Hotel Terra Jackson Hole

A cowboy-chic, LEED-certified boutique hotel with 132 rooms at the base of the ski resort (but not quite ski-in/ski-out) in Teton Village. Rooms from $237. More info: 1-307-201-6065; hotelterrajacksonhole.com

The Anvil

This 49-room 1950s motel in Jackson was renovated by Brooklyn-based Studio Tack, which went with a modern take on traditional Western decor, including working with Woolrich on custom blankets for every bed. Rooms from $140. More info: 1-307-733-3668; ­anvilhotel.com

Four Seasons Resort Jackson Hole

A 124-room ski-in/ski-out hotel in Teton Village with elegant Western decor and an impressive contemporary art collection. Rooms from $460. More info: 1-307-732-5000; fourseasons.com/jacksonhole


Piste Mountain Bistro

At the top of the Bridger Gondola, this restaurant offers fine on-mountain dining. Its hearty lunches and dinners feature sophisticated flavors such as pork tenderloin with curry vinaigrette. Lunch daily from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., dinner 5:30 to 9 p.m. Reservations recommended. Entrees from $13. More info: 1-307-732-3177; jacksonhole.com/piste-mountain-bistro.html.

Southcable Cafe

Inside the Caldera House, at the base of the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort tram, this informal cafe has the best espresso in Teton Village, baked goods from Persephone Bakery and quick-and-easy breakfast and lunch menus. Open daily 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Items from $5. More info: 1-307-201-5340; calderahouse.com/restaurant/southcable-cafe

Bar Enoteca

This new cafe, just off the lobby of Hotel Terra in Teton Village, is open daily for breakfast and lunch. The breakfast burritos and lunch sandwiches and entrees are huge. Breakfast from 7 to 10 a.m.; lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Burritos and sandwiches from $8. More info: 1-307-739-4225; ­hotelterrajacksonhole.com

Snake River Grill

The menu changes seasonally at Jackson Hole's original fine dining restaurant, but the crispy pork shank entree and chocolate soufflé dessert will never disappear. Open daily, starting Dec. 4, from 5:30 p.m. Entrees from $20. More info: 1-307-733-0557; snakerivergrill.com


Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Steep & Deep and Elevate Camps

Steep & Deep is the country's original camp for bettering your skills in steep terrain and deep powder. Expert skiers only. The 2018 camps are Jan. 9-12, Jan. 23-26, Feb. 6-9 and Feb. 27-March 2. A Snowboard Steep & Deep Camp runs Jan. 30-Feb. 2. The cost for the camp, skiing or boarding, is $1,525 including lift tickets. Women's Elevate is specifically designed for intermediate and above female skiers. Both of this winter's camps run Monday through Friday, and take Wednesday off. The first offering runs Jan. 15-19 and is $1,850 with lift tickets. The next Elevate camp runs March 5-9 and costs $1,525 with lift tickets. More info: 1-800-450-0477; jacksonhole.com

Arnica sore-muscle massage at Chill Spa

The spa inside Hotel Terra uses locally harvested arnica to help soothe tired muscles. From $145. More info: 1-307-201-6065; ­hotelterrajacksonhole.com

Grand Teton National Park

Rangers offer a free two-hour guided snowshoe trek on vintage snowshoes at 1:30 p.m. every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday between mid-December and early March. You can also snowshoe on your own with rental snowshoes from Jackson Hole Sports ($20 a day). Entrance to the park costs $5 per car, per day. More info: 1-307-739-3399; nps.gov/grte

National Museum of Wildlife Art

This museum, inspired by a 16th-century Scottish castle, has a permanent collection with more than 4,000 pieces and interprets the genre of wildlife art broadly. Admission costs $14; $6 for ages 6 to 18; free for 5 and younger. More info: 1-307-733-5771; wildlifeart.org

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