Timber Ridge #1
Bedding: King, Queen, Six Twins
“Uncle Al’s,” as Timber Ridge 1 is affectionately known, invites groups to let loose and relax in its more than 2,700 square feet of living space.
The townhome unfolds over three floors, starting with the ground floor and its flagstone mudroom flanked by benches, racks and cubbies. A map of Grand Teton National Park primes guests for adventuring. Follow the hallway into a bedroom with a queen bed, closet, armchair and soft carpet. Two coat closets, a laundry room and bathroom round out the ground floor amenities.
Upstairs, on the main level, an open floor plan flows from the living area into the kitchen – a great room topped by a cathedral ceiling and awash in natural light from the floor-to-ceiling windows. The living room boasts two plush couches, an armchair and a towering rock fireplace. A wraparound deck offers spectacular valley views, as well as a gas grill and outdoor dining set.
The adjoining master suite features a king bed, an entertainment armoire, a desk with a printer, a cozy armchair, two walk-in closets and an ensuite bathroom.
Mountain scenes line the stairwell to the top floor, where a loft overlooks the living area and offers additional accommodations with its two twin beds. A nook with an armchair invites reading.
The top floor also features a pair of bedrooms sharing a double-vanity bath. Both bedrooms are outfitted with two twin beds and closets.
The ultimate in slopeside convenience, the townhome sits within steps of the Moose Creek lift. All Timber Ridger units grant access to the nearby Sundance Swim and Tennis Club and its outdoor swimming pool and Jacuzzi. Timber Ridge lies within walking distance of the lifts, boutiques, bars and restaurants that make Teton Village a bustling place year-round. From authentic Thai food to hipster woolens and high-tech gear, the Village carries everything you crave on vacation.
**Please note that this unit is available for lodging only. Gatherings that exceed the maximum occupancy of this unit are prohibited.
Mountain weather is variable and unpredictable. Resort conditions and ski access may be weather and snow dependent.