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Garnet Lodge, an Exemplary Jackson Hole Luxury Rental

Teton Village, Wyoming, remains one of North America’s most beloved ski destinations, as this quaint, undeniably gorgeous mountain town offers 2,500 acres of glorious terrain, lending itself to over 130 distinct runs. The Jackson Hole Mountain ski area is a visual and recreational masterpiece, but winter enthusiasts will also be a short drive from Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park. After each marvelous day on the slopes, return to Garnet Lodge, an opulent, conveniently-located Jackson Hole luxury rental. Garnet Lodge’s private, eight-home community is a five-to-seven-minute walk from the nearest ski lift, as well as a bevy of steakhouses, spas, and cocktail bars. Garnet Lodge, a Lavish Jackson Hole Luxury Rental Over the years, Garnet Lodge has blossomed into the premier Jackson Hole luxury rental, mainly because of its spacious, head-turning great room, which features a floor-to-ceiling fireplace, oversized bay windows, a dazzling chandelier, an expressive Oriental rug, and a walk-out deck. Both the deck and the windows peer toward a rugged, eastbound mountain range. The interior’s 1970s lodge-style architecture, including repurposed hardwood floors, tall beams, and cathedral ceilings, creates an idyllic ambiance for skiers, hunters, and snowshoers alike. After several hours on the mountain, guests can soak [...]

Discover Mountain Luxury in Teton Village, Wyoming

Hidden near Wyoming’s rushing Snake River at the foothills of glorious Grand Teton National Park lies an idyllic four-season destination: Teton Village, home to one of the world’s most prestigious ski mountains. The region offers so much more than “just” fresh powder, rugged mountains, and 130-plus world-class ski trails. Nature enthusiasts, thrill-seekers, and casual adventurers alike will discover that Teton Village is sublimely positioned at the Grand Teton’s front door, where hiking, horseback riding, fly fishing, and mountain biking excursions naturally transpire. There’s never been a more suitable time to research, book, and plan a secluded, undeniably stirring escape to the United States’ least-populated state. And there’s no better place to start and finish each day of outdoor recreation, fine dining, and utter relaxation than at Garnet Lodge, Teton Village’s crown jewel. Teton Village’s Finest Vacation Home: Garnet Lodge Elite Destination Homes has lavish vacation rentals all across the globe, and this sophisticated Grand Teton lodge remains the crème de la crème among ski homes near Jackson Hole’s genuinely head-turning Rendezvous Mountain. Most skiers and snowboarders find their mouths agape when they first spot this world-renowned mountain. But the truth is that Garnet Lodge itself is equally spellbinding, with its [...]

National Parks In the US You’ll Want to Visit

There are so many national parks to visit in the US, and when you vacation with Elite Destination Homes you’ll be in for a treat! Our United States locations are close to many national parks that feature beautiful panoramas and fantastic options for hiking. As we’re wrapping up National Parks Week, there is still time to spend at one of our excellent destination vacation rentals! Here are four fabulous parks you’ll want to visit when spending time at our luxury vacation homes. Yellowstone National Park Primarily located in Wyoming, Yellowstone National Park is home to the very first national park in America. This park remains one of the most popular locations that people enjoy visiting. From the otherworldly like hot springs to the mudpots, beautiful waterfalls and geysers. You’ll love spending a day or two just exploring all that there is to see! When you visit Yellowstone don’t forget to check out our stunning Garnet Lodge, in Jackson Hole, where you’ll be close to Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons. The Great Smoky Mountains The Smokies are a sight to see in the morning, capturing their nickname due to the rolling fog when dawn breaks, you’ll want to capture the beauty [...]

Mountains and Moose and Bears, Oh My!

By Jeanne Larson | Jackson Hole, WY It was a long October weekend, and we had decided to head to Jackson Hole. My family and I love to ski, so although it wasn’t the season, we viewed this as a good scouting expedition. The car trip from Minnesota across South Dakota was pretty uneventful, until we crossed the Missouri River. The terrain suddenly became more sculpted and hinted of mountains. The four of us arrived in Jackson at night, picked up a few goodies for the next day, and made our way through intermittent fog several miles along the Snake River to Teton Village, the slope-side hamlet of Jackson Hole Mountain. The carved wooden bear at the front door welcomed us and confirmed we had made it to Bear Paw Lodge. When morning came, I was anxious to see the surroundings. I looked out of the floor to ceiling great room windows to a gorgeous view of Sleeping Indian Mountain, when some movement in the foreground caught my eye. A lone moose was munching tall grass about 100 feet away on a neighboring rise. Teton Village was an easy walk from Bear Paw, and the weather was crisp and clear, [...]

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