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Joggers have endless options near Four Seasons Resort and Residences Jackson Hole. The beautiful scenery is perfect for runners, and the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel makes finding your way easy, with a pocket-sized jogging map in every room. For real diehards, the most challenging nearby run is the 7.2-mile summit trail to the top of the tram at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. The trail is only accessible during summer, and it passes right by the Four Seasons Resort and Residences Jackson Hole’s Peak Bar. Over the run, you’ll climb 4,139 vertical feet. After all that hard work comes the reward — a free ride down on the tram.
Easier runs include the Granite Loop Road, which is one mile, and the path from the resort to the Grand Teton National Park entrance, a solid three miles. A run to Lake Creek Bridge is just over six and a half miles; from the resort to West Bank Center is a 10 miler; and the route from the resort to Route 22 is an exhausting 14.6 miles. Besides the mile-long Granite Ridge Loop, all of these runs take you on well-maintained pedestrian and bike pathways.