Guests can enjoy a variety of structured or unstructured activities on their own or group/team building formats. Expert assistance regarding transportation, equipment and location are provided. Prior to arriving, each guest is sent a self- inventory to determine interest/experience levels and optimize their experience. Star Valley Lodge emphasizes flexibility, accessibility and autonomy while eliminating the expenses and logistical problems associated with adventure companies. Options will vary depending on weather conditions.

Our Warm Weather Activities

Mountain Biking

Mountain Biking

For the athletic or adventuresome, mountain biking along the steep Salt River Ranges can be challenging with less technical ATV trails also available.

ATV Riding

ATV Riding

The Star Valley Lodge staff provides outings into the surrounding National Forest offering incredible views and photo opportunities.

Hiking

Hiking

Hiking beautiful trails in the Bridger Teton National Forest offer a wide spectrum of difficulty from easy going to the most challenging experience.

Fishing

Fishing

Mountain lakes, streams and the renowned Salt River provide immediate access and opportunity for German Browns, Cuthroat, Rainbows, Brookies, and Mackinaw.

Target Shooting

Target Shooting

Target shooting areas are in close proximity. Bows and guns (pistols, rifles and shotguns) are available for our guests.

Golf

Golf

Five courses are within fifteen minutes of Star Valley Lodge. Green fees and club rentals are included.

Our Winter Weather Activities

Snow Shoeing

Snow Shoeing

A variety of snowshoeing trails are available at the Lodge.  Whether enjoying walks in the surrounding meadows or forests, a sense of peace and mindfulness are close at hand.

Sledding/Tubing

Sledding/Tubing

Immediate access to Grover Park in Bridger-Teton offers premier good old fashioned snow tubing enjoyment.

Cross Country Skiing

Cross Country Skiing

During the winter months, Star Valley Lodge is surrounded by snow-covered terrain-perfect for guests who rely on their own locomotion rather than lines and ski lifts.