Things to do in Wyoming
While it’s typically less crowded than its neighbor, Yellowstone, Grand Teton is no less impressive. Keep a camera on hand for bear, moose, and bald eagle sightings, or stick to the scenery: nearly 310,000 acres of snowcapped crags, clear mountain lakes, and meadows dotted with wild flowers.
This husband-and-wife-owned operator that will have you soaking in a hot pool at the base of a 150-foot waterfall and observing the area’s wildlife (moose, black bears, bald eagles) up close—though not too close. Gentle llamas, indigenous to the region, carry all of your equipment.
Top Tip: Only 240 miles separate Sun Valley, Idaho, from Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Make the most of the drive by taking the scenic Route 20/I-93 east through the high plains, stopping by Craters of the Moon National Park. Years as agent: 26.
The resort is known for its mellow clientele, broad groomed runs, and views of the shark-fin Grand Teton peak.