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Sublette Room

Waiting at the top of a wide, spiral staircase is a luxuriously oversized suite that greets you with rich, warm furnishings and a panoramic Captain’s view of the surrounding mountains and entire Upper Hoback Valley and river below.
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In the evening, relax in overstuffed leather chairs in front of the large stone fireplace before retiring to the bath for a soothing soak in the roomy Jacuzzi tub while you watch the sun fall behind the mountains as the stars begin to light up the night sky. $100 per night sur-charge applies for the Sublette Room The Rooms at Jackson Fork Ranch

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Remembered primarily for being one of the leaders of what became the first wagon train to open The Oregon Trail, William Sublette became a shrewd, and some would say ruthless, businessman who, among other things, named the valley North of Jackson, “Jackson’s Hole” after his fur trading partner, Davey Jackson’s favorite trapping “hole.” (The possessive ‘s’ was dropped years later for, well ...obvious reasons.)
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The Rooms at Jackson Fork Ranch
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Whitman-Spalding Room

Tucked away in a corner of the main lodge floor, this warm, wooded, getaway opens on to its own patio deck where you can enjoy your coffee in the morning as you watch the sun wash over the mountains. Open the windows in the Summer and relax to the sounds of the brook as it rolls over the rocks just a step outside.
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The Whitman-Spalding Room has it’s own private bath with a shower and roomy walk-in closet. The Rooms at Jackson Fork Ranch

The Rooms at Jackson Fork Ranch
Narcissa Whitman and Eliza Spalding were missionaries and the first white women to settle in Wyoming. Their ministry was to define many Indian tribal customs and traditions as “sins” and barriers to salvation. They preached that the Indians must give up their songs, dances, gambling, horse racing, and everything else that was enjoyable. The Indians felt that they were being told that to avoid Hell in the afterlife, they must exist in a living Hell here and now. Not surprisingly, this message was not well received.

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Washburn Room

Secluded in the first level quiet of the lodge, The Washburn Suite features a grand queen bed surrounded by rich wood dressers, a walk-in closet and a spacious private bath with tub and shower. A private door to the hot tub on the patio takes you away to a relaxing soak with grand views of the mountains, wildlife and valley below.
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A former Major General and U.S. Congressman, Henry Washburn led the Washburn-Langsford-Doane Expeditoin of 1870 to find the headwaters of the Yellowstone River. His maps, observations and passion for conservation led the cause to create the first U.S. National Park - Yellowstone. The Washburn party also accounted for some of the first fly-fishing stories in the area including tales of cooking freshly caught trout directly in the area’s hot springs. The Rooms at Jackson Fork Ranch

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“I have never been lost, but I will admit to being confused for several weeks.” – Daniel Boone
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Bridger Room

Warm wood floors and twin beds highlight this bright suite with a private entrance onto the patio and sauna where a small brook runs by. A walk-in closet provides plenty of storage space and the private bath features a large, tiled tub and shower.
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A fur trapper turned trader, James Bridger seized the opportunity to open a permanent supply fort on the Green River along what would later become the Oregon trail. As the first privately owned and operated fort, Fort Bridger was initially, " . . . a crude collection of rough-hewn log buildings that greatly disappointed the travelers." But its location made it one of the most successful enterprises in the area. James Bridger is also credited with discovering the Great Salt Lake although, at the time, he thought it was the Pacific Ocean. (An honest mistake considering its salinity.) The Rooms at Jackson Fork Ranch

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“Entrepreneurs are simply those who understand that there is little difference between obstacle and opportunity and are able to turn both to their advantage.” – Niccolo Machiavelli

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