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Just Listed For Sale - Beautiful Homesite in Indian Springs Ranch

by Teri McCarthy

4.24 Acre Lot For Sale in Indian Springs Ranch

Imagine your home nestled within a mature aspen and pine forest, surrounded with wild flowers, on a gently sloped hillside with stunning views of the Grand, the Teton Range, and Glory Bowl. Set within Indian Springs Ranch, this exceptional 4.24 acre elevated building site, bordering over 600 acres of protected open space, is one of the finest undeveloped lots in the subdivision. Hike or cross country ski out your backdoor, or saddle up your horse at the ranch's equestrian center.

A preliminary floor/site plan from Jonathan Foote architect is available to the buyer.


Lot 25 Indian Springs RanchIndian Springs Ranch, a gated residential community, is located in the heart of Jackson Hole, ideally situated between the town of Jackson and the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.,with close proximity to golf, skiing, the Snake River and Grand Teton National Park.


More than 600 acres of the 1200 acre ranch is protected open space, and wildlife habitat for moose, deer, elk, swans, eagles and osprey. 


 Owners and guests enjoy private access to fishing, tennis, swimming, and the Molesworth Cabin named for the noted Wyoming pioneer furniture designer, Thomas Molesworth.  In addition, owners have exclusive use of the equestrian center, and a trail system that runs throughout the ranch’s 600+ molesworth-cabinacres of dedicated open space, for hiking, horseback riding, fishing, and cross country skiing.

$3,650,000


Home values in Indian Springs Ranch range in price from $6m - $12m.  Vacant lots range in price from $2m to $5m. 

Contact Teri for more information or to see this wonderful property.

Local App Turns Your Smartphone Into a Tour Guide

by Teri McCarthy

TravelStorysGPS is a must-have mobile app for discovering Jackson Hole and the Parks.

If you have ever wondered what the stories are behind the Jackson Hole area's sites and points of interest? TravelStorysGPS turns your smartphone into a historical tour guide. GPS-triggered audio tours, photographs and video snippets automatically come on as you walk, drive, or float past a site of interest. Story Clark, founder and CEO of TravelStorys "It's not an app to say . . .what time businesses are open or where to find hotels. It's about telling the story of the landscape, the community, the culture, art, history . . . about enriching the travel experience."

Currently there are two Jackson Hole tours: a Highway 22 tour and a Teton Park Road tour. More tours are in the works: Jackson to Moran, Teton Village Road, and Yellowstone National Park. They are also working on an historical tour of downtown Jackson with help from the Jackson Hole Historic Society and Museum, as well as a cultural tour of art galleries, Jackson Hole Airport tour and a tour called Teton Adventures which will include interviews of athletes in the area.

For more information and to download this free app TravelStorysGPS.com

 

Bear Watching - Grizzly Bear 610

by Teri McCarthy

Bear Watching - Grizzly Bear 610

Grizzly Bear 610, one of Grand Teton National Park’s most famous grizzly bears, recently separated from her three male cubs.  This separation is natural for grizzly bears, which are weaned around June of their third year.  Young boars set out to stake out their own territory, while young sows may stay near their mother for another year and share her home territory.  


Grizzly 610 has been preparing them for life on their own by taking the cubs on big looping tours of the parks, and two days before they separated she took them on one last trip hunting for food.  Grizzly 610’s mother, 399, did the same with her when she was a cub.  610 and her cubs have been spotted roaming apart from each other, but in the same area, since the split.

Wonderful video of Grizzly Bear 610 Spring 2013


In July of 2011, Grizzly photographers saw that the 2 grizzly bears, 610 and her mother 399, exchanged cubs, which had been tagged with different color ear tags and made the swap easily noticeable.  The swap is a rare occurrence but most likely takes place when a disturbing incident, such as an encounter with another bear, scatters the cubs and another mother steps in to take care of them.  It is believed that 399 had an altercation with a male grizzly and her daughter, 610, was able to better care for the cub because of her younger age.  

The bears are very comfortable in the area near the park roads, which allows tourists to see them and has made them so popular.  Tourists and locals will continue to enjoy watching and keeping up with these beautiful bears.    

 

Why You Might Want To Have Bear Spray In Your Kayak

by Teri McCarthy

Bear Encounter While Kayaking

I was writing about Bear 610 and her cubs when clients told me about their bear encounter while kayaking in Grand Teton Park this week. Here's their story.

kayaking in grand teton park

On vacation in Jackson Hole this week. Spent an afternoon kayaking on  the Snake River oxbows - calm water with wildlife sightings (moose,  eagles, otters, pelicans and other waterfowl) frequent. 

grizzly bear in grand teton national park 

This time, we  had a surprise. We were drifting through a slough 10 to 15 feet from  the shorelines when Karen said she saw a black bear. I readied the camera and as I drifted past, the bear raised his head ... not a black  bear but one of the grizzly adolescents that are in the area.

hi there grizzly bear

I  captured a few images as the bear came to the water's edge to check us  out. When the bear splashed the water, I splashed the water too - with  a few power strokes of the paddle to get clear.

Cheers,
John & Karen

Best Sources For Local News in Jackson Hole

by Teri McCarthy

Local News Sources in Jackson Hole, Wyoming

A visitor asked me recently "Where can I see the local news?  I've been unable to find a local TV news channel". 

Unfortunately there is no TV news channel in Jackson Hole. The closest TV news channels to Jackson, Wyoming are Local News 8 (ABC) in Pocatello, ID and KCWY 13 (NBC) in Casper, WY. 

If you have a computer, tablet or smartphone, the best sources for Jackson Hole local news and happenings can be found online. Here are the 4 major sources of news and information in Jackson Hole, including Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Park. Click on the images below to see more: 

Planet Jackson HolePlanetJH.com..................................................................

Jackson Hole Radio

 

                                                   

 

                                             .             . . . ....................................................JacksonHoleRadio.com

Jackson Hole News                                                                                                 JacksonHoleNews.com.....................................................

                                                     ......................................................JacksonHoleBuzz.com

Jackson Hole Buzz

Now Is The Best Time to See Wildlife Babies in Yellowstone

by Teri McCarthy

Springtime Wildlife in Yellowstone National Park

Spring is a great time of year to visit Yellowstone National Park especially if you love to watch wildlife.  Crowds are few and wildlife are roaming Grizzly Bear and Cub in Yellowstone Parkabout, many with their newborn babies. May is the best time of year to see bear cubs, elk and bison calves, and wolf pups. Spunky and frisky, these adorable babies amaze and delight but remember to keep your distance, as they are wild. Wild animals, especially females with their young, are unpredictable and dangerous. Remember to bring your binoculars or spotting scope.
 
The two best places to see wildlife in Yellowstone Park are Hayden Valley, between Canyon and Lake Area, and Lamar Valley. Here’s a guide to where in Yellowstone to find wildlife
 
Take a peak at wildlife you might see in the greater Yellowstone ecosystem including Grand Teton National Park and Jackson Hole, Wyoming. 
 
Wildlife of Spring in Yellowstone Video
 
If you prefer to let someone else do the driving, there are many tour companies that can show you where the wildlife are. Wildlife tour company listings below are provided by the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce.
 

 

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Whether you’re relocating to Jackson Hole, or want to buy a vacation home, primary residence, second home, resort property, condo, townhome, land, horse property, Teton view home, golf estate or ski-in/ski-out home, you’ll find all Jackson, Wilson, and Teton Village real estate listed for sale here. You need an advocate, a buyer's agent to represent your best interest, with confidentiality, Teri will you acquire a Jackson Hole property for your 1031 exchange, investment, second home or future retirement.  Take advantage of the many tax benefits of Wyoming residency. Already own a home in Jackson Hole?  Interested in knowing the value in today's market? Thinking about selling? Talk with Teri about creative marketing to attract qualified buyers for your home.  Teri McCarthy is the Broker/Owner of Jackson Wyoming Real Estate.  Teri holds the designations of ABR (Accredited Buyer Representative), CRS (Certified Residential Specialist) and RSPS (Resort and Second Home Specialist) matching buyers and sellers with Jackson Hole properties since 1989. All rights reserved 2015 Teri McCarthy Inc and Teri McCarthy, Realtor, ABR, CRS, RSPS.