|Jackson Hole, WY|
Located about 25 minutes northeast of Jackson, Wyoming, between Jackson and Yellowstone, Grand Teton National Park is partially accessible in the winter, with the road open at the north entrance and ample snowshoe and cross-country ski access available to the interior. Large populations of Elk make their way down to here from Yellowstone in the winter, though most seem to end up in the National Elk refuge, located on the outskirts of Jackson. Located within park boundries but south of US Highway 89, photogenic (and iconic) Mormon Row is an ghost town of barns and cabins, accessible via a three mile snowshoe hike from Gross Ventre Road, near Moose Junction.
Accommodation options include:
Located at the South Park entrance (which is closed in winter), these are large, reasonably priced, cabin rentals that are nicer than I expected and located within park boundaries (as is the whole valley) and very near the iconic mountain range. Photo above.
A somewhat pricy, high-end dude ranch with rustic accommodations but incredible food and service.