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Lost Creek Ranch & Spa in Moose, Wyo., is hosting its third annual Ladies Only Ranch Getaway from Sept. 6 to 13, inviting female clients to escape their busy schedules for some much-needed pampering and rejuvenation.
For one week, the 10-cabin property, located in the Jackson Hole valley, will be closed to the public and cater exclusively to female guests. Offering an abundance of activity choices while doing away with specific itineraries, the ranch is allowing clients to play or rest at leisure.
Clients who are looking for a tranquil respite will appreciate the package’s included spa specials, shopping trips to downtown Jackson, yoga and Pilates classes and scenic float trips down the nearby Snake River.
Clients craving to reinvigorate themselves can take advantage of the ranch’s prime location — it is surrounded by the Teton Range, the Gros Ventre and Wind River ranges, the Palisades Mountains and the Yellowstone Plateau — for outdoor adventures. Package rates include hiking and horseback riding, or clients can leave the property for whitewater rafting, mountain climbing or hot-air balloon rides.
The Ladies Only offer includes a three-night stay in the client’s choice of accommodations. Bookings in the Half Duplex Cabin start at $1,275 per person per night, based on double occupancy. For the more spacious Living Room Cabin — which holds up to four people — rates start at $1,470 per person, per night. Clients can extend their getaway for up to seven nights, starting at $395 or $445 per person, per night, in the Half Duplex or Living Room cabins, respectively.
For the remaining 51 weeks of the year, Lost Creek Ranch & Spa is open to all travelers, including families and groups. Rates include accommodations, meals and activities. And now, through June 14, and from Aug. 31 to Sept.6, clients can also take advantage of the ranch’s Low Rates Season during which three-night stays start at $2,350 for the Half Duplex Cabin and at $5,500 for the Living Room Cabin.
Lost Creek Ranch & Spa www.lostcreek.com