by Jonathan Vatner | February 01, 2005

Jackson Hole

Feast for all the senses:
A table at The Granary

This fog-blanketed valley, nestled between the Grand Teton and Gros Ventre mountains in Wyoming, delivers big on everything from skiing to cultural pursuits and sweeping vistas.     Ski enthusiasts should check out the new slopeside 146-room Four Seasons Jackson Hole or the 40-room Amangani.
    Groups looking to spread out should try the 126-room Spring Creek Ranch, a hilltop property with accommodations that range from simple but sumptuous rooms to decked-out executive homes. The main lodge has 3,200 square feet of meeting space plus The Granary, an eatery where diners can gaze at distant wildlife in the valley below.