Take in the natural splendour and charm of the Rocky Mountains at Jackson Hole as you explore a myriad of mountainous pursuits. Amangani is ideally positioned to take advantage of the region's seasonal outdoor offerings, from nature treks and guided tours, to Alpine and cross-country skiing, along with out-of-the-ordinary pursuits including heli-skiing, dog sledding, fly-fishing, white-water rafting, photography tours and much more.
Lakes & Mountains
Amangani is located next to two of Wyoming's most famous national parks, Grand Teton and the USA's first national Park, Yellowstone, which has been welcoming visitors since 1872. The famous geysers and geological formations have to be seen to be believed, while the flora and fauna are an intriguing companion. For national monuments, there are at least two must-sees while you're visiting the north west of Wyoming: Devil's Tower and Fossil Butte. Rising majestically from the prairies that surround it, the volcanic formation known as Devil's Tower is the USA's first national monument and has entranced all manner of visitors for centuries. Fossil Butte, meanwhile, is a history lesson wrapped up in a 52-million-year-old nature book.
Spa & Wellness
Amangani boasts a fabulous outdoor heated infinity-edge swimming pool, that offers astounding views of the valley and the surrounding snow-capped mountains, as well as a heated outdoor whirlpool. Further relaxation can be found at Amangani Health Centre, which comprises four treatment rooms, his and hers steam rooms and exercise rooms. For guests who enjoy yoga, there are yoga and Pilates programmes available, which can be adapted to suit each individual, while those who enjoy a little spa pampering will no doubt seek the selection of rejuvenating and holistic spa treatments using Aman spa products - including deep-tissue massage, the signature 60-minute massage and Himalayan salt scrubs.
Culture & History
Delve into the fascinating history and culture of Jackson Hole, with a visit to the Jackson Hole Museum (open from late May to September). Discover what life was like for the first settlers to the area and gain a greater perspective of how rugged the Old West really was - you'll see how the town evolved into the community you see today. Observe over 2,300 works of art from the early 19th century to the present at The National Museum of Wildlife Art or enjoy a beguiling history lesson at Fossil Butte. Take a scenic drive, hike and discover fossils at the Visitors Center, set against a unique red, purple and yellow backdrop of the Wasatch Formation.
There are two Superior Suites within the resort that are accessible for disabled guests. The suites are conveniently located and close to the lifts. Each part of the room (bedroom, bathroom, wardrobe) is equipped with a fire alarm. The bathrooms have a roll-in shower, grab bars, shower chair and lowered countertops in the bedroom and bathroom.