|Minimum Stay||4 - 5 nights|
Platinum Rated -
Bedrooms: King, King, Queen, Two twins, bunk beds (4 beds in a bonus room)
Approximately 4,200 square feet
• Ski-In/Ski-Out Location
• Surface lift
• Junior Master Suite
• Master Suite with Fireplace
• Large, Gourmet Kitchen
Nestled in the forested slope of Granite Ridge, this four-bedroom plus bonus room lodge offers a French country twist on slopeside luxury.
On the main level, a great room encompasses a luxurious living area and a gourmet French country kitchen. Large picture windows fill two walls of the great room, and a stone fireplace and TV anchor the living space. The kitchen overlooks the dining area with its formidable antler chandelier and commodious dining table that seats ten. An adjoining deck beckons with its hot tub, gas grill and outdoor seating.
Upstairs, the master suite features a king bed, sitting area, desk, stone fireplace and private patio. The master bath continues the French country theme in its custom cabinetry. The large walk-in closet has extra room for a couch and loveseat.
A second bedroom offers a queen bed, private deck and ensuite bath.
The lower level houses conveniences including a gear closet, laundry room and two-car garage. A family room furnished with couches and a TV doubles as a bonus room with two bunk beds (four twin beds total). Attached, a second bedroom features two twin beds, an ensuite bathroom and walk-in closet.
Windows encircle the downstairs junior master suite, as do a host of amenities including a king bed, two walk-in closets, a TV/DVD player, glass shower, double vanity and Jacuzzi tub.
Granite Ridge Lodge 6 sits beside the Lower Teewinot run and enjoys access to ski in ski out access to Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. With sweeping views of Rendezvous Mountain, Sleeping Indian and the Snake River Valley, the lodge feels immersed in nature.
Conveniently located minutes away from Grand Teton National Park, Granite Ridge guests can take advantage of all the activities available at the resort and in the park: from hiking and horseback riding in the summer and fall, to cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in the winter.
*Please note that gatherings larger than the maximum occupancy are not permitted.