Wild West, Luxe Style

Snake River Sporting Club has three Tall Timber Cabins, each of which offers four bedrooms.

Snake River Sporting Club has three Tall Timber Cabins, each of which offers four bedrooms.

Luxury adventure travelers take note: Snake River Sporting Club is now open for short-term and overnight stays in Jackson Hole, WY. The wild west is calling — visitors at Snake River can go horseback riding, hiking and clay pigeon shooting. We suggest taking advantage of Snake River, which runs along the club. With six miles of private access, rafting, paddle boarding and fly fishing are a snap.

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If you need to sharpen those fly-fishing skills (and you know you do), lessons with one- and two-day Orvis Fly Fishing School’s programs (available June through September) will do the trick.

Currently, accommodation options include three Tall Timber Cabins or the Sporting Cabin. Families will appreciate the 3,000 square feet of space in their Timber Cabin, which have four bedrooms and large outdoor decks. Best part? The Timber views are of Snake River Canyon. The Sporting Cabin has plenty of privacy for couples traveling together. The two-bedroom escape also includes a glamping tent, which is separate from the cabin with four twin beds, a sitting area and campfire, complete with views of Wolf Mountain and Snake River. Contact Jeff Heilbrun ([email protected]), the GM and COO.

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