Jackson Hole Featured in New York Times 46 Places to Go in 2013
With new direct flight offerings, there is no excuse not to put Jackson Hole on your list of extraordinary places to visit this year. As featured in the New York Times, Jackson Hole is the gateway to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, offering all the amenities of a flourishing resort town set against the unique Western backdrop of rugged mountains and untamed wildlife. It’s a picturesque destination that one must experience firsthand to truly appreciate.
Visitors of all ages will appreciate Spring Creek Ranch’s expanded offering of winter wildlife safaris in both neighboring national parks. Whether you travel through Yellowstone on a snow coach or explore the Tetons on snowshoes or cross country skis, adventure-filled days and a host of native wildlife awaits. And while you’re here, don’t forget to leave a few days to explore the endless terrain at legendary Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Powder hounds need look no further as the winter is off to a tremendous start with the famous cowboy powder stacking up. Spring Creek’s Ski Free package will leave you grinning from ear to ear and will quickly turn your visit to Jackson Hole into an annual trip.