If Jackson Hole is all Kardashian-clobber and million-dollar mountainside log cabins, then neighbouring Grand Targhee is more home-cooked meals and small-town vibes. But don't let its unassuming reputation put you off - this is a top-class ski resort that flies largely under-the-radar. In fact, Targhee regularly under-reports its snowfall to protect its freshly powdered peaks. Over 500 inches of snowfall a year, that's one hundred more than its A-list neighbour, thanks to massive eastward storms dumping fresh powder almost daily. Ski south towards Peaked Mountain or hike to the summit of Mary's Nipple for its immaculately groomed slopes - on a clear day you'll have views over the Grand Teton and chances are, you'll lay fresh tracks on your first (and perhaps even last) runs of the day. Sleep slopeside at Targhee Lodge. It's first-rate facilities - hot tubs, heated saltwater pools and in-room boot dryers - make it an absolute steal.