Spring Creek Ranch Winter Horseback Riding Vacation, Jackson Hole, WY

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Winter Horseback Riding Vacation at Spring Creek Ranch in Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Winter Horseback Riding Vacation at Spring Creek Ranch in Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Winter Sleigh Ride at Spring Creek Ranch in Jackson Hole

If you hang out with horse lovers, you soon learn that our life revolves around horseback riding vacations. We can’t wait for our next horse fix. While some folks can’t wait to strap on ski boots and hit the ski slopes, equestrians reluctantly put away our riding gear and wait for horseback riding weather to return. Of course, there are plenty of things to do in the winter time in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, but horseback riding vacations will have to wait until summer.  Instead, take a horse-drawn sleigh ride at Spring Creek Ranch in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Circle back to the ranch for a cup of hot chocolate at the Granary restaurant or sit by the stone fireplace and simply enjoy the view.

Enjoy lunch and hot chocolate at the Granary after a horse drawn sleigh ride.

Enjoy lunch and hot chocolate at the Granary after a horse drawn sleigh ride.

Horseback Riding Vacation at Spring Creek Ranch in Jackson Hole

Located on a butte just outside the Western town of Jackson and overlooking Jackson Hole Valley, the 1,000-acre Spring Creek Ranch is a secluded mountain retreat with views of the Teton Mountains.  The ranch features stone fireplaces and hand-made lodge pole pine furniture.  From romantic suites to studios with full kitchens, two and three bedroom, family-friendly condominiums or executive ranch homes, guests will find something in every price range.  After a day of skiing or a horseback riding vacation, outdoor adventurers might enjoy Spring Creek’s Wilderness Adventure Spa, offering a variety of treatments including après ski massages, mud wraps, hot stone massages or facials.

Enjoy nature and wildlife at Spring Creek Ranch in Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Enjoy nature and wildlife at Spring Creek Ranch in Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Ski Free at Spring Creek Ranch in Jackson Hole

For the skiers in the crowd, this winter ranch stay doesn’t offer horseback riding, but free skiing might make up for the non-horseback riding vacation. From 11/29/2010 – 4/5/2011 guests may stay at Spring Creek Ranch starting at $87.50 per person, per night.

The Ski & Stay package includes the lift ticket, as well as:

  • Deluxe Hotel Room with wood burning fireplace
  • Breakfast daily at the Granary Restaurant
  • Lift tickets to Grand Targhee or Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
  • Complimentary ski shuttle to Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
  • Complimentary scheduled shuttles to town

Package details: four night minimum stay and priced on double occupancy.  Resort fee, taxes and gratuities not included in price.   Price per person changes during the ski season. Stay four nights and ski for three days.

November through December 16 – $89.50

December 16 – January 3 – $147.50

Rest of January – $89.50

February – mid March – $99.50

Mid March – April – $89.50

Have you gone horseback riding at Spring Creek Ranch or anywhere in Jackson Hole, Wyoming? Leave a comment below and tell us about your horseback riding vacation.

If You Go:

Spring Creek Ranch 1 (800) 443-6139

1800 Spirit Dance Road, Jackson, Wyoming 83001

2017-06-27T11:45:24+00:00 November 3rd, 2010|Equestrian Lodging, Equestrian Travel Deals|

2 Comments

  1. Donna Hull November 19, 2010 at 2:12 pm

    Wow! This is the kind of winter horseback riding vacation that I’d like to take.

  2. Jan loder January 6, 2011 at 10:43 am

    I went on a trail ride at Jackson lake lodge in 2001 and 2002. I have my own horses but fell in love with a black draft cross gelding named decker. Decker was the most beautiful,sweet, horse I had ever seen. I had seen plenty! He had beautiful movement and the kindest nature. When I returned back east I traced where the lodge leased their horses and almost 9 years later I own decker and in spite of hardships and people who don’t understand, there is a bond that exists between horse and man, in this case, woman.

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