While Jackson Hole steals the spotlight where Wyoming skiing is concerned, vetted skiers harbour a soft spot for nearby Grand Targhee. Next to the Idaho border, this resort sits on the western side of the Teton mountain range - which means its slopes get first dibs on storms rolling in from the Pacific Coast. Powder is probable most days and you're likely get pristine runs all to yourself (albeit ones that aren't quite as challenging as Jackson Hole's). True, fancy lodgings and restaurants are better in Jackson Hole, but there's no reason you can't hit up both ski resorts in the same trip. Only an hour apart via the Teton Pass, regular shuttles run to and from the Jackson village.