Due to the nation-wide worker shortage, we have placed a 2 night minimum on all stays in the Teewinot Lodge, Targhee Lodge, and the Studios and Lofts in Sioux Lodge and a 3 night minimum stay in the Sioux Lodge (2 bedrooms). Please be patient with us, as your room may not be ready by 4:00pm. We are doing our best to accommodate all reservations. Thank you for your understanding.
If you arrive and your room is not quite ready, please be patient with us as we are experiencing high demand in bookings this summer.
When visiting the Tetons, Grand Targhee Resort is a must-stop destination. This year-round mountain resort is tucked away on the western slope of the Teton Range in Alta, Wyoming. Located in the Caribou-Targhee National Forest, the combination of character and charm make the area truly unique. Consistent powder in the winter and endless hiking and biking trails in the summer create a great family-friendly mountain experience while lodging in the Tetons. In addition to being an iconic destination on its own, the resort is conveniently located within two hours of entrances to both Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. Despite its proximity to both national parks, you will have plenty of elbow room at Grand Targhee during your visit to the Tetons.
If you are searching for lodging in Tetons, the resort’s slopeside lodges offer the perfect escape for friends and families in a high alpine setting like no other. Stay at the mountain to fully emerge yourself in the Targhee vibe. Enjoy slopeside amenities including restaurants, shopping, pool sessions, ski and bike demo/rentals, and guided all-season tours. During the summer choose from various activities like disc golf, horseback tours, scenic chairlift rides, and our world-class bike park. Over the course of the winter months, you can relish in over 2,600 skiable acres along with fat biking, Nordic skiing, snowshoeing, and guided cat skiing while lodging in the Tetons.
When staying slopeside take advantage of our complimentary shuttle and experience Driggs and Victor, Idaho. Get a taste of what life is like on the west side of the Tetons. Dine-in at local favorites like Teton Thai, Citizen 33, Forage, and The Knotty Pine. Go ice skating at Kolter’s Ice Arena or take a snowmobile tour with Teton Valley Adventures. Come summer go fishing with Worldcast Anglers and rafting on the Teton or Snake Rivers. From live music to scenic escapes, you will be hard-pressed to do it all when you visit the Tetons. Throughout the summer catch the shuttle and enjoy free live music at Music on Main every Thursday, hosted by the Teton Valley Foundation.
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