At the foot of the Rocky Mountains, a few miles south of Grand Teton National Park, sits one of America’s best-kept secrets: Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
A town of just 10,000, Jackson Hole’s remote location and high elevation (2,100 m above sea level) have mostly kept it off the global radar.
Amid the optical overload of pristine western scenery, Amangani Resort provides all of the comfort your other senses could desire.
World-class skiing in the nearby Grand Teton mountains remains the biggest draw in the winter months, while the hills abound with elk, deer and waterfowl in autumn.
A full-service spa is on-site, as is a restaurant specializing in excellent local game and fish, but the real highlight of any winter stay at Amangani is their outdoor pool, heated to a balmy 27 degrees Celsius all season long.