Jackson Hole, Wyoming

 

It’s official: I’m obsessed with skiing!  After more than 15 years away from the sport, my family and I recently visited Jackson Hole, Wyoming—a true mountain town with a deep commitment to conservation as well as to outdoor adventure. After our stay at Amangiri in Utah, I was eager to experience the only other Aman property in the U.S. (at least until Aman New York debuts later this year!), and so Jackson Hole’s Amangani zoomed to the top of my must-visit list. I originally thought of the legendary skiing as an added bonus. Meanwhile, my friends had raved about the mountain and told me I would love it there. They were right. Jackson Hole is breathtaking, on and off the slopes.

-xoxo
Marysia

 

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WHERE TO STAY 

Amangani
1535 North East Butte Road, Jackson

Tucked away in Jackson, a 25-minute drive from the mountain and the airport, is the serene Amangani, where beautifully designed spaces offer astonishing views of the Rockies. This is peak luxury—a haven that’s pure heaven. The best part? The incredibly friendly and helpful staff. 

 

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AMANGANI GRILL

WHERE TO EAT

Grill 
1535 North East Butte Road, Jackson

Enjoy a spicy hibiscus margarita at an intimate table with panoramic views of the Tetons. The seasonal menu offers a delectable array of sustainably sourced meats, game, fish, and farm-to-table produce.

 

Handlebar
7680 Granite Loop Road, Teton Village

Satisfying bar food with the best hot toddy is exactly what I needed on a three-degree day. Located steps from the slopes in the Four Seasons hotel, this is the ultimate destination for skiers craving multifaceted pub grub and provisions. 

 

HANDLEBAR

OLD YELLOWSTONE

 

Old Yellowstone Garage
3275 Village Dr, Teton Village

Located at the bottom of the mountain in the posh Caldera House hotel is this Scandinavian design by the acclaimed L.A. firm Commune. Don’t be fooled by the name. Old Yellowstone Garage serves modern Italian food with a twist. Whether you’re in the mood for world-class dining, an aprés-ski libation, or a quick bite, Caldera House has you covered. 

 

Glorietta
242 Glenwood Street, Jackson

An Italian trattoria with a hearth at its heart, Glorietta is renowned for its wood-burning cooking, handmade pasta, and expertly crafted cocktails as well as an incredible wine selection. Their space is tasteful but casual and pure fun, with a large wood-burning grill at the center of the action. 

GLORIETTA

 

WHERE TO SHOP

Paper and Grace
55 Glenwood Street B2, Jackson

If you love paper goods as much I do, you will adore Paper and Grace, which brings together an inspiring selection of stationery, invitations, notebooks, and folders. They even have cards embedded with wildflower seeds for the perfect P.S.: This is plantable!     

 

 

PAPER AND GRACE

RODEO AND WOMENFOLK 

 

Rodeo
3325 West Village Drive, Jackson

The go-to spot for mountain luxe that goes anywhere. Shop all things cashmere, from shirts and sweaters to shawls and throws. The luxury brands offered here are very impressive (and amazingly soft). 

 

Womenfolk
140 East Broadway, Jackson

Heirloom-quality vintage that is sourced and curated for savvy shoppers. Stop by to explore their sharp-eyed selection of vintage denim and cozy knits. 

 

Habits
35 West Deloney, Jackson

This is a destination for the beautiful, the timeless, and the wearable. Each piece is elevated yet also reflects the natural beauty of the valley. You can tell that the owners are passionate about the designers they’ve chosen to carry. 

 

JACKSON HOLE MOUNTAIN RESORT

 

WHERE TO PLAY

 

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
3395 Cody Lane, Teton Village

Steep, gorgeous, and beloved by the black-diamond set, the mountain also offers plenty of easier runs—just the thing for those who haven’t been skiing in 15 years.

 

 

DUSK

 

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