|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
2 Bedroom, Full bath
Close To Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.
This private setting has miles of the fly-fishing Wind River flowing right through it.
Panoramic views over the Mountain Range and the trout river make this chalet very exclusive. There is access to millions of acres of National Forest with Moose, Elk, and Deer, right from the back-door.
2 bedroom, full bath
• Internet, Wi-fi
• Apple TV
• Floor heating, throughout
Additional amenities (upon request)
• Up to 45 ft. RV Space with full hook-up
• Horse Barn with corral, fenced pastures
• Mountain and river view
• Full open kitchen with dining table
• Nespresso Coffee Machine
• Fully equipped
• Garbage disposal
Open living room
Wood burning fireplace
Master bedroom with queen sized bed. Unobstructed Mountain and river view
2nd Bedroom with two twin sized beds. Unobstructed Mountain and forest/wildlife view.
Heated with electric opener
92 acres, with Wind River flowing through entire property.
Panoramic views over the Absaroka Mountain Range and Big Horn
Adjacent to Shoshone National Forest
Excellent, private trout fishing on property
Regular big game visitors
• Private setting on Centennial Scenic Byway
• 12 miles from downtown Dubois, with shopping, souvenirs, restaurants and cafes. (Weekly Rodeo’s in summer.)
• Adjacent to Shoshone National Forest
• 22 miles to Grand Teton National Park
• 32 Miles to Yellowstone National Park
• 73 Miles to Famous Jackson Hole ski Resort and art galleries.
Things to do
• World class trout fishing
• Big game hunting (Deer, Moose, Elk, Pronghorn, Wolf, Bear)
• Endless four wheeling possibilities
• Longest snow mobile tracks in the USA, starting 10 miles from the chalet
• Exploring Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park
• Horseback riding, dog sledding
• Hiking, mountain climbing
• Cross Country and downhill skiing, Sledding
• Mountain biking
• Perfect setting for wildlife and scenic photography
Run by a Swiss-American Family.
Martin and Kathrin Stucki purchased this cabin in 2012
For the love of the mountains, the trout, the deer and the peace. This property embraces nature. It is set into the beating heart of the Yellowstone Ecosystem. Its pristine waters are filled with native trout. The millions of acres of forest that back up to the house bring moose, elk and deer visitors. Bald and Golden Eagle are circling over hundreds of miles of snow mobile and cross country tracks.
A trip to Dubois town is 12 minutes. Jackson Hole with its fine dining, world class ski resorts and influential art galleries are just an hour and a half drive from the chalet.
Full Mountain view from the kitchen and bedroom.
Fishing and hunting without getting into the car.
Cozy wood-burning oven
garage for a car or snow toys
Horse barn or RV-Hook-up upon request.
The mountain-hemmed town of Dubois and the Upper Wind River Valley that surrounds it are only about an hour’s drive from Jackson Hole, but they’re a world away. The area is one of the most spectacularly scenic — and still relatively undiscovered — vacation destinations in the Northern Rockies.
The town and its outlying hay meadows and cattle ranches are bordered by several million acres of National Forest, more than half of which are protected as wilderness areas.
Spectacular Wild Country
To the east of town are the dramatic redrock canyons and colorful rock formations of the Dubois Badlands. To the southwest loom the rugged peaks and glacial lakes of the Wind River Range. To the North rise the pine-clad slopes and alpine meadows of the Absaroka Range. And rolling away to the southeast are the sagebrush hills and high plains of the vast Wind River Indian Reservation, home to the Northern Arapahoe and Eastern Shoshone tribes.
The valley abounds with wildlife. Nearby Whiskey Mountain supports the largest herd of Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep in North America. Other big-game animals and rare species thrive in the wild country that surrounds Dubois: moose, elk, antelope, deer, mountain lion, bald and golden eagle, grizzly and black bear. Area streams and lakes teem with an impressive array of game fish, including rainbow, lake, brook, cutthroat, golden and brown trout, grayling and mountain whitefish.
Lots To Do in Town
Although outdoor adventures are the area’s specialty, there’s lots to do in town as well.
The National Bighorn Sheep Interpretive Center, opened a few years back, has already become a major visitor attraction. The center houses a number of impressive exhibits on bighorn sheep biology and successful herd management methods used at Whiskey Mountain. Next door, the Dubois Museum’s exhibits link the valley’s ethnic, social, cultural, and work history with its archaeology, geology, and natural history.
Dubois shops sell everything from cowboy boots and fly-fishing gear to handsome coffee-table books and upscale gifts. A tour of town shops reveals fine silver jewelry, crafts by Native American tribes, high-quality Western-theme gifts, and crafts by local artists.
Off the Beaten Path
Dubois is a busy place in the summer, but the solitude and natural splendor of the badlands and mountains are only minutes away. Miles of scenic unpaved roads take visitors in vehicles or on mountain bikes deep into the backcountry, and dozens of trailheads lead to a network of well-maintained hiking and horse trails.
Southwest of Dubois is Union Pass, said to be the only place in the country where three river sources flow in different directions: streams born on the pass eventually join the Columbia, Mississippi, and Colorado rivers. Union Pass is accessible to four-wheel-drive vehicles during the summer months and early fall.
Southeast of town is Whiskey Mountain with its resident bighorn sheep herd and a major trailhead that serves as the jumping-off point for hikes and horsepack trips into the Fitzpatrick Wilderness. The bumpy dirt road that leads to the trailhead makes for slow going, but sharp-eyed travelers can spot ancient petroglyphs carved into rock faces along the way.
For those who really want to get away from it all, a number of local outfitters offer guided fishing and pack horse trips into nearby wilderness areas.
Summer Activities & Events
Dubois bustles with activities and events nearly every night of the week in the summer. Lectures and demonstrations by the Dubois Museum, the National Forest Service, and the Bighorn Sheep Center will be given at the fire circle in the Dubois Town Park. Topics include: history, geology, camp cooking, fishing, wildlife, breaking wild horses, berry picking, and other general interest subjects. Gather beforehand at the Sheep Center and take the short walk to the park.
Story by Nancy Debevoise. Published in Mountain Country visitors’ guide
|Rental Period||Minimum Rate||Additional Nights||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event Rate|
November 20 through April 30
20 Nov 2014 - 30 Apr 2015
3 night minimum stay
for 3 nights
My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
for 3 nights
|Pet Fee||$35 + Tax|
|Cleaning fee||$150 + Tax|
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.
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