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Jackson and Grand Teton National Park

  • Jackson and Grand Teton National Park

    Jackson located in the Jackson Hole valley is a major gateway for visiting nearby Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National Park, and the National Elk Refuge.

    • Grand Teton Mountains


    • Skiing in Jackson


    • Spring in Grand Teton National Park


    Framed by four elk-antler arches, Jackson’s Town Square is the picturesque centerpiece of Jackson. Stroll through the town and its many unique shops and stop for a drink at the famed Million Dollar Cowboy Bar. The town square is surrounded by dozens of boardwalk-fronted art and photo galleries, bars, restaurants, factory outlets and gift shops.

    In summer absorb the beautiful region while having fun ATV riding, mountain biking, rock climbing, canoeing or kayaking, fishing and fly fishing. The pristine and scenic rivers are stunning for avid whitewater paddlers and rafters or for a relaxing float along a lazy river.

    In winter a host of winter sport activities await you including down hill skiing, cross country skiing, dog sledding, snow boarding, snow shoeing, and snow mobiling.

    Grand Teton National Park is located in northwestern Wyoming; north of the town of Jackson, Wyoming and south of Yellowstone National Park. It is often overshaded by its larger neighbour Yellowstone National Park, however it is equally beautiful and provides greater opportunity to see Wyoming’s bear and moose population.

    During summer, wildflowers paint meadows in vivid colors. Crystalline alpine lakes fill glacial cirques, and noisy streams cascade down rocky canyons to larger lakes at the foot of the range.

    The Snake River flows through the park and features world-class fishing, unparalleled wildlife viewing, boating and floating the mild rapids depending on time of year.

    Have your camera ready if you take a scenic drive along the Jenny Lake or the Signal Mountain Summit Road and watch out for the animals.

    Hiking in Grand Teton National Park can be a challenging experience due to the rugged nature of the landscape, including high elevation, steep trails and extreme and sudden weather changes.

    South of the park is Teton Village, a quaint town offering a selection of shops and restaurants.

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    • Top Tip 1

      Take in the Cheyenne Frontier Days annual rodeo for all things western. It's held over a ten day period every July.

    • Top Tip 2

      If you're heading west from Cheyenne, make sure you take Route 130, the snowy Ridge Scenic Byway. The spectacular scenery makes it a worthwhile detour.

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  • National Parks & Scenic Byways

    Begins in and ends in Jackson, Wyoming

    21 Days / 20 Nights

    Departures: May to September

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    Your fly drive includes

    • Round trip scheduled flights
    • Intermediate 4 door car hire, including insurances and satellite navigation.
    • Accommodations as stated
    • Personalised Road Book

    Inclusions whilst at Ranch at Rock Creek

    • Daily breakfast, lunch and dinner (3 course up to 7 course meals). Unlimited premium wine, beers, spirits, soft drinks and snacks.
    • All on-ranch guided activities, including lessons and a selection of gear for guest use.
    • Evening entertainment in the Silver Dollar Saloon (including 4-lane bowling alley, billiards, karaoke, private movie theatre, games).
    • Unlimited long-distance and international phone calls.

    Inclusions whilst at Triple Creek Ranch

    • Breakfast, lunch, snacks, gourmet dinners, house wines/spirits/beer
    • Many on-ranch activities.
    • Grand Teton National Park


    • Horse Riding in the Tetons


    • Grand Prismatic, Yellowstone National Park


    • Rocky Mountains


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    • Beartooth Highway


    • Swiftcurrent Lake, Glacier National Park


    • Going to the Sun Road



    Arrive Jackson

    Depart the UK on your chosen scheduled flight to Jackson. Upon arrival, collect your car and make the short journey to Teton Village which provides your base for the next two nights.

    Hotel: Teton Mountain Lodge & Spa



    Teton Village

    Grand Teton National Park is often overshadowed by its larger neighbour Yellowstone National Park, however it is equally beautiful and provides greater opportunity to see Wyoming’s bear and moose population. Your hotel sits just a few minutes south of the park in Teton Village, which is a quaint town offering a selection of restaurants and shops.

    Hotel: Teton Mountain Lodge & Spa



    Yellowstone National Park

    Today, you head north past Jenny Lake to majestic Yellowstone National Park. Although spanning across three US states, 96% of the park is located in Wyoming. Sitting on Yellowstone Plateau, the park has lakes and waterfalls, mountains and valleys, a petrified forest and of course the infamous geothermal geysers. There is so much to see and do, we have allowed two nights staying at a hotel within the park, overlooking tranquil Lake Yellowstone.

    Hotel: Lake Yellowstone Hotel




    It is time to venture into Montana, and today's drive takes you through Gold West Country. You may decide to stop at the World Museum of Mining in Butte or at the Virginia and Nevada City Mines which are two preserved mining camps from the 1860’s gold rush era, before arrival at the luxurious Ranch at Rock Creek where excellent service, personalised activities and gourmet dining await. The concierge service will talk you through the activities available and plan your stay so you experience everything offered. Try fly fishing, archery, clay pigeon shooting, biking, hiking and of course the horseback riding to amazing view points across the Montana plains.

    Hotel: The Ranch at Rock Creek



    Whitefish Lake / Glacier National Park

    Departing Gold West Country you head north and cross into Glacier Country, home to Flathead Indian Reservation. En route we suggest a stop at National Bison Range which protects one of the most important remaining herds of American Bison and at Flathead Lake, the largest natural freshwater lake in western USA at almost 200 square miles. Your hotel is located at Whitefish, overlooking the lake and offers a plethora of outdoor recreation. No stay in this region would be complete without visiting Glacier National Park. This natural haven has more than 700 miles of maintained trails, sparkling lakes, alpine glaciers and deep forests to explore.

    Hotel: Lodge at Whitefish Lake




    Returning south, your journey passes through the traditional large town of Missoula, and the small town of Hamilton which houses Daly Mansion, the historic home of 19th century industrialist Marcus Daly. Covering 46 lush acres it is filled with artefacts and exhibits from the era. Next it’s on to your second ranch experience. A member of the prestigious Relais and Chateau Collection, Triple Creek is a luxurious adult only ranch. Take to the water on a white water rafting or scenic river floating trip whilst back on land, hiking, biking, horseback riding and all-terrain vehicle tours beckon you to give them a try.

    Hotel: Triple Creek Ranch




    It is a short drive today into Idaho, but wonderfully scenic so keep your camera’s close by. We suggest you follow the Wild & Scenic River Corridor for the most beautiful views. This route includes the Northwest Passage Scenic Byway which hugs the Clearwater and Lochsa Rivers. En route visit Nez Perce National Historic Park and take a small detour to Hells Canyon National Recreation Area where you can see Hells Canyon Dam and drive the parks scenic byway. Your hotel for the next two nights sits on the shores of Payette Lake, offering an idyllic retreat with many recreational opportunities.

    Hotel: Shore Lodge



    Sun Valley

    This morning’s delight is the Payette River Scenic Byway, which journeys alongside the wet and wild Payette River and grandiose Boise National Forest. Next, take the Wildlife Canyon Scenic Byway and make a stop at turbulent South Fork, where whitewater rafting is the top attraction. It’s a brief journey along the Ponderosa Pine Scenic Byway before finally taking the Sawtooth Scenic Byway to your destination of Sun Valley.

    Hotel: Sun Valley Lodge




    Journey a portion of the Peaks to Glaciers Scenic Byway this morning and see Craters of the Moon National Monument and Lost River Valley, before crossing the state line back into Wyoming. This evening is yours to unwind at the amazing Amangani, one of the most luxurious hotels in Jackson Hole.

    Hotel: Amangani


    Journey home

    You may decide to spend your last morning relaxing by the pool before making the short drive back to Jackson Airport, where you return your rental car and check-in for your flight back to the UK.


    From £8275 per person based on twin occupancy of Standard rooms in low season. Other prices available on request. 

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