A Stroll in the Park
Grand Teton National Park is fabulously spectacular in the winter and no trip to Jackson Hole, or stay at the Inn on the Creek, is complete without a visit there. Just a short 15 minute drive from the front door of our Inn is the southern entrance to Grand Teton National Park.
To explore the park, simply strap on some snowshoes, cross-country skis, or climb a peak with your backcountry ski gear! There are plenty of fun ways to get around for everyone. The trailhead at Taggart Lake is a great spot to start your activities.
There are often adventurous spirits here at the Inn. Here are photos shared by some of the Inn’s skiers on their approach to 25 short, a popular mountain to ski in the park.
No trip to Grand Teton National Park is complete without a stop at Dornan’s Pizza and Pasta Company. Dornan’s is famous for their amazing views of the mountain peaks and tasty cuisine. It is also a wonderful place to drop in and have a cold beer after you finish your stroll in the park.
Following a long day in the park nothing sounds better than a quick dip in the inroom Jacuzzi to soothe your tired muscles. Here at Inn on the Creek we’ve found that some delicious homemade cookies are also the perfect complement to a day of hiking. After a relaxing soak and a yummy snack you can stroll into town and enjoy a taste of Jackson’s diverse food offerings.