Lodging at this hidden gem ski resort on the west side of the Tetons has a handsome, natural-wood look and the atmosphere of an alpine village. Choose from dorm-style quads, motel rooms, and high-end suites available across three different facilities. Budget options are simply furnished with Western furniture and centered on common areas with fireplaces; the high-end condominium rooms are brighter and more spacious. The Branding Iron Bar and Grille ($$$) is the resort's flagship restaurant. The Trap Bar and Grille and Wild Bill's Grille serve quicker, less expensive meals, and Snorkel's has bakery items, espresso, and deli sandwiches.