Photos and Description of this 3 bedroom holiday home in Dubois - DUNOIR VALLEY RETREAT
HOUSE: 2 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS
DUNOIR VALLEY RETREAT: Glassed view of Absoroka Range/Ramshorn Peak/Pinnacle Buttes/Dunoir Valley, 1,691 S. ft., 3.5 acres, remote, private, yet within short drive of Yellowstone and the Tetons, plenty of extra parking area for hunting vehicles, trailers, snowmobiles, etc.
Dunoir Valley Retreat is furnished to be your escape, your retreat, your place of relaxation and solitude. You are free to do as little or as much as you choose. In the spring and fall, you will enjoy the elk migration through the Dunoir Valley. In the summer you can enjoy fishing, hiking, horseback riding, the national parks, and the local western culture, In the fall you can view the aspens, hike, explore or hunt, and in the winter you can ski, snowmobile, sleigh ride , dogsled, or just sit by the fire and enjoy the snow covered landscape with a hot cup of tea. We stand behind our property, and our family is committed to making sure that your family comes back to Dunoir Valley Retreat for generations to come. Our wish is that you enjoy our home as much as we do! ...Best Regards: Troy & Karen Sullivan
Keywords: VIEWS: DUNOIR VALLEY, ABSOROKA RANGE, RAMSHORN PEAK.
CLOSE TO: WIND RIVER (1/4 MILE) UNION PASS RECREATIONAL AREAS (1 MILE) SHOSHONE NATIONAL FOREST (5.0 MILES) TETON NATIONAL PARK (34.6 MILES), YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK - SOUTH ENTRANCE GATE (71.6 MILES) DUBOIS,WY (10.3 MILES), JACKSON AIRPORT(FROM JAC: 67.1 MILES - 1 HR. 24 MIN. VIA U.S. HWY 26 E.) RIVERTON REGIONAL AIRPORT (FROM RIW: 84.3MILES - 1 HR. 29 MIN VIA U.S. HWY. 26 W.)
SUMMER ACTIVITIES: BIKING, FISHING, HORSEBACK RIDING, 4 WHEELING, MOUNTAIN CLIMBING, PHOTOGRAPHY, RODEOS, EXPLORING THE NATIONAL PARKS, ENJOYING THE LOCAL CULTURE
WINTER ACTIVITIES: SNOWMOBILING,CROSS COUNTRY SKIING, DOWNHILL SKIING, DOG SLEDDING, SLEIGH RIDES, HUNTING, PHOTOGRAPHY, ENJOYING THE LOCAL CULTURE
- Events Allowed
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- children welcome
- limited accessibility
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
About The Owner
Karen and I both have a strong passion for the outdoors. We enjoy hiking, rafting, fishing, horseback riding, and spending quality time with our family.
The Owner purchased this house in 2011
Why The Owner chose Dubois
Proximity to Yellowstone, the Tetons, Wind River Country, and Shoshone National Forest.
What makes this house unique
The ability to visit a large number of scenic areas within an 2 hour drive of the retreat.
Guestbook comments from the owner
"6/10 – 7/7 2012
For four weeks the Dunoir Valley Retreat has been our home,
and we have been happy here! The house is beautifully situated in the valley, with great views from every window. It is full of light and very, very comfortable!
It’s a long way to Yellowstone and The Grand Teton, but these parks are worth the drive: they’re everything you expect them to be. Our favorite spot, a stretch of the Snake River near the Oxbow Bend is only 50 minutes away. We also loved the Antilope Flats and the Moose-Wilson Road and of course the National Museum of Wildlife Art!
A very pleasant surprise was the discovery of what the Dunoir Valley itself has to offer:
beautiful scenery (I love the “badlands”), wildlife in abundance, and a friendly town only 10 mi away (the Friday night rodeo is a must!).
On the property of the house we saw: a moose with 2 calves, white-tailed deer, chipmunks, ground squirrels, mountain bluebird, tree swallow, mourning dove, white- crowned sparrow, robin, brewer’s blackbird, northern flicker…
Five minutes away, along Union Pass we found a great horned owl with two young ones, ready to fly the nest.
In Dubois, along Horse Creek Rd: coyote, mule deer, bald eagle, osprey, red-tailed hawk, turkey vulture, yellow warbler, cowbird…
Along Hwy 26 : moose, elk, deer, even a grizzly bear with two cubs, coming out of Shoshone National Forest! It’s sounds unbelievable, but we were lucky enough to see (and photograph) them twice!!!
We enjoyed the hot, dry weather – but we were sorry to hear about the wildfires…
We are sad to have to leave this house and the Valley.
We have been happy here….
Paul & Marleen Goethals-Coudenys, Bruges, Belgium"