Moose Creek Townhomes

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Hotel Room With A Balcony

by BJR1

My wife & I will be attending a wedding in Jackson in August. Since one of us is a smoker, a room with a balcony solves a lot of problems. Are there any hotels / motels in the local area that have rooms with a balcony?

We also plan on visiting Yellowstone following the wedding. Do you advise staying in Yellowstone or remaining in the Jackson hotel?



RE: Hotel Room With A Balcony

by AKJ1

You need to move to Yellowstone. Its a long drive to Yellowstone from Jackson. It may not look like it on a map but it takes a while. Also you lose a lot of time in a car that you could spend enjoying Yellowstone.

RE: RE: Hotel Room With A Balcony

by Homanded

You definetely need to go to Yellowstone. It will take approximately 2 hours from the town center to the south entrance of the park and then, another 2 - 3 hours to the Lake region.
From Lake to Canyon, depending on traffic through Hayden Valley, animals on the road, etc. about another 1 - 2 hours. From there to Mammoth, about 2 - 3 hours.
From Mammoth to Geysers, about 2 hours and then, on to Old Faithful, about another hour. All in all, the full circle can be made in a full day, leaving at dawn, returning late into the night. This includes very limited short stops.
Much better to head up, stay at a midway point such as Canyon Village or even Mammoth if you think you can make it that far on the first day.
Good luck.

Travel Tips for Jackson

Beautiful hot pools

by KaiM

To me some of the hot pools at Yellowstone are the most beautiful sights of the whole national park. The boiling water is absolutely clean. You can look far down into the holes that lead deep into the volcanic ground. The water is just blue. Only some kind of bacteria are able to survive in the hot water. Those bacteria are the reason for the different colors of soil edging the water.

Rock Climbing

by Florida999

We went rock climbing with an Exum climbing instructor for an entire day in the Teton National Park. Since our son is under 14 we had a private family climbing lesson, which turned into an entire day of technical climbing. Our very nice guide, Michael, asked us what our expectations where at the beginning,and since we really wanted to improve on our technical skills that is what we did. We saw some other families with kids that just wanted to get to the top, and they practically pulled the kids up. My son is actually a little Spiderman and climbed up one path that I couldn't even get started on.
All equipment was provided, but we had to pay extra for the approach shoes.
If you have younger kids, no equipment, and only some or no experience, this is the perfect place to learn. We had some, but still learned a great deal.
I don't have a lot of good climbing photos, since we were belaying each other most of the time. The photo of my son climbing was the easiest climb that day, all the other's were much harder.

Note: don't do this if you are not in good physical condition The equipment came with our lesson, except the shoes, which we also rented there.
Bring lots of water and snacks! Climbing is tiring and you need lots of water and energy.

Bison Watching

by jomusick

Most people may go into the Parks to find Bison, but the best place to see these magnificent cow thingies is Kelly, Wyoming. Minutes East of Moose junction Kelly offers great views of Teton Range, and TONS of Bison. They are everywhere, so be careful. Also, if you are a Shane buff, the film site for part of that movie is in Kelly.

Tasty Thai

by kazander about Thai Me Up

After 10 days of steaks and burgers and Xanterra cuisine in general we were more than delighted to be offered some variety when we arrived in Jackson. Just a few steps from our hotel was "Thai Me Up". Now I like Thai food, but never had it seemed so appealing! For drinks I got the Thairita, sort of like a margarita with coconut was very good, (I promise) Lou got hmmm...what did Lou get...maybe a bloody mary.? I'll get back to you.
For an appitizer we had some sort of coconut tofu thing with dipping sauce. Excellent.
For dinner Lou had his usual Pad Thai, very tasty, and I had the Panang. Both were so good! Probably exceptionally good since it had been so long since we had any variety in our food, but so good nonetheless!

many happy returns

by richiecdisc about Snake River Brewing Patio

The second time we visited the brewpub was after our second backcountry trip in the Tetons. We got there a bit earlier and it was very nice out so sat on their little terrace, even having to seek refuge under an umbrella to get out of the sum it was so warm. Well, I did. D stayed in the sun, enjoying the rare warmth. As much as we loved the inside visit, this one was just as good and reminded us of being in a beer garden in Munich especially with their very nice German style beers. We decided to check out their happy hour menu as we noticed it flyers for them on our first visit. Along with some inexpensive appetizers, pints are only $2.50 between 4-6:00. Nice homemade soft pretzels are only $1 and come with very good homemade beer mustard. We ordered another almost immediately. We also had a fair sized plate of nachos which was good quality and very inexpensive at $3. These proved perfect accompaniments to their super high quality beer which at $2.50 a pint is a steal. It's on wonder we came back a third time.

This time we tried the following beers on tap along with some favorites from the first visit, of course: 1) Rolling Thunder Dortmunder0Light golden & full-bodies Germanic lager w/ ample malt & a fine, crisp, dry finish. Who said lagers were for lightweights? I was disappointed that they did not have their Kolsch on tap this day but this one made me forget it. 2) Golden Buck-Light golden & fairly full-bodied English style pale ale. Thirst quenching & fruity w/ nice semi-dry finish. Nice. 3) Custard's Last Ale-Deep golden maltier big brother of their Golden Buck. Very full-bodied w/ rich bready malt balanced with ample dry hops. Bitterness prevails in the end. Not quite as nice as their normal pale ale which was disappointingly not on tap our last two afternoons.

We spent $22 and $40 for food/beer with tip respectively on our second and third visits.


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