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Romance in the Wilds of Wyoming

Brooks Lake Lodge offers an Empty Nesters Renewal package this summer



Photos courtesy of Brooks Lake Lodge

Tucked away in the wilds of Wyoming, Brooks Lake Lodge & Spa is the ideal retreat for lovers. Surrounded by Wyoming’s Shoshone National Forest, the remote and elegantly rustic resort pampers from the get-go, providing a getaway that includes everything from quiet respite to heart-pounding adventure.

The nearly 100-year-old historic guest ranch is near Jackson Hole, Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park, and sits at 9,200 feet above sea level, one mile from the North American Continental Divide, with views of the Pinnacle Buttes, Austin’s Peak and Brooks Mountain.

Surrounded by mountains, evergreen forests, wildlife and the alpine Brooks Lake, the exclusive, all-inclusive Wyoming Rocky Mountain resort offers five-star service, luxury accommodations and gourmet dining. The new separate spa facility was built with Western craftsman-style detailing to complement the historic lodge. A dude ranch by summer and ski and snowmobile haven in the winter, the lodge provides year-round activities for outdoor enthusiasts.

And in late summer, the Lodge & Spa is offering a new Empty Nesters Renewal package for empty nesters contemplating what to do with their newfound freedom. The package is offered Aug. 21 – Sept. 13, 2017, bringing it all together with option-packed activities from horseback riding, fishing, hiking and canoeing to fantastically curated gourmet meals and relaxing spa treatments. The discounted all-inclusive package is priced at $400 per person per night (double occupancy) and includes a specially priced spa treatment.

Learn more at brookslake.com

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