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TVC employees enjoy Grand Teton National Park

  • Posted on October 13, 2014
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TVC employees enjoy Grand Teton National Park! This past month, on a sunny, but brisk day in September, all of the employees of Teton Valley Cabins enjoyed an evening cruise along the banks of lake at the base of the majestic and  famous Teton range. A special thank you for the invitation and hospitality of Jenny Lake Boating, and its owners.   One of the attractive features of staying at Teton Valley Cabins, is the convenience of driving into the national parks each day and seeing some of it’s glorious gems, such as Jenny Lake. Some of our long-standing employees however, had…

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Grand Teton National Park: Jenny Lake and Hidden Falls

  • Posted on July 8, 2014
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A day in Grand Teton National Park during your stay at Teton Valley Cabins is a must do. More specifically, a stop at Jenny Lake will surpass your expectations.  Whether you live in the region or you are travelling thousands of miles across the country, or world – the grandeur and majesty of the Grand Teton Mountain range has yet to disappoint.  At the base of those mountains, is Jenny Lake and the  200 foot cascading (and quite famous) Hidden Falls. Jenny Lake is named after a Shoshone Indian who married an Englishman, Richard “Beaver Dick” Leigh.   Explore the Jenny Lake Ranger Station for…

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New gateway for cabins near Grand Teton National Park

  • Posted on June 12, 2014
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A new gateway for cabins near Grand Teton National Park has been erected and looks protectively over our lovely little spot here in Teton Valley. On Monday, June 9th, the entryway into the cozy and welcoming Teton Valley Cabins was replaced with new sturdy, strong and profound  pine logs to mark the entry to our hotel. The proprietors of Teton Valley Cabins have known for  a few years that the beloved and familiar entryway beaming with “loud” charisma needed to be replaced, but they wanted to preserve it’s towering presence, because it has become so familiar to loyal repeat visitors.  Guests knew…

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