Entries by New Thought Media

Leaf Peeping

Jackson Hole, with its expansive evergreen forests, isn’t known as a top destination for fall colors. But for those who appreciate quality over quantity—aspens glowing gold above the irrigated, green pastures of a ranch with the Tetons in the distance—the valley might be one of the best places in the country to catch the season’s changing colors.

Transformational Travel

Vacations used to be all about relaxing. More and more experienced travelers are looking for their vacations to include unique, educational, or challenging experiences. Jackson Hole has no shortage of local-led, authentic, custom experiences that your family will be talking about long after your Jackson Hole vacation is over.

Urban Living

While a log cabin might be what first comes to mind when you think of Jackson Hole, there are properties here that have a more urban vibe—they’re within walking distance of the Town Square, restaurants, and shopping and feature clean, open design with luxurious details. Think more pied-a-terre than place-by-the-river. Still though, this is Wyoming, so even our most urban properties have windows that frame the surrounding mountains, and it’s always possible to see a moose walking down the street. At the Penthouse on Glenwood, pictured here, you could spot that moose from your wrap-around, fourth-floor deck.

Bunkrooms

Bunkrooms are popular because they maximize the number of beds in a room. Functional is good. Better though are bunkrooms that kick it up a notch—either with bigger beds, custom bunks, super cozy décor, and/or games. Here are some of our favorite bunkrooms from our portfolio of luxury Jackson Hole rental properties.

Cabins of Jackson Hole

Owning a log cabin can be a lot of work, so why not just rent one when on vacation? We love log cabins in the winter when their woody walls and fireplaces exude cozy comfort and warmth. But spring, when flower boxes hanging beneath windows come to life, is also great for log cabin living. […]

New Eats in 2019

The Phoenix and Dragon After operating as a pop-up inside Jackson Whole Grocer for almost a year, husband-and-wife owner/operators Eric and Zarina Sakai, who have lived in the valley since 2010, wanted more space and a bigger kitchen. So, like many aspiring small businesses, they launched a Kickstarter campaign. Their campaign was to help fund […]

How to Make Your Home Festive

Our Interior Design partners offer clients everything from decorating an entire house for the season, hanging outdoor lights, seasonal flowers and festive swagging, planning and styling dinner parties, and delivering trimmed Christmas trees.