Wyoming ski lodging is your home base to accessing some of the best skiing terrain in the entire country. With fabulous verticals and enormous areas of off-piste skiing, there’s something to challenge and thrill you no matter what your skiing preference. With Wyoming Ski Authority, you don’t have to worry about where you’re going to sleep. Lodging is just footsteps from the slopes for each major ski area. Of course, if you’re skiing on a budget, you might not want to pay resort prices. Off-site lodging is plentiful with chain hotels and locally-owned B&Bs ready to provide a roof for weary skiers. Here is a summary of the Wyoming ski lodging available at each of the major ski areas in the state.

Wyoming Ski Lodging

Sleeping Giant

There is no on-site lodging at Sleeping Giant Ski Resort. Thankfully, the city of Cody is only fifteen minutes to the east along SR-16. In Cody, skiers will find a wide variety of hotels, from standard chains (such as Best Western and Comfort Inn), to locally owned hotels like The Cody Hotel and the Beartooth Inn. Prices range from $70 to $300 depending on the hotel and the type of room. Remember to take advantage of the ski and stay program at most of the local hotels. A coupon is available that allows skiers to purchase lift tickets for a drastically reduced price.

Hogadon Basin Ski Area

Hogadon Basin has no lodging at the base, but the ski area is only a few minutes south of the city of Casper. Casper has multiple hotels, most of them located along I-25. They range from typical chain hotels such as the Ramada or Days Inn to smaller locally owned businesses like The Sterling. Hogadon has ski-and-stay package agreements with many hotels, so consider this solution for Wyoming ski lodging when making your reservations.

Snowy Range Ski and Recreation Area

There is no onsite lodging for Snowy Range, but this ski area makes up for it with a wide range of ski and stay packages with offsite accommodations. And you don’t have to travel far. Snowy Range is very close to Laramie and Centennial. Laramie a half hour to the east on SR-130 and Centennial is only five minutes southeast. Lodging partners in Centennial are The Old Corral and Mountain View Hotel. For larger parties, the Snowy Hideout is a full house rental that sleeps up to 10 people. The city of Laramie has a large number of hotels, from the local Vee Bar Guest Ranch to familiar chains like Quality and Comfort Inns. Remember to take advantage of the ski-and-stay packages with the various hotels to make your dollar stretch.

Grand Targhee

Grand Targhee Resort has numerous onsite options for lodging. For slope-side lodging, skiers can opt for traditional hotel style rooms at the Targhee Lodge or the Teewinot Lodge. For families, the Sioux Studio Suites offer a larger room with a queen bed and a pair of twin bunks. Parties up to eight skiers will fit nicely in the Sioux 2-bedroom suites.  Grand Targhee also offers condominium and vacation home rentals, some of which are just feet from the slopes. These larger options come with full kitchens to enhance their value.

Offsite lodging is found just over the Idaho border in Driggs. There are several options, including a Super 8 motel, a Best Western, and the Pines Motel. Just outside of Driggs is the Teton Teepee Lodge and the Wilson Creekside Inn, both locally run and offer excellent value for weary skiers who are looking to avoid the crowds.

Jackson Area Ski Resorts

There are two resorts near Jackson: Jackson Hole and Snow King. Jackson Hole has a large range of slope-side options in Teton Village, the resort at the base of Jackson Hole. The most famous and luxurious is the Four Seasons Resort, the only five-star and five-diamond choice for Wyoming ski lodging. Other options for resort lodging are the Snake River Lodge and Spa, which is only feet from the slopes and the Teton Mountain Lodge and Spa. The Hostel provides economic rooms with four-person bunkrooms in traditional hostel-style lodging. Larger groups will find multiple condominiums as well as vacation town home rentals nearby that are only a short walk to the lifts.

Snow King is located in the southern part of the city of Jackson and has no onsite lodging. However, with it being so close to Jackson there are plenty of options to choose from. Chain hotels are located on the outskirts with a Super 8, a Motel 6, and a Hampton Inn close to the ski area. Inside Jackson, highly-rated hotels include The Wort Hotel, the Grand Teton Lodge, and the Snow King Resort Hotel. Less expensive options include the Anvil Motel and the Antler Inn, both located downtown and only a short drive from the slopes.

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