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The journey to Jackson can be almost as thrilling as the vacation itself, whether guests drive in from the south through the Snake River Canyon, traverse the Teton Pass from Idaho, or touch down by plane alongside snowcapped peaks. The gritty road to downtown Jackson through Grand Teton National Park curls amid sagebrush pastures shadowed by dramatic peaks. Alongside the road—and occasionally right in the middle of it—bison herds amble along, munching on shrubs. Moose, elk, and pronghorn also call Jackson home, sharing the wilds with sylvan locals. When heavy snows arrive in November, Jackson's population swells with skiers, snowboarders, and more than 5,000 wintering elk. The National Elk Refuge's conservationists invite visitors to observe the mammals up close during horse-drawn sleigh rides. After snapping magazine-quality photos or exchanging saltlick recipes with the antlered beasts, travelers can cross-country ski or snowshoe into Yellowstone National Park. For those who prefer downhill sports, the hotel offers a courtesy shuttle to and from Jackson Hole Mountain Resort at Teton Village.

285 N Cache St