- Spa Escape
With 16 treatment rooms, the Spa at Four Seasons is perfect for group bookings – giving your guests their own private spa escape. Capturing the natural serenity of the mountain wilderness, our full-service alpine Spa provides a comprehensive range of massages and treatments inspired by the secrets of ancient forests and mountain streams. For VIPs, two private suites each includes a Swiss shower, a fireplace and a deep soaking tub. Spa facilities include an eucalyptus steam room, a cold plunge pool, a whirlpool and the Tranquillity Lounge with fireplace.
- An Evening of Stargazing
Join our professional astronomers for an unforgettable group evening under the stars. State-of-the-art telescopes and luxe amenities allow your guests to enjoy the wonders of the night sky in an exciting new way.
- Exhilarating Ropes Course
Your guests take their team building to new heights in a guided climbing activity that winds through the alpine terrain at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Climbers are secured with cables and use aids including iron rungs, pegs, carved steps and suspended bridges to explore Rendezvous Peak.
- World-class Skiing
Our optimum ski-in/ski-out location offers the perfect basecamp for your guests to experience the legendary terrain at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Offer your attendees group ski lessons for all levels or private, guided instruction. Take advantage of our Ski Concierge, on-site ski rentals and in-room boot fittings for a fully catered snow-sports experience for your group.
- Mountain Biking for All Abilities
Whether your guests prefer to explore the extensive trails of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and the surrounding area on their own, or with a guide, this is an excellent way to experience the destination. From pathway to mountain biking, the options are endless, and a range of equipment rentals are available throughout the Valley.
- SLEIGH RIDE IN THE NATIONAL ELK REFUGE
The Jackson Elk Herd, the largest elk herd in the world, has a population of approximately 14,000 – more than 7,500 of which spend the winter on the 25,000-acre (10,120-hectare) National Elk Refuge. From mid-December through March, your guests can take a sleigh ride through this remarkable landscape. End the voyage at the National Museum of Wildlife Art, enjoying a private tour of the galleries and a reception in the Rising Sage Café.
- Hiking at Jenny Lake and Jackson Lake
Located within Grand Teton National Park, Jenny Lake and Jackson Lake are particularly popular for hiking, canoeing, boating, swimming and fishing. Let us customize a group hiking excursion, a paddleboarding session or ferry-boat tour of Jenny Lake, along with a catered picnic lunch.
- A Wildlife Safari in Yellowstone National Park
America’s first and oldest national park, Yellowstone encompasses 2.2 million acres (890,000 hectares) and more geysers than anywhere else on the globe – including the world-renowned Old Faithful. Yellowstone’s Grand Canyon is 1,200 feet (365 metre) deep and highlighted by the powerful Upper Falls. Its mountain-range wilderness is a refuge for wildlife such as grizzly bear, elk, bald eagle, American bison, moose and wolf. In summer, we can arrange hiking safaris and photography tours for your guests. In winter, we can plan snowmobile and snow-coach tours.
- The Ringholz “Back Studio Pass”
Your guests enjoy four fulfilling hours of adventuring into the creative side of Jackson Hole. The tour begins with a catered picnic lunch and scenic drive to the namesake artist’s barn studio. Once there, the group is treated to an immersive world of contemporary animal and wildlife art and magic. Create alongside Amy for an hour or two, then stop in downtown Jackson Hole for a private tour of her gallery to enjoy finished works.