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Slider Spa, Teton Mountain Lodge & Spa TETON MOUNTAIN LODGE & SPA Romantic rustic styling meets plush comfort at Teton Mountain Lodge & Spa, a luxury retreat at the gateway to Wyoming’s exhilarating outdoor adventures. Solitude Spa is named after one of Grand Teton National Park’s most spectacular high alpine lakes, Lake Solitude. Fittingly, the spa’s selection of restorative therapies and advanced aesthetic skincare services incorporate elements found in nature – herbs, salts, mud and spring water – to delight the mind, soothe the soul and enliven the spirit. With its tranquility lounge, steam showers, hot tubs and a state-of-the-art fitness center, Solitude Spa is a perfect place to restore youthfulness and wellness in a western setting unparalleled in style design, and natural majesty. Solitude has five separate whirlpool hot tubs (two outdoor) including a rooftop, 24-person tub (pictured above) for gazing at the stars. tetonlodge.com FOUR SEASONS Escape to a spa resort inspired by the pristine beauty of a high alpine wilderness. This luxurious full-service destination spa provides a soothing range of massages and treatments to promote relaxation, restoration and renewal. The uber-upscale wellness facility offers 16 treatment rooms, including two private spa suites – each with a Swiss shower, fireplace and deep soaking tub. The treatment area also features separate men’s and women’s tranquility lounges with fireplaces, energy bars, organic tea and a variety of other amenities. fourseasons.com/jacksonhole HOTEL TERRA The elegant, intimate Chill Spa floats six floors up, on the top floor of Hotel Terra Jackson Hole. Every element of this Wyoming spa, from the inspiring views and outdoor hot tub to the organic, restorative treatments, reminds one that renewing our spirit and body begins with reconnecting to the natural world. hotelterrajacksonhole.com WHEN TO GO: Summer is the most popular time to visit Jackson Hole. Average temperatures in the high 70s and low 80s, and fairly low precipitation levels make for ideal hiking conditions. Plus, both Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park are fully open, offering great day trip opportunities. The downside, however, is that the area becomes flooded with tourists during these months. Winter is also a great time to visit, but break out the parkas, it does get cold!