Great Movie Scenery Around Jackson Hole Lodging
Jackson Hole is a beautiful Wyoming winter wonderland. Located on the western edge of Wyoming near the Idaho Border, Jackson Hole is a lush valley next to the Grand Teton Mountains. The valley was founded around 1870 by Native Americans, fur-trappers and finally homesteads that used the area for cattle ranches. In winter, the snow covered mountains and beautiful valley are the perfect winter vacation spot for skiing, ice-skating and carriage rides. If you want to come check out Jackson Hole’s natural beauty, stay at the Lodge at Jackson Hole. Their luxury lodging in Jackson Hole is the perfect winter escape from life. Their plush accommodations and amenities will make you never want to leave. Spend hours relaxing at the Lodge’s heated indoor pool or hot tub. Get a soothing deep tissue massage or exfoliating sugar polish at the hotel’s fabulous spa.
When you are not relaxing at the Lodge at Jackson Hole, spend some time checking out the great scenery in Jackson Hole. The beautiful Teton Mountain backdrop has been used in several famous movies like the 1990 classic Dances with Wolves, The Big Trail with John Wayne and Rocky IV. Most recently the Grand Teton National Park and National Elk Refugee were used in Quentin Tarantino’s Oscar nominated Django Unchained. The film crew spent a week in Jackson Hole, including stars Jamie Foxx and Christoph Waltz, shooting scenes in weather that dropped to under 20 degrees below zero. Several herds of elk and bison were used in the movie and publicity materials for the film feature scenes shot in Jackson Hole.
Come check out the beautiful scenery used in the movies when you stay at the Lodge at Jackson Hole. Their Jackson Hole Resort is only a few minutes away from the areas used in Django Unchained and it’s a great trip to take in the middle of a beautiful Jackson Hole day. Reserve your Jackson Hole vacation now or contact the friendly staff at the Lodge at Jackson Hole with any questions.