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Grand Targhee Resort

3300 Ski Hill Road
307-353-2300

Grand Targhee Resort is renowned for a family-friendly atmosphere and draws families from around the US looking for a fun and intimate ski vacation destination. Our Kids Club prioritizes an individual approach, and our Ski and Snowboard School staff are dedicated to improving the quality of our guest experience. Our Nordic Trail System offers 15 km of groomed track for touring and skating, and offers the longest Nordic season in the region thanks to our elevation and early snowfall. Guests can learn more about native wildlife, flora and fauna by joining our Resort Naturalist on daily snowshoe tours.



Reviews

Natalie Cecilia

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Thursday, July 5, 2018
Suites are a bit small (we were in the Sioux Lodge that slept ten people) but the view is nice, the staff is friendly and the restaurant is very good. Being there in the summer means a lot of stuff isn't open but that was too be expected. Also there is an office cat at the front desk!

Melissa Bourgeois

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Wednesday, July 4, 2018
Didn’t stay here but rode the lift up and did some of the hiking trails. Absolutely beautiful and well maintained trails! The back view of the three Tetons is stunning.

James QP

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Thursday, March 29, 2018
Great ski area, and very affordable compared to Jackson. Some terrain off the Sacajawea lift is fun and rowdy. Every time I've stopped here, the snow has been excellent. Other areas of the mountain have some exceedingly flat traverses or poor layout. Dining choices could be expanded as well. Overall, I'll keep coming back here.

Natalie Swenson

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Tuesday, July 10, 2018
Fabulous experience. Great biking trails, great food at The Branding Iron & Sorkels. Tewinot Lodge was comfortable and reasonably priced. All of the staff were friendly & helpful & the sunsets were spectacular. We will be back soon.

Clarence Brown

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Tuesday, April 24, 2018
I am an avid snowboarder and I ride across the country. I love Grand Targhee and rode there extensively this season. The one thing that bothered me the most was the snowboard shop staff named Brett. I purchased a goggle lens (grand foghee) and the plating came off after one day. Brett, even though there is a sign saying returns 30 days, declined the return the next day citing abuse. Turns out, Burton knew about quality issues and after much help from Heather, the item was returned the next day. A few days later, the boa broke on my brand new boots and he declined to fix the boot citing no parts. Well, I am not sure what's worst, Burton or Brett but the combination was unbearable. Not sure why someone like this works in customer service/sales but that's not my problem, I just had two days of drama where I couldn't ride...while paying for lift ticket.

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