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We as human beings have a primal desire to fall into groups. We marry, raise families, work in companies, go out with friends, join teams, and go to movie theaters. And sometimes, this desire to pack together not only has social and emotional benefits but logistical as well. It is much easier to move a planeful of people from one country to another than to individually ship them. And at Salt Lake Express, we offer charter bus rentals because we know your need for group transportation.
There are many ways to individually get from point A to point B. But when it comes to moving an entire team or another group of people, options become more limited. Say you’re a baseball team with not only a whole roster of players but a large amount of equipment. Or maybe you’re a church group and you need space for all the food to feed them. Very quickly, a well-intentioned work retreat can turn into a logistical nightmare.
This is where Salt Lake Express can show you what it’s really made of. Just how can we help you transport your group, and whom do we serve? That is what we hope to address.
We offer charter bus rentals.
Salt Lake Express is a time-honored shuttle service serving over 100 stops throughout the intermountain west. Spanning from Montana all the way down to Nevada, our route includes numerous popular destinations like Yellowstone, Zion’s National Park, Sun Valley, and Las Vegas. With this blessing of serving such areas comes an inherent responsibility. Millions of people visit these and other spots annually, and most come from outside the region. We are committed to assisting them in their journey.
And more often than not, people make these trips as groups, not just individually. This where the issue of logistics returns. How do you comfortably move a large group of people when there is such limited space, and high demand? The answer lies in charter bus rentals.
With four different bus models in our fleet, we are well-equipped from the beginning to customize your trip to your needs. If you are traveling a longer distance, you can specify that you require a restroom on the bus. Thankfully, each of our buses comes with heating and air conditioning so no matter the weather, you can still comfortable on the bus. Each bus, regardless of the model, also comes with overhead storage and reclining, high-back seats.
Convenience and specific requests come at no extra cost — just identify what you need and we’ll take care of it.
We offer group transportation.
We and our drivers take group transportation very seriously. The overall success of your trip — and the determinant of future trips like it — largely depends on having the right travel accommodations.
Is everyone comfortable? Is the bus traveling at a safe speed? Have we been living up to the promises we made? These are the questions our drivers ask themselves. We want you to not only be safe and comfortable but to have an overwhelmingly positive charter bus experience.
No matter the group, we provide transportation at an unbeatable group price. Here are just a few of the different groups we provide charter bus rentals for.
We’re coming into the baseball season, which means you’ll need to get your team to state and regional championships in a couple months. But no matter the sport, regardless of the season, we are dedicated to getting you, your team, and your equipment there safely. Our charter bus drivers also sometimes even get into the team spirit and cheer the team on.
From field trips to competitions, Salt Lake Express also works with high schools, colleges, and universities. Take your school group on your next educational outing through one of our charter bus rentals.
Taking the office on a corporate retreat? Hoping to dress potential future VPs? Take everyone to that placid lake all together on the same bus. Our Gretsch Freightline M2 GM40 is well-equipped for corporate group transportation. With Salt Lake Express’ motto — “Executive Service. Always” — you know on whom you can depend.
Don’t leave us to define your reason for renting a charter bus from Salt Lake Express…no matter your special event, convention, what-have-you, we are here to serve you and your needs. When receiving a quote for your charter, let us know how we can make your experience an unforgettable one.
We offer the best prices.
Renting a charter bus for group transportation can be expensive. It makes sense; for one rate, you’re moving a large group of people and shuttle companies need to beat their margins.
We understand the logistical need for a charter, however, and we also understand that budget is the first thing on a customer’s mind. If you wish to rent a charter through Salt Lake Express, we will give you a quote and do our best to work within your budget.
In our human desire to be and travel in groups, Salt Lake Express is making it easier to do so with our charter bus rental services.
Whether you are chartering for group transportation for work, school, sports or something else, we take your trip seriously. And with four different models of bus to choose from and several amenities to include, you can start planning your customized charter trip today.
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When you think of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, you probably think of winter skiing, elk antlers at the Town Square, Grand Teton National Park, and whitewater river rafting. The last thing that probably came to mind are places to dine and eat at. While it is true that Jackson Hole is more famous for these other activities, the town does have some great restaurants to eat at.
Below is a list of five of the best restaurants in Jackson Hole. Some of them are new and not as well known while others are more familiar. Each one offers a variety of different dishes so be adventurous and enjoy.
Gather is an American restaurant a block from Town Square and offers a casual, low key dining experience. The diner is family-friendly, has weekly happy hour specials, and a bar. It is also late on the weekends, which is always a plus.
Bin22 came to Jackson as a result of owner Sommelier Gavin Fine visiting Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich’s EATALY in New York City. After visiting this restaurant and trying to bring a bit of Europe to Jackson Hole, Sommelier decided to start Bin22. The restaurant offers visitors with a small wine shop and grocer experience besides the restaurant. The restaurant features small European plates, wines, and craft beers. serves European style plates, wines, and draft craft beers.
Trio An American Bistro
Trio An American Bistro was voted as one of Jackson Hole’s hottest restaurants in 2008. It is located just off of Town Square and is owned and operated by two local chefs. The restaurant serves both seasonal and nightly specials. You can also order a specialty cocktail and watch the chefs perform in an open kitchen.
Liberty Burger is a new restaurant just off Town Square as well. The restaurant is all about chuck, brisket, and tenderloin. Their menu offers burgers served with ham and hash browns to tuna and lamb. Liberty Burger also offers amazing milkshakes and beer.
Bubba’s Bar-B-Que Restaurant
Bubba’s Bar-B0Que has been a Jackson Hole favorite for decades. It has hearty country style breakfasts, and satisfying lunches. Dinner is also amazing and offers BBQ platters, steaks, burgers, large salad bar, and delectable desserts. Plus they’re always adding new items to their menu, and offering daily specials.
Jackson Hole is a town in the valley of Wyoming with an estimated population of 10,500. The town gained a significant amount of fame in 2016 when a livestream of Town Square went viral on YouTube. This lead to much fascination with the town’s elk antler arches, ski resorts, and nearby national parks.
Jackson Hole is also known as a part-time home to famous actor Harrison Ford. He lives on an 800-acre ranch in Jackson with approximately half of which he has donated as a nature reserve.
So with all of this recent hype, is Jackson really as great as people say it it is? And what is there to do in this small valley town? The answer to this question is yes! Every year hundreds of thousands of people visit Jackson, Wyoming to see the elk refuge, raft the snake river, visit Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, and so much more.
As a former local to the Jackson Hole area, here is a guide to the top five things you’ll want to do while in Jackson (the elk refuge would have been in the top five if it weren’t summertime):
Town Square – Antler Arches of Jackson
Town Square is the centerpiece of Jackson. It is framed by four elk antler arches (made from hundred of elk antlers) and is surrounded by great dining, bars, gift shops, and art photo galleries. It is located across from the famous Million Dollar Cowboy bar which was featured in a number of western Hollywood movies. Town Square is also close to the recreation center that features a gymnasium, lap pool, water slide, and kid pool.
Grand Teton National Park
Grand Teton National Park is located in northwestern Wyoming, about five miles from Jackson Hole. From the south side of the park, the park is only 10 miles from Yellowstone National Park. Grand Teton National Park encompasses about 310,000 acres and includes a 40 mile long stretch of the Teton mountains.
The mountains are definitely the main feature of the park, but there are plenty of other great things to do as well. Activities range from fly fishing to wildlife tours to boat excursions on Jenny Lake.
River Rafting & Tubing
Jackson Hole is also in the perfect location to offer amazing whitewater rafting and float trips. There are many different rafting companies near Jackson that have professionally trained guides to make your experience unforgettable. The river offers calm waters for relaxation as well as large rapids to give you a wild thrilling ride.
Snow King Mountain Resort
Snow King Mountain Resort is a ski hill located in the southeast corner of Jackson Hole. It was originally founded in 1939 and was the first ski area in Wyoming. Besides being used as a winter ski hill, it is also used for summertime activities. Summertime activities include the newly installed cowboy coaster, mini golf, zip lines, climbing walls, and a scenic chair lift ride. There’s also great biking and hiking trails that go all over the mountain.
Jackson Hole Museums
Just like any town or city, there is a museum. Jackson is unique in the fact that it has four traditional museums and 10 additional galleries or goldsmiths museums. All of the museums are great to see, but if you have limited time you’ll definitely want to visit the Jackson Hole Museum and National Museum of Wildlife.
Jackson Hole has so much more to offer, but this is a great start to some of the main things to do.