How to Make the Most of Your Stay in Teton Village

Teton Village

Whether you’re here to ski or golf, there is no shortage of activities to fill your days in Teton Village.

You’ll never be bored visiting this mountain town, from the spa and massage center at The Lodge at Jackson Hole to the many hiking trails and biking paths throughout Grand Teton National Park.

And if you’re looking for some nightlife beyond the apr├Ęs-ski scene after a day on the slopes? Well, there’s plenty of that too!

1. Get a massage.

Massages are a great way to relax and de-stress, but they are also good for your health. Massaging the muscles relieves tension in the body, which can help improve circulation and relieve pain. Massaging your scalp improves blood flow to the brain, making you feel more awake and alert. If you’re feeling sore after all that skiing or snowboarding, a massage will help ease those aches!

You’ll find various massages available at Teton Village spas: deep tissue, Swedish (relaxing), sports–you name it! Prices vary depending on how long you want your session to last; most start at around $100 per hour but can go up depending on the treatment you choose (more intensive treatments cost more).

If you want to stay in a hotel in Teton Village, Wyoming, there’s no shortage of lodging options. The Jackson Hole Resort Lodging Association website lists the many hotels and resorts within easy walking distance of the lifts in Teton Village.

2. Go to the spa.

The Teton Health & Fitness Spa is the only full-service spa in Teton Village, offering everything from massage to facials and even body treatments like body wraps. The facility is beautiful and modern, with various rooms for different services (like one dedicated solely to couples). If you’re looking for something relaxing and luxurious, this is the place to go–and they offer packages that make it easy on your wallet too!

If you want something more affordable but still luxurious enough for a special occasion like your honeymoon or anniversary trip, consider visiting one of Jackson Hole’s many-day spas instead: Spa Solage or Sage Mountain Retreats are two options right outside Teton Village.

There are also several other great ones within driving distance if you don’t mind going off-property (you could even combine some sightseeing while using their services).

3. Eat at The Chart House

The Chart House is a high-end restaurant located in Teton Village. It’s open during the summer and has a great view of the Tetons and Snake River. The food here is delicious but can get expensive quickly if you order appetizers or drinks with your meal. If you want to save money while enjoying delicious food, try ordering entrees at The Chart House!

4. Take a hike or bike ride in Grand Teton National Park.

Grand Teton National Park offers a variety of hiking and biking trails for all fitness levels. Whether you’re looking for a quick hike to burn off some energy or an epic bike ride through the mountains, there’s something for everyone here.

  • The Signal Mountain Loop Trail is a 3-mile loop that climbs 1,000 feet up Signal Mountain before descending back down into Jackson Lake Lodge. It’s considered easy by most standards and can be done by anyone who can easily walk upstairs.
  • If you want something more challenging, try taking on the Ice Lakes Basin loop trail, which takes hikers through some gorgeous alpine lakes as they travel around 12 miles total (6 miles out and 6 miles back). This one gets quite steep at times but has plenty of great views along the way–and it ends with lunch at Cascade Canyon Lodge!