Grand Targhee Vacation Rentals

When Teton Springs Lodge & Spa made its grand entrance in Teton Valley in late 2007, it raised the bar, and more than a notch, for hotel/suite accommodations in all of eastern Idaho. Grand Targhee Vacation Rentals, headquartered in the county seat of Driggs, Idaho, has been steadily building a healthy inventory of private homes, condominiums and town homes, all located primarily east of Driggs. Vacation rentals, Grand Targhee style, are conveniently located off of Ski Hill Road, giving visitors a direct shot to Grand Targhee Resort, the year-round destination in nearby Alta, Wyoming.

grand targhee vacation rentals

Guests who stay offsite in Grand Targhee Vacation Rentals also enjoy all the benefits & amenities afforded guests staying on site at this powder snow Mecca which include terrific ski school packages for families. Targhee is cradled in the west slope of the Teton Mountains, with two mountain peaks and over 2,500 acres of skiable terrain. Grand Targhee’s base area is compact and all services are snuggly set in the charming western village adding an intimacy, almost nest like quality, not found at today’s mega resorts. Visitors to this area will find restaurants, ski school, retail shops, groceries, ski and snowboard rentals and daycare all within walking distance of the lodging units. However, it’s Targhee’s snow that gets top billing here. Boasting over 500 inches annually, Targhee’s snow is legendary among powder snobs and few can argue that it ranks as some of the lightest and driest in the country. Targhee slopes are nirvana for intermediate level skiers but there’s also plenty of challenging terrain to engage the more proficient and adventuresome skier and snowboarder.

Grand Targhee Vacation Rentals For The Summer Season

Believe it or not, all that snow will finally melt and Teton Springs guests and Grand Targhee vacation rental patrons anxiously flock to Targhee during the summer season. What a view as you ride their scenic chairlift to the top of Fred’s Mountain which peaks at 10,000 feet. There is an exciting network of mountain bike trails to take down from the top, from rugged to sublime, or, lace up those hiking boots and join the resort naturalist for a leisurely walk down. You’ll be able to identify every Wyoming wildflower by hike’s end; don’t forget to pack that picnic. Your evening hot tub at the Grand Targhee vacation rental awaits you!


 

 

  1. No comments yet.

You must be logged in to post a comment.