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Thursday, April 12, 2012

Winter Vacation In Jackson Hole, Wyoming Part 2

Aside from snowboarding and skiing for beginners, experts, and every category in between, you can find many other activities to keep yourself and your family pleasantly occupied in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

During winter season you can choose between snowmobiling, sleigh rides, dog sledding, snowshoeing, heli-skiing, snowcat skiing, sightseeing, ecotours, snow kite boarding, paragliding, winter bike tours and if that isn't enough, you can always visit spas, shops, restaurants, or one of the nearby national parks.

The choice as where to stay is just as enormous and diverse as the activities and includes condos, homes, in town hotels, slope side lodges, resorts, cabins, Bed & Breakfast inns, guest ranches, and campgrounds for tents and RVs. The prices range from cheap to outrageously expensive, hence accommodating every type of budget.

For skiing and winter mountain biking, you need lift tickets. Those go from $59.00 to $99.00 for adults, $45.00 to $74.00 for seniors and for children 14 and under; $36.00 to $59.00, depending on the time of the season. You can also contemplate on obtaining a Season/Grand pass which would cost $1595 for an adult, $1090 for a senior, and $535 for children of the age of 14 and down.

Don't be surprised when you run into one of the many rich and famous who have chosen this town as their residency. I can't blame them, since there is always something to do at any time of the year and the environment is always a constant: absolutely stunning!

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