho and surrounded by the Teton Mountain Range, is the gateway to some of the nation's most spectacular national parks, including Grand Teton, Yellowstone, and the National Elk Reserve. The easily available hiking, biking, river rafting, camping and skiing attracts visitors here year-round.

Where to Stay: Spring Creek Ranch

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