Walk to the Town Square and trailheads from your private room and bathroom in this completely cool East Jackson home. A bus stop is a six minute walk. We have a dog, Rio, the world's best 14-year-old yellow lab.
You want to spend a month in Jackson in this beautiful contemporary space a 7-minute walk from a START bus stop that can take you to Teton Village.
You get you very own room, which is on the ground floor. It has a queen size bed. You get your own bathroom too. (With some of the coolest tiles ever in the shower.) You have a washer and dryer at your disposal too. And of course there is wireless internet. You could store some gear in the garage. Please contact me for stays of less than 30 days.
Interaction with guests
My boyfriend and I live in this house and both work at home, so we're around a lot. But we get out and do lots of stuff too.
Other things to note
This is the coolest house ever. Just saying. See what Dwell had to say about it: (URL HIDDEN)
Please take off shoes at the front door.
Politeness is one of my favorite traits.
No pets allowed.
You can store gear in the garage.
After graduating from college I moved here for a year so I could learn how to ski. I picked Jackson over other ski towns because 1) I knew Harrison Ford lived here 2) I liked the idea of living in the least populated state in the country and 3) I knew if I could ski Jackson Hole, I could ski anywhere. I've now been here for 16 years. Jackson is the most amazing place and community in the world. Running into Harrison at Rendezvous Bistro doesn't even faze me anymore. I'm still learning how to ski.
I'm a travel and food writer and also editor of the best magazine about this valley. I used to host an interview show on Wyoming PBS. I've written countless articles about making the most of your visit to Jackson, whatever the season. If you stay with us (I live with my boyfriend Derek), I'll share as many (or as few) recommendations as you want. Even if you don't want any, I will tell you not to miss the free, guided snowshoe hikes with a Grand Teton National Park ranger in the winter (they even have antique snowshoes for you to use!). In summer, I'll make sure you know about The Deck at the top of the Bridger Gondola at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort for the valley's best margarita, delicious snacks, and stupefying views. The Sleeping Indian is my favorite summer hike. In winter, I backcountry ski and make way more cookies than I should. Derek is an expert on all things hiking, running, mountain biking, skiing at JHMR, and the most scenic driving routes to and from pretty much anywhere.
My favorite thing to do when traveling is to walk around and get as lost as possible, wandering into any local coffee shops (double espresso) or bakeries I pass along the way. If Starbucks is the only coffee around, I will refrain. But I won't judge you if you their over-roasted beans.
We live with one dog and one cat. The dog, Rio is a 13.5 year-old yellow lab that is The Greatest Dog Ever. And also the hungriest dog ever. He is super mellow and rarely leaves Derek's side. And then there's the cat: Kitty. She is doing her best to become a beached whale. She's also a big love bug. Neither of the animals are allowed in the guest room.
My guiding principle is that life is an adventure. My theme songs are 1) Eye of the Tiger (Survivor) and 2) Life is an Adventure (Violent Femmes).