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Boutique Hotels in Jackson Hole, WY

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Do you like adventure during the day and coziness at night? Then staying at a boutique hotel in Jackson Hole in Wyoming is a great choice.

Being active in the outdoors in Jackson Hole (WY)

There are no less than five golf courses in Jackson Hole for those wanting to perfect their swing or take their first classes. Also, there is no need to lug around your clubs as you can usually borrow all your material at the courses, which are located against the impressive scenery of the surrounding mountains. Alternatively, horseback riding is a good option for active exploration. Some ranches offer horseback riding tours on their private lands, but you can also head out into the parks for a day.

If you are more into independent travel, hiking the area is a great idea. It allows you to absorb the scenery at your own pace, stopping to picnic whenever you get hungry. Furthermore, it is also possible to discover the area from the sky by taking one of the chair lifts at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Snow King Mountain Resort, or Grand Targhee. Once you have reached the top, you can go for a hike, grab a bite at a mountain restaurant, or descend again on a mountain bike.

In winter, Jackson Hole is all about snow. Skiing and snowboarding are obvious activities, but did you know you can also rent a snowmobile? You can choose between a guided tour or simply rent a mobile for some solo cruising. A more natural but just as exciting way of seeing the area in winter, is by doing a dog sledding tour. Make no mistakes, these dogs go fast! If you prefer a slower pace, a horse-drawn sleigh ride might be a better option for you.

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