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Scenic lake view of Cody/Yellowstone Country with rolling hills and mountains in the distance
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Mountain View Resort Ski & Stay

Offered by: Mountain View Resort & Lodge
Address: 2776 North Fork Highway, Cody, Wyoming 82414
Phone Number: (307)587-5957


The Mountain View Lodge & Resort located on US HWY 14,16, & 20 west of Cody WY just 24 miles from Sleeping Giant Ski Area, is offering a Stay & Play package stay six nights and get the seventh night free.. Enjoy discounted 2021/2022 winter rates: queens from $109 per night/dbl occupancy, $124 per night/quad, $185 per night/family unit (excludes taxes and fees)  Also ask about multi-night discounts, and/or Ski & Stay deals with discounts on lift tickets.  Open Year around Call 307-587-5957 or email [email protected] for details.

The Resort can sleep from 2 to 28, all units have private tub shower baths and fully furnished kitchenettes. These units can be rented together or individually. The lodge itself features 3 guest suites  one unit with three queens, one in a separate alcove, a large dining table that seats 12, a separate kitchen with additional table with seating, breakfast bar, washer-dryer and an incredible patio area. All guests enjoy TV, WIFI and cell phone reception. 5 star Dining available within minutes both summer and winter check for hours

Nordic- Cross Country Skiing and Snowshoeing

Enjoy a true western experience surrounded by mountains and wildlife, some great skiing both Alpine Downhill & Nordic Cross-Country and snowshoeing with miles of groomed ski and snowshoe trails waiting for you. at Sleeping Giant Ski Area  and/or at Pahaska  just 2 miles East of Yellowstone National Park

Rentals for skis and snowshoes available at Sleeping Giant Ski Area or Sunlight Sports  in Cody.

Snowmobile Tours  

Also available are Snowmobile tours into Yellowstone National Park, reservations required with licensed Yellowstone Park Outfitter Gary Fales Outfitting  right next door.

Wildlife Tours

If you are not a skier who can enjoy some of the “Best Skiing in America” you can still enjoy the drive up the North Fork of the Shoshone  River on Buffalo Bills Scenic Byway US Highway 14, 16, & 20  well maintained by WYDOT  as far as Pahaska just 2 miles from the East Entrance of Yellowstone. Look for the Bison Bulls along the route inside the Shoshone National Forest, Wolves, hundreds of Elk, numerous Big Horn Sheep, White Tail and Mule Deer an occasional Moose, Bald and Golden Eagles, through the month of May and yes starting mid March for the bears both Grizzly and Black that come out of hibernation, there are five other Wildlife Drives and even watching wild horses available to winter vacationers and spring visitors.

Soak and Play

Take a fun day trip to the world-famous mineral hot springs in Thermopolis Wyoming for a therapeutic soak and swim.  on the way stop in Meeteetse Wyoming, and visit the world renowned Meeteetse Chocolatier -Artisan Chocolates  and taste the delicacies of fine chocolate and just a few doors down is the Meeteetse Museums  where the History of the areas past is well displayed from Outlaws to Indians, the black footed ferret  to early ranching, with ranches like the Pitchfork where James Michener came to do research for his book Centinel that depicted the history of the west from prehistoric to modern times, it also was developed into a 12-episode American television miniseries  while in Meeteetse partake of one of the fine eateries.


The Big Horn Hot Springs State Reserve became Wyoming’s first state park in 1897 and quickly became a popular destination for tourists and those seeking healing in the therapeutic mineral hot springs. As part of the original agreement with the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho tribes, who sold the land to the federal government, access to the mineral hot springs would remain free. Today, the Hot Springs State Park honors that treaty. A free bath house is open to the public year-round and the water is maintained at 104 degrees for therapeutic bathing.

Sleeping Giant Ski Area

Sleeping Giant Ski Area

Just 44 miles west of Cody. No Mountain Passes or Mountain Access Roads, Simply drive all weather US Highway 14, 16, & 20 well maintained by WYDOT right into the Ski Area Parking Lot.

Sleeping Giant Ski Area offers over 800 feet of vertical serviced by two chair lifts and one surface lift.

Mountain View Lodge & Resort Stay & Play

*Offer expires May 1, 2022
Mountain View Resort Ski & Stay
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