Breathtaking views, clean fresh air, and a home away from home feel, sound like a wonderful idea to you? Well me too, while I am not packing my honeymoon bag Jackson Hole, Wyoming would make a great spot for honeymooners, as well as vacation goers.
Jackson Hole, Wyoming is known most for its close proximity to many ski resorts. Ski season here is from December to April. After hitting the slopes all day be sure to cozy up next to a romantic fireplace. At $200 a night Hotel Terra offers a modern place to stay with flat screen TV's and those fireplaces, complimented with sleek eco-friendly décor. Another great $200 a night stay is the Rustic Inn, large private decks allow the perfect place to take in the wilderness around you.
Jackson is home to the National Museum of Wildlife Art. A neat building made of native rocking blending into the wildlife around it. Be sure to grab lunch at Rising Sage Café, if you do stop here. Another great activity, (if stopping in Jackson between mid-December to April) is taking a horse-drawn sleigh through the National Elk Refuge. The refuge is home to over 6,000 elk during these months. You also MUST take a ride aboard “Big Red”, Jackson’s aerial tram. Aboard the 100 passenger tram you will get 360-degree views of Snake River Valley and Grand Teton National Park. There is also dogsledding and tubing down one of the many mountains to enjoy.
Take your hubby and saddle up to the bar at Cowboy Bar, one of Jackson Hole’s oldest establishments. (This will be sure to please your man and entitle you to some local shopping). Speaking of shopping, be sure to walk through the tall antler arches that frame Jackson Hole Town Square, to take on the many boutiques, art galleries, sport shops, and fine dining choices the town has to offer.
Whether taking on the slopes or the breathtaking views, Jackson Hole, Wyoming is sure to have something for everyone.