Wild Wild West, A winter adventure

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Day 1: Jackson Hole for 3 nights
Meet & greet private transfer from airport to hotel
Accommodation at Hotel the Hotel Four Seasons*****
Located in Wyoming’s spectacular Teton Mountains, the Four Seasons Jackson Hole has ski in/ski out access. This luxury 157 room hotel is great for couples and families, with exceptional facilities for children.
The ideal hotel for a Wild West experience, dramatic scenery and great skiing.
The rooms are both spacious and cosy, many with superb mountain or valley views, balconies and fireplaces, using comfortable interiors, fluffy duvets and cosy soft towels.
The full-service alpine spa has 16 treatments rooms and offers a comprehensive range of massages and beauty treatments to promote relaxation, invigoration and renewal. Guests can enjoy the stunning views of the Tetons from the 23m heated outdoor pool and whirlpools. During the winter months, heated towels, bathrobes and hot chocolate are offered to the brave swimmers!
There is a full ski rental service in-house which will fit you the right boots for your days on the mountain with the convenience of not leaving the hotel. The best bit is, if you need to swap them you can really easily. The expert ski concierge will then take your skis outside ready and waiting for you every morning so you don’t need to lift a finger.

Admire the snow-capped peaks of Grand Teton and the Gros Ventre chain on the east. At 1900 meters above sea level, Jackson was meant to be an amazing ski resort. It is also a picturesque Far West” village” with its typical western buildings and wooden sidewalks.  You can enjoy country music at night!
If you are looking for a romantic experience go on a Horse-Drawn Sleigh Ride

Snuggle under the blanket and afterward, enjoy a complimentary lunch, hot cocoa, appetizers or a full dinner at your private teepee camp.

Day 2
Private Grand Teton Park Winter Tours
National Elk Refuge Sleigh Ride included if you take the full day tour
Step into a winter wonderland on a full-day or half-day private winter tour.
Explore frozen lakes in a beautiful valley buried under 400 inches of snow. With our fun and knowledgeable wildlife guides, you will learn how humans and wildlife have adapted to survive during the five months of Jackson Hole winter. Wildlife often seen on tours include fox, wolves, weasels, bison, moose, elk, eagles, trumpeter swans, and big horn sheep.

Rest of the day
Ski & Snowboard At Your Leisure
Enjoy slope-side access directly outside the Resort’s door, with 13 lifts and 4,139 feet (1,261.6 metres) from the valley floor to the top of Rendezvous Mountain.

Day 3:
Day at leisure for more skiing or we could add an optional activity such as
Dog-sled Tour:  learn how to mush your own team of dogs or just come along for the ride.
A fantastic outdoor adventure in pristine scenery.
Explore the snow-covered terrain along the Continental Divide; or, take a full-day tour, including a tasty cookout lunch, to Granite Hot Springs.
Heli-Skiing Adventure
High Mountain Heli-Skiing transports you to any of five surrounding mountain ranges for a day of unforgettable skiing or snowboarding on fresh, untracked snow. Skiers can expect a full day of skiing at 12,000 to 15,000 vertical feet (3,658 to 4,572 metres).
Snowmobile tour
Watch wildlife on a trip into the Gros Ventre Mountains, ride powder stashes up at the Continental Divide, or snowmobile to Granite Hot Springs and take a dip in their hot spring pool. These guided tours include all necessary gear (helmets, snowsuits, boots and gloves).
Slide on an inner tube
Snow King Resort’s Tubing Park offers a fun alternative to skiing. Guests can enjoy the spectacular scenery while riding the tow lift to the top of the hill, then take hold of the inner tube for an exhilarating ride down the park’s groomed trails.

Day 4:  Yellowstone for 4 nights
Private transfer to Yellowstone National Park
On the borders of Wyoming, Montana and Idaho, Yellowstone is the oldest of America’s national parks – and it can be considered, in many ways, the most impressive of all. In the past, on these lands populated with bison, the native peoples lived, between fumaroles, hot springs and geysers, against a backdrop of spectacular waterfalls and canyons. It is these landscapes, the force of nature that we come to confront, summer and winter.

Accommodation at Old Faithful Inn
The Old Faithful Inn is one of the most popular lodging facilities at Yellowstone National Park. Ideally located within view of the world-famous Old Faithful Geyser, this lodge offers many highlights and advantages you won’t find anywhere else. The inn has more than 300 rooms available, including newly renovated suites and premium rooms that combine old-fashioned and modern characteristics indicative of Yellowstone’s history.

Snowshoe Tour
If you like to spend your time outside in the woods, this is the tour for you!  This highly interpretive tour lasts up to 3 hours and takes you off into the backcountry of Yellowstone.  This trail does not walk the upper geyser basin.  The pace is slow so you will have plenty of time to ask questions, take photos, and enjoy your time outside.  You will travel through different types of forests looking for signs of animals.  You will snowshoe along the Firehole River and also get to see some thermal basins.  The terrain is mostly flat with a few short hills.  You do not need to have any experience snowshoeing.  Your expert guide will help you become comfortable with your gear.

Day 5
Private Winter Photo Safari
Steamy thermal features, cold winter temperatures, and bison trudging through the snow all equal a wonderland that is sure to delight and challenge photographers of all levels. This tour will travel at a leisurely pace along the Firehole and Madison River corridors taking advantage of the numerous wildlife and landscape photo opportunities. An experienced photographer/interpretive guide will cover the basics of nature photography and can offer suggestions to help improve camera skills in order to capture the magic of winter in Yellowstone.

Day 6:
Private transfer to the Northern Part of the National Park
We stay in Yellowstone, but we change hotel.
With your driver you head far north.

Accommodation at The Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel and Cabins***
Named after nearby springs and built in 1937—offers a warm welcome to winter visitors. The hotel is newly remodeled as of fall 2019, now featuring rooms with private bath. Mammoth is an excellent spot to explore the Northern Range’s amazing winter wildlife watching opportunities and ski the miles of groomed and backcountry ski trails during the day. Stop by the ski shop for trail conditions, ski lessons, and rentals.  In the evening, relax with a drink in the newly renovated Map Room which features a full bar and enjoy the musical delights of a live pianist.

Custom Guided Ski Tour-Mammoth
Let our expert guides take you on some of the magical ski trails in Yellowstone.
Our custom trips can accommodate all experience levels and skiing backgrounds. Whether you’re a seasoned cross country skier looking to discover some of those off the beaten path trails or trying out cross country skiing for the first time, a custom ski tour with our guides will help show you the wonder that is winter in Yellowstone.

Day 7: 
Private guided tour of  Norris Geyser Basin
One of the most fascinating and colorful sites in Yellowstone Park, home to nearly 550 geothermal sites alone. A small walk in the snow is necessary to reach it, which makes it a place very little frequented in winter, giving it back all its natural majesty. It is therefore in a privileged setting that we admire the magic of these geysers which are the warmest in the park. The tallest geyser in Yellowstone, the Steamboat Geyser, is also found here, projecting its waters nearly 90 meters high. Unfortunately, its eruptions are separated by several years. But luck may be on your side!

Day 8: 
Private transfer to Bozeman airport
The drive is about 1h45 minutes



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