Write yourself into the frontier as a pioneering community member.
Our treasured western park systems are only a short drive away. Spring Hollow Ranch has the privilege of being centrally located between both Yellowstone Park entrances with their breathtaking vistas, steaming geysers and abundant wildlife. Activities for all seasons include cross country skiing, downhill skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, biking, camping, boating, hiking, climbing, fishing and horseback riding.
Yellowstone National Park
South entrance, 91 miles. East entrance, 75 miles to the north in West Yellowstone, Montana.
Grand Teton National Park
The park entrance is a short 40 miles through the town of Jackson up to the Moose Visitor’s Center.
Idaho provides a fishing experience with world-renowned rivers at your doorstep. South Fork, Teton, Snake, Salt, Green and Fall Rivers are at your disposal along with the Madison, Henry’s Fork and all of the Yellowstone tributaries waiting to be tapped. These fisheries hold Rainbow, Brown, Cutthroat, Grayling and Lake Trout ranging in all sizes.
Targhee is located in the Caribou-Targhee National Forest in Western Wyoming. The base is at 8,000 feet in the magnificent Teton Mountain Range, 20 miles southeast of Spring Hollow Ranch. Famously known for its consistently superb snow conditions with over 500 inches annually, make Targhee a playground for the winter enthusiast. Two mountain peaks totaling over 3,000 acres of skiing and riding within 20 minutes of your front door. Named the #2 resort in North America by Ski Magazine.
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
What else do you need to say… from the beginner to the most advanced, Jackson Hole has 4,139 feet of vertical descent to the valley floor from the 10,450 foot summit of Rendezvous Mountain. The Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is 49 miles southeast of Spring Hollow Ranch.
Cross country trails are abundant throughout the Teton Valley. Detailed maps and information can be obtained through Teton Valley Trails and Pathways.
Bike trails around the Spring Hollow Ranch area are easy and fun for the novice and intermediate rider; mom, dad, and the kids will love the Targhee base trails. No matter where you start, you’ll find a bike trail offering you a challenging opportunity to see the magnificent mountains, aspens, wild flowers and wildlife the quiet side of the Tetons are known for.
The Targhee-Yellowstone-Teton area is a hiker’s paradise. Hikes from 30 minutes to several hours are available from the Ranch or just a short jaunt down the road.
Horses are welcome in the neighborhood, and are ideal for exploring the rolling hills. Tranquility awaits hikers, mountain bikers, cross-country skiers, horseback riders, dog walkers, and others on our extensive, non-motorized trail system.