Last week we traveled to Jackson Hole, Wyoming for a little family vacation. It was my first time visiting Jackson Hole and now I am wondering why it has taken me so long to get there. It is only a 4.5 hour drive from Salt Lake City and the drive is gorgeous. I will warn you, this post is a little long because we had so much fun! We have lots to share with you:)
We stayed at the fabulous Four Seasons Resort Jackson Hole, which is in the heart of Teton Village. Our room was very spacious. It had a large living room, guest bathroom, king bedroom, master closet, and a master bathroom.
Lots of room for Caleb to run around!
We loved cozying up by the fireplace!
Josh and I took the big bed and we put Caleb in the master closet with his crib. Don’t feel sorry for him, the closet was huge! He had his own special room:)
Plus, the Four Seasons provided him with a stuffed Elk and book that he loved!
His and hers sinks!
A huge tub, perfect for relaxing…and for splashing. Caleb loved bath time:)
Our room also had a walk-in shower!
And check out the all natural skin care products from Toosh that were in our room for Caleb. The packaging is adorable and the products are fabulous! So happy I found Toosh!
Our room also had a private balcony with a stunning view!
The first day we rode the Jackson Hole Tram up Rendezvous Mountain. Caleb kept yelling “ride the tram.” I am glad he isn’t afraid of heights because the Tram glides 4,139 vertical feet from Teton Village.
When we got to the top Caleb wanted to climb the mountain. He is an adventurous little dude! He was the king of the mountain!
We all made it to the top!
We also spent some quality time at the Four Seasons Jackson Hole pool. Ok, the guys swam and I relaxed in the world’s biggest swing! I need one of these swings at my house! It was so relaxing!
We enjoyed a nice dinner at the Westbank Grill at the resort. Our meal started with a loaf of freshly baked Asiago Sourdough Bread. It was the best asiago bread I have ever tasted. We devoured it! A few other highlights from our meal were the Truffle Sweet Pea Raviolis, Sweet Corn Soup, Hand-Cut Yukon Potato Fries, and the Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookie with Vanilla Ice Cream.
After dinner, we sat by the fire and enjoyed the crisp mountain air.
The next morning we checked out bikes from the Four Seasons Base Camp and went on a family bike ride. It was the perfect way to see Jackson Hole. The scenery and fresh mountain air was just what the doctor ordered.
We worked up an appetite on our bike ride, so we went to lunch at The Handle Bar Restaurant at the Four Seasons Jackson Hole. We started with the Handle Bar Mustache Pretzel. Pretty much the coolest pretzel EVER!
A few other favorites included the Sweet Potato Tots, Watermelon Feta Salad, Charred Corn with Lime Butter, and the Falafel Burger. We didn’t leave hungry! Everything was excellent!
We spent the afternoon at the Grand Teton National Park. We were surrounded by beauty everywhere we looked!
The Tetons are so majestic!
We also saw some bison roaming in the fields! Caleb kept asking to ride the buffalo:)
For dinner, we rode up the gondola to eat at Couloir Restaurant.
We had the best view! We even saw a double rainbow!
Our meal was superb! Josh loved the scallops and halibut. I enjoyed the tomato salad and squash cannelloni. The service, view, and food were excellent!
The next morning we went back to the Westbank Grill for breakfast. The menu was too good! We had a hard time deciding what to order. We ended up ordering a few items to share-Brioche French Toast, Huevos Rancheros, Pastry Basket, and Huckleberry and Blueberry Pancakes. Everything was wonderful. I wish I had a stack of pancakes right now!
It was a rainy morning so I grabbed a blanket and sat by the fire. So peaceful!
We went into downtown Jackson Hole to do some shopping. We found Caleb a cowboy hat! He’s the cutest cowboy I have ever seen:)
We also stumbled upon Persephone Bakery. I’ve been to a lot of bakeries, but Persephone Bakery is my new favorite.
I loved everything about it-the decor, style, and of course the treats!
Check out the Cinnamon Brioche! Heavenly!
And the Gluten-Free Chocolate Cookie was to die for. I have to create a similar cookie!
We also found a fun ice cream shop, Moo’s Gourmet Ice Cream. I loved the Vanilla Bean and Oreo Cookie!
Jackson Hole is a special place. We had a wonderful time on our vacation and we are already talking about when we can go back!
And stay tuned, Josh hiked the Grand Teton while we were in Jackson and he is going to share his experience soon!
Disclosure: The Four Seasons Resort Jackson Hole hosted us for part of our vacation, but all of our opinions are our own!
I haven’t been to Jackson Hole in years. I forgot how beautiful the area is. And look at your food. Pretty beautiful too!
wow, I feel like I just went on a mini vacay to Wyoming. Beautiful pictures, lovely.
We’ll be in Jackson on the 19th, and this really got me ready for the trip. It’s the only place we’ve been to, other than Alaska, that we’ve said we had to visit again. We were just there last November. Thanks for sharing!
Wow such great views!! Glad you guys had a great little getaway, definitely looks like a fun trip!
Loved following your trip on Instagram! Looks so beautiful in Jackson Hole, thanks for sharing with us!!
I need to get to Jackson Hole! It looks absolutely fantastic!
That looks like it was a fun trip filled with plenty of tasty food!
I’ve never heard of Jackson Hole but is seems like the ideal family getaway. That little moose is TOO adorable!
what a beautiful trip Maria. It reminds me a lot of Sun Valley in Idaho- perfect for family vacations!
What amazing pictures! Looks like you all had a great time – the scenery, the food, the memories – how fun!!!
Wonderful pictures. Beautiful State, and of course, Caleb is precious. Thank you.
Loved all the pics! Beautiful and of course Caleb is growing up and so precious! May I ask where you got that adorable white/fuschia vertical zigzag striped blouse? It is just so cute! Thanks!
we stayed there a few years ago for our family reunion – it’s seriously a stunning hotel!! Great food, service and it’s beautiful! Looks like a fun vacay!
Nice resort! I was supposed to be there last February ~ but the skiing was too good to leave Telluride. Certainly this is on my hot list. GREAT review!
We love the Teton’s and Jackson Hole, such a beautiful part of the country! Looks like you guys had a great time!
Thanks for sharing! I will begin planning a trip for late spring!!
Jackson Hole is definitely on my list of must visits. My husband used to spend alot of time there as a kid and he’s always telling me stories. It’s just beautiful!
Wow! I never thought I’d want to plan a trip to Jackson Hole before – everything looks wonderful, thanks for sharing:)
I was there many years ago and really have no memory of it. Think you had a great trip. Nice to see all the beautiful places.
Looks like a wonderful family vacation! My mom went to Jackson Hole a few years ago and loved it–I want to go visit so bad! Super jealous its just a 4 hour drive for you!
Loved your pic.’s and discriptions! Just like a mini visit! Just awesome!
thanks for sharing your pictures. it has been years since I was there. I want to go back now & see all that I didn’t see before & eat all that yummy looking food.
JH is one of the most beautiful places i’ve ever been!! Thanks for sharing all the photos.
I visited JH as a teenager. It was amazing! It is on my list for a Fall trip. Love the pictures you took. It is so cute to watch Caleb grow up via the Internet. Thanks for sharing!
i visited jackson hole a few years back and absolutely loved it! all the eats look delicious, thanks for sharing =)
What an incredibly beautiful place! Thank you for sharing it with us 🙂
What a fantastic family getaway! I’ve been wanting to take our family there for some time! Thanks for sharing!
I am so happy you made it to Jackson. I was born and raised there but have since moved elsewhere, happily my family is all still there. I have a few additional suggestions for those who are heading there: the blue cheese waffle fries at Trio, the mac and cheese at Rendezvous Bistro, tournedos au bleu at The Blue Lion, anything from the New York City Sub Shop, Pako’s IPA and the pizza at the Snake River Brewery, and definitely a breakfast burrito from D.O.G. The list goes on but these are some of the wife and I’s favorites.
Jackson Hole is an amazing place! I used to live there and everyday was an adventure. I’m so glad that you enjoyed your trip there!
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Hi. I’m glad I found this article because I am planning my trip to Jackson Hole from Salt Lake City. Could you tell me how did you get there? Did you rent a car or went by bus? Thank you!