BEST WESTERN Mountain View Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Jackson was worth the stay. I loved its location: ski hill rising up right at the edge of town. It's really small and walkable. Elk antler arches were on each corner of the town square – see photo. Breakfast at Bubba’s and a tour of the city and we were on our way south.
The scenery was breathtaking and ever-changing: from the craggy Teton Mountains to rolling hills of scrub. As we went ...
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Driving south we saw pronghorn deer - oh wait, I did learn something cool last night at the ranger talk - when they are scared they fluff up the white fur on their rears as a warning signal to others in the herd. This deer is *not* alarmed. We stop ...