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Caldera House – Jackson Hole

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Caldera House – Jackson Hole

Caldera House – Jackson Hole

Though just 8 keys, Caldera House makes a bold statement on the Jackson Hole scene

Each is a sprawling villa ranging from two to four bedrooms and offers full private staff including chef, wait staff, maid, house butler, and even a ski butler and concierge, making it a perfect home for multi-gen families.
A luxurious boutique hotel nestled at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Teton Village, Wyoming.

Caldera House is ideally situated in the heart of Teton Village, just a few feet from the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort tram and a short drive to Grand Teton National Park. Summer or winter, The House offers unparalleled access to adventure in a setting to die for.

House Adventures

Summer or winter, take advantage of all Jackson Hole has to offer with the help of your dedicated concierge. From dog sledding and snow trekking to whitewater rafting and fly fishing, we customize every adventure to suit your seasonal tastes.

Spa & Fitness

Guests of Caldera House have 24-hour access to our well-equipped fitness studio, heated outdoor infinity plunge, and cedar dry sauna. A number of relaxing massages and treatments are available at the spa or in-room, if desired.

Eat & Drink

Nestled at the base of the mountain, ski straight to Southcable Café for a quick bite or beer, or cozy up with a warm meal at the iconic Old Yellowstone Garage.

Sports Shop

Operated year-round by local aficionado Gov Carrigan, our Mudroom and Nomad pro shops provide high-quality gear rental, retail, expert tuning and more.

Private Events

Caldera House can easily accommodate a variety of functions, be it a group retreat, holiday party, rehearsal dinner, reception, or buyout. Our Member’s Lounge—equipped with full bar, large slopeside-facing outdoor patio, and fire pits—is available for parties and events accommodating up to 80 guests.

Le Massif in Courmayeur

Upcoming: Winter, 2019

Le Massif: The Most memorable Vacation

Situated on the slopes of Mont Blanc, near the Via Roma shopping area in the center of Courmayeur, the eco-friendly Le Massif offers guests a unique modern-Alpine aesthetic with spectacular views and full ski concierge and ski butler service.

A new concept of hospitality

Unique moments of perfection. When passion and Italian style come together, they create a new concept of hospitality. An elegant hotel and spectacular chalet on the slopes of Mont Blanc that will make your family vacation one to remember.

The best location

Le Massif hotel is just a three minute walk from the ski lifts taking you to Plan Checrouit.

Everything you need for a family vacation

From connecting rooms to our All Inclusive packages for kids up to 12 years.

Ski butler

They’ll take care of your ski equipment, from hiring it to transporting it to the slopeside chalet at Plan Checrouit so you can focus on enjoying the slopes.

Ski room at La Loge du Massif

A ski room on the slopes where you can keep all your equipment dry and at the right temperature in your very own heated locker. Ready and waiting for your next descent.

Ski pass at reception

Get your day on the slopes off to the right start. Collect your ski pass from the hotel reception and then get skiing on over 200km of slopes, including La Thuile, depending on the type of pass you’ve purchased.

Transfer service from the hotel to the slopes for kids

The staff will take your children to the slopes for their skiing lessons and back again after. Giving you total peace of mind.

The most respected ski schools in Courmayeur

Ski Concierge will help you book the best classes from the hotel.

La Loge du Massif

Your very own chalet and restaurant on the slopes. Complete with Ski Butler and Ski Room to make every moment you spend on the slopes – or relaxing – absolutely perfect. La Loge du Massif also offers a number of eateries inspired by Italian tradition: a restaurant, bar with terrace and PA-NI-NO, a great place to devour a gourmet sandwich

Lefay Dolomiti

Fabulous option for ski enthusiasts traveling with wellness-focused companions

Dolomites, Italy

The sleek Lefay spa retreat on Lake Garda debuts an 84 suite sister hotel in the heart of the Dolomites just outside Pinzolo’s Modonna di Compiglio ski resort. With contemporary-styles suites starting at 575 sft and a whopping 50,000 sft spa, Lefay offers a fabulous option for ski enthusiasts traveling with wellness-focused companions. Summertime promises endless fitness experiences such as hiking, mountain biking and climbing.

Lefay Wellness Residences

The first holiday homes with service levels of the highest possible standard

To create places of our dreams, where silence, space, light and nature harmoniously co-exist. A Lefay branded stay provides an experience in which holistic wellbeing merges with the concept of new luxury, characterized by Italian style and respect for the environment. With the launch of Wellness Residences, Lefay has extended its wellness offering to include holiday homes where Guests can live in their own space with service levels of the highest possible standard. Lefay Wellness Residences introduce a new holiday experience. Choosing a Lefay residence in the Dolomites means owning a place to stay that encapsulates contemporary luxury and exclusive five-star services. The management of the unit by Lefay Resort & SPA Dolomiti ensures that the Residence is optimally managed allowing the owner to enjoy all the comforts of home without the worry of keeping it in perfect condition.

Lefay Resort

Where silence, light, nature and luxury harmoniously co-exist.

Set in the woods and perfectly in harmony with its surrounding landscape, Lefay Resort & SPA Dolomiti is consistent with the Brand’s philosophy of reinterpreting the traditional architecture of the place and taking style inspiration from the local mountain buildings. All the materials chosen, from the wood, stone and the rigorous simplicity of the finishes, reflect the natural perfection of the Dolomites. The property accommodates 23 Residences and 86 Suites featuring Lefay’s signature luxury elements of light, nature, silence and open spaces. It’s just a few minutes from the Resort to Pinzolo, a lively town offering local activities throughout the year.

Heliskiing at Auberge Blue Sky

Upcoming: May, 2019

Explore the American West

Set outside of Salt Lake City’s pristine mountains, Blue Sky will be a game changer in offering a luxury ranch and tented camp experience within easy reach of a hub city. Its luxury yurts will be among the largest glamping options in the country while its bespoke approach to outdoor adventures, let by ex-Aman visionary Stuart Campbell, will redefine the way people explore the American West. Guests will have exclusive access to heli-skiing landing directly at Blue Sky for incredibly private off-piste adventures with over 1 million acres of private back-country skiing within a 10 minute flight.

Auberge Blue Sky: Luxury as nature intended

From horseback riding through private trails that wind through fields of alpine sagebrush, fly fishing on the premier Blue Ribbon Provo River, and shooting our 18-stand sporting clay course, the unique pleasures of our Wild West ranch beckon. In winter, cross-country ski miles of groomed trails, and take in backcountry skiing, cat skiing and full heli-ski experiences directly on our 3,500 estate. For guests headed out to Park City Mountain Resort, only 20 minutes away, our exclusive Blue Sky Ski Lounge is conveniently located at the base of the mountain.

Listen to the flow of a nearby spring-fed creek. Hear the footfall of horses over hard packed trails. And spot a herd of wild elk grazing on the horizon. Near Salt Lake City but a world away, our 3,500-acre ranch in the Wasatch Mountain Range is where you’ll leave the cares of the modern world behind and reconnect with nature, from downhill skiing at nearby Park City Mountain Resort in winter to fly fishing and clay shooting any time of year. You’ll feel right at home with our relaxed Western lifestyle—and with the Blue Sky family.

Magical moments for snow lovers in Switzerland

Interlaken – Jungfraujoch – Lucerne – Titlis – Rigi

A leisurely tour to two of Switzerland ’s best-known resorts. As popular in winter as in summer, the two lakeside resorts of Interlaken and Lucerne offer fantastic winter scenery and excursions for fun without skis. Explore high alpine peaks, Switzerland ’s traditional winter warmer – Cheese Fondue and enjoy a horse-drawn sleigh ride.

Switzerland Package inclusions:

  • 3 x Overnight stay with breakfast and city tax in Interlaken
  • 3 x Overnight stay with breakfast and city tax in Lucerne
  • 1 x Rail ticket 2nd class: border/airport – Lucerne – Interlaken – border/airport
  • 1 x Excursion to Jungfraujoch (non-guided)
  • 1 x Night sledging with Cheeses Fondue in Interlaken
  • 1 x Excursion to Mount Titlis (non-guided)
  • 1 x Day trip to Mount Rigi (non-guided) incl. horse-drawn carriage ride

TRAVEL DATES: January 3 – March 29, 2018

Room Category:DBLSGL
3-star hotel$1335$1624
4-star hotel$1485$1809
5-star hotel$1854$2101

Price P.P. in USD
Prices and availability are subject to change at the time of booking.
Upgrade to 1st class on all train rides $95


From Zürich airport via Bern to Interlaken. Afternoon at leisure. Overnight in Interlaken.

Day excursion to the Jungfraujoch– Top of Europe. Impressive views of snow-capped peaks and the magnificent Aletsch Glacier. Overnight in Interlaken.

Day at leisure. Enjoy some of the beautiful winter walks around or join the free walking tour of Interlaken (Mon, Wed or Sat). In the early evening pick-up from your hotel by minibus. Travel from Interlaken high into the Swiss Alps, take in the starlit winter panorama before riding down the 1 hour sledge run. Along the way the trail winds through woods, crosses alpine meadows and passes majestic frozen waterfalls. The sledge run finishes at a small local restaurant for a traditional Swiss cheese fondue dinner. Overnight in Interlaken.

Travel by train over the Brünig Pass, past Meiringen famous for its Meringue and the demise of Sherlock Holmes, towards picturesque Lucerne. Afternoon at leisure. Overnight in Lucerne.

Snow and ice awaits you at the top of Mt. Titlis. Travel by train to the mountain resort of Engelberg. Take a leisurely stroll through the resort before taking the 3 sets of gondolas to the 3,020m high peak of Mount Titlis. Take the ice-flyer over the glacier’s crevasses, have some fun with the snow toys in the Glacier park and walk the Titlis Cliff walk – Europe’s highest suspension bridge. Overnight in Lucerne.

Journey by boat from Lucerne to Vitznau and by cogwheel train to Rigi Kaltbad. From here take a horse-drawn carriage or sleigh to Rigi First for a hearty Cheese Fondue at restaurant Bärenstube. On days when the horse-drawn carriage is not operating travel to Rigi Kulm, collect your snow shoes and walk towards the Cheese Farm Chäserenholz for a Cheese Fondue before walking down to Rigi Staffel for your return journey to Lucerne. Overnight in Lucerne.

Travel by train back to Zürich for your onward journey or return flight home.

Spring Skiing in the Mountains

Spring Skiing in the Mountains

The season that has it all

Is it too early to start thinking about spring skiing? I think that with parts of the country plunged into the frigid depths of winter, now is actually the perfect time to daydream about the mountains in one of the most underrated seasons. Spring skiing is a not so well-kept secret among avid skiers and riders.

The days start to lengthen, leading to extended operating hours for the lifts and more time to make those extra turns. The weather has a tendency to waver between bluebird days and the skies opening up and dropping copious amounts of snow. You can have one day where you’ll see people skiing in t-shirts working on their goggle tans, and the next they’ll be getting fresh tracks in waist deep powder.

Spring in the mountains is about what happens off the slopes as much as on.

There’s nothing better than getting face shots on a powder day, except maybe by wrapping it up with après ski outdoors, basking in the sun and recapping your runs with friends. With the warmer weather also comes spring concerts, and catching a free show with the mountains in the background is a definite must-do this time of year. If you plan right, you can make it to the resort when they have pond skimming, when the adventurous don their best onesie or most creative costume, and attempt to ski or ride across a pond. It’s not always successful, but it is always entertaining.

Now, I have to ask…is it really too early to think about spring skiing?

My Best Days on the Mountain

The word ‘epic’ gets thrown around a lot these days. It gets attached to ordinary, day-to-day things, which is remarkably far from epic. My use of epic is generally mountain related, although I still probably say it a lot more than I should.

Epic was the day I made it to Vail right before the pass closed because of the weather. This same storm dropped a foot of powder that I got to ski for a couple of hours before the pass opened and it got tracked out.
It was epic in Steamboat after they had gone a couple of weeks with very little new snow, only to have three feet come down in one night.

I’ve actually lost count of how many epic days I had when living in Utah; I got to the point where I required at least six inches of fresh snow to motivate me out of bed in the morning.

We offer a couple of days skiing with instructors to familiarize yourself with the mountain, and then if you want to explore on your own, go for it! Our groups are led by Leo Demelbauer, PSIA level 3 ski instructor and Alpine team member. He knows the mountains like the back of his hand, and his love of skiing is infectious.

I don’t want to discount non-powder days…some of my most memorable times have been with my Alpine family skiing in the sun, making some leisurely runs before heading to après or taking a wander through the village.

Skiing Val d’Isere, before finishing up at La Folie Douce, surrounded by hundreds of revelers–many of whom were dressed in full costume –is one I will not forget anytime soon. Everyone dancing in their ski boots at Mooserwirt in St Anton, while watching people attempt to ski the run to the bottom was yet another amazing day.

When it comes down to it, whether you’re skiing freshies right after a storm, groomers on a bluebird day, or even just taking a couple of laps with friends and heading to après and absorbing the mountain atmosphere, shouldn’t any time you get to spend on the mountain be considered epic?

The Best Days on the Mountain Have Yet to Come

Join Alpine in the Alps This Winter

Want to hit the Alps this winter, but don’t know where to begin?

Or maybe you want to travel solo without being alone?

Some people have the misconception that group trips involve being herded from one place to another like cattle; no free time, no experiencing the destination on your own. With our trips, you spend as much or as little time as you’d like with the other travelers. Our groups usually consist of friends and strangers united by a love of travel, and desire to experience a new resort.

We offer a couple of days skiing with instructors to familiarize yourself with the mountain, and then if you want to explore on your own, go for it! Our groups are led by Leo Demelbauer, PSIA level 3 ski instructor and Alpine team member. He knows the mountains like the back of his hand, and his love of skiing is infectious.

Spend your days with your newfound friends on the mountain, or take a day off and hit the spa. Reunite with the group over traditional Austrian fare and trade tales over a local lager.

The Alps are calling…are you ready to answer?

If you’re ready to hit the slopes,
get in touch with Holly Gagnon
for more information.

Kitzbuhel, Austria: March 5-12
Lech, Austria: March 12-19

Holly Gagnon