Grand Targhee Is Wyoming’s Powder Paradise
With 200 inches of snow already this season, Wyoming’s Grand Targhee Resort is a powder paradise and a hidden gem among all the major Western resorts.
Celebrating its 50th season, Grand Targhee Resort is a year-round mountain resort situated in the Western slope of the Tetons in Alta, Wyoming. Located in the Caribou-Targhee National Forest, the resort averages more than 500 inches of snow annually, which ranks among the top five resorts for snowfall in the United States. Plus, the resort features a 2,200 vertical drop and more than 2,600 acres of terrain.
From snowcat skiing serving fresh tracks to hikeabe terrain off Mary’s Nipple, 15k of groomed classic and freestyle Nordic Skiing, and winter fat biking, Grand Targhee offers a whole host of winter activities. In fact, Grand Targhee Resort was the first ski resort in the United States to embrace and endorse winter fat bikes on the Nordic trail system. At Grand Targhee, biking is a year-round sport – and fat bikers enjoy access to 15k of groomed Nordic track and over 7 miles of singletrack trails.
Nestled above the scenic Teton Valley, Idaho, Grand Targhee Resort is 42 miles from Jackson Hole, Wyoming; and 82 miles from Idaho Falls, Idaho; and under four hours from Bozeman, Montana. Yellowstone National Park is a scenic two-hour drive and Grand Teton National Park is a 90-minute drive.
The resort features numerous restaurants and shopping option both in the resort village and nearby in Driggs and Victor, Idaho, where you’ll the Grand Teton Brewing Company, Wildlife Brewing and the Grand Teton Distillery.
Grand Targhee Resort is continually recognized for its great snow, unparalleled mountain biking, genuine Western hospitality, scenic beauty, and excellent value, including a fourth night of lodging free. Book three-night stay in a Grand Targhee vacation rental and the fourth night is free. Plus, kids 12 and under always stay free when lodging three or more nights.