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From snowed-in adventures or midsummer escapades, Jackson Hole Valley never ceases to inspire no matter the season. A pioneering region of nature conservation efforts, Wyoming's glorious alpine ecosystems and savage beauty remain unspoiled, attracting record numbers of luxury travelers in recent years. Jackson Hole's supernatural landscapes offer the ultimate background for exhilarating tailor-made experiences. Whether heli-skiing, fishing, rafting, glamping, or getting up close and personal with some apex predators, the Teton Rockies are an unmatched playground for unforgettable journeys. Rekindling the eternal Americana spirit of adventure, Jackson Hole reconciles rag-tag cowboy charm with a robust five-star infrastructure sure to please the most discerning clientele.
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Most people know this area in Wyoming simply as Jackson Hole, referring to the pioneer days. Trappers used the valley as a winter home to escape the bleak and barren peaks of the Grand Tetons. Today, those same peaks are sought out as refined recreational destinations for the desirable combination of great skiing and genuine country amenities. Each of the three area ski resorts offers something different, but all promise plenty of amazing skiing/snowboarding and extra activities, too! Whether you are looking for steeps, chutes, groomers, or secret powder caches; whether you snowboard, cross country, alpine, or telemark ski;, Jackson Hole Wyoming ski resorts offer experiences for every snow sports enthusiast. Whether you want the convenience of “walking distance” skiing, some of the most challenging slopes in America, or a no-frills, laid-back atmosphere, you can find it here.
Grand Targhee Resort is a year-round destination on the western slopes of the Teton Mountains in the Caribou-Targhee National Forest, just a beautiful one-hour drive from Jackson Hole. A hidden skier and snowboarders’ paradise, Grand Targhee Resort offers 2,602 skiable acres and Wyoming’s only cat-skiing. The resort boasts spectacular scenery combined with great snow and a laid-back atmosphere. The ski area is a paradise for powder lovers and home to an excellent trail system full of diverse and exciting terrain for all skiing abilities.
Teton Village, or just “The Village,” with its distinct pioneer feel, is a small town that surrounds the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR). Come winter, the resort is a paradise for skiers, especially those at the upper end of the skill spectrum. Between the daunting summit of 10,450 feet and the base of 6,311 feet, some of the finest skiing in North America happens. Ninety percent of the 133 runs are intermediate or expert! Not only is the area adored by skiers and snowboarders, but it shouldn’t be ruled out as a summer destination too! The village is one of the most scenic and popular four-season recreation areas in the US. Ride the Jackson Hole Aerial Tram for an incredible view of the Tetons, valley, and surrounding mountain ranges. Local activities are at your fingertips - hiking trails, horseback riding, golf, hot air balloon rides, hunting, and float trips!
Jackson Hole is a magnificent western-style town between the true wilderness of Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. This small town has a unique history shaped by original settlers in the area in the past 120 years. This spectacular town is nestled between several merging, large mountain ranges at a base elevation of slightly more than 6,000 feet. Boardwalks around the downtown area have been maintained to preserve its western character. The town’s recognizable landmark is the unique square with elk antler arches on each corner. The town's recognizable landmark is unique and a bit campy square with elk antler arches on each corner. Wyoming’s unspoiled wilderness, elite luxury and quintessential Old-west charm convene in the state’s most spectacular luxury vacation home, the Antelope Trails Ranch. Claiming sixty-seven acres of spellbinding grounds along the banks of Snake River, yet within twenty minutes of downtown Jackson, Antelope Trails Ranch embodies the pinnacle of Rocky Mountain luxury living.
Wilson is a charming little hamlet, a historic town where warm hospitality and numerous activities make it a must-visit destination. The town was founded in 1899 by Nick Wilson, one of Wyoming’s first Pony Express couriers. It is just seven miles from the Town Square and nine miles from Teton Village, home of JHMR and world-famous alpine skiing. There are two beautiful drives to the north and south of Wilson's: Fish Creek Road and Fall Creek Road, allowing you to see another side of the town: riparian habitat, meandering streams, ranches, and lush mountain views. In Wilson, the sleepy side of the valley also proves to be one of the most charming.
Nestled at the base of Snow King Mountain and conveniently located not far from Town Square, showcasing Jackson's famous antler arches, Snow King Resort boasts a location unlike any other Jackson Hole resort. It is nine miles from Jackson Hole airport and within minutes from Grand Teton National Park. With plenty of adventures to be found, Snow King aka 'Town Hill" is also the oldest ski resort in Wyoming. From the base elevation of 6,237 feet, the three lifts give you access to the 32 runs and two terrain parks spread out over 400 skiable acres. If you’re looking for more things to do than just skiing and snowboarding, the only night skiing in the area is in the Snow King Resort, as is ”King Tubes” — their snow tubing park, as well as a roller coaster — The Winter Cowboy Coaster with almost one mile of twists and turns. It will take you right past skiers and snowboarders as you descend the equivalent of a 45-story building.
With seemingly endless backcountry access, it is easy to work up an appetite at JHMR. Whether you’re in the mood for steak, seafood, or a fresh salad, you can satisfy your cravings at the best restaurants. You’ll find everything from romantic eateries to casual taverns, each offering a different culinary experience. Are you looking for an award-winning gourmet lunch or a quick ski-in, ski-out bite to eat? The following slides might help you navigate your way to the perfect meal, or you could simply help steer your taste buds toward the best culinary adventure in town.
Piste Mountain Bistro delivers a lively dining experience at the top of the Bridger Gondola. A cheery fire burns in the entryway, opening into a friendly bar scene with floor-to-ceiling windows that offer the best views of the mountain and the valley. The menu features American cuisine with Rocky Mountain roots, where locally-sourced ingredients enhance seasonal dishes. The outstanding food and ambiance are further elevated by excellent service. Enjoy a variety of savory options that will make you yearn for your next visit.
Teton Thai is an authentic, family-owned Thai restaurant in the Teton Village of JHMR. Al fresco dining on the restaurant's deck is atmospheric in warm weather. The stellar staff is attentive in presenting tasty curries, noodles, and other Thai classics to satisfy appetites of hungry skiers, snowboarders, and summer visitors. Try the roasted duck curry and cool down with spiked Thai tea.
Enjoy sweeping views of Teton Village and Rendezvous Peak, a dynamic, open kitchen, and a cozy setting at this inviting mountain steakhouse. Inspired by indigenous flavors and local traditions paired with casual elegance, the fine dining venue creates an inviting atmosphere reflecting Jackson Hole's historic western heritage. Enjoy house-made bread, charcuterie, and desserts to locally sourced meats and vegetables to entrees served with a choice of signature sauce. This upscale restaurant is a must-try. The charcuterie spread is a fine sampling, including smoked wild boar salami, buffalo jerky, and elk salami. When paired with farmstead cheese, the proper accouterments, and a glass of wine, it’s a stellar way to start a meal.
Il Villaggio Osteria is a vibrant, authentic Italian restaurant nestled at the base of the JHMR. The eatery – reminiscent of the comfortable, community-focused restaurants that pepper the Italian countryside – makes you feel like you’ve traveled to one of Italy’s hidden gems. Focusing on rustic flavors, including homemade pasta, wood-fired pizzas, salumi, seasonal salads, and wines, Il Villaggio Osteria serves Italian classics. A salumi bar, pizza oven, and cozy main dining room marry seamlessly to complement the authentic flavors of the expansive menu, while an outdoor fireplace warms during the sometimes chilly nights. Come for a quiet, relaxed lunch away from the crowds, or enjoy the bustling dining room for dinner.
Named for the zesty and versatile Japanese citrus fruit, Sudachi celebrates the best flavors and qualities of Japanese cuisine, driven by the desire to provide a world-class sushi experience in the small mountain town of Wilson near JHMR. Dishes, cocktails, and an environment have been created to honor the passion for freshness and sustainability. A carefully–crafted seasonal menu features the edomae ( fish and rice: nigiri, sashimi, maki, and temaki) or the sosaku (creative; fish plus other ingredients to enhance flavors). On offer are many izakaya-style (Japanese pub) fried, pan-seared, and salad dishes, too.
The Calico continues its tradition as one of the most popular dining establishments in the valley. Founded in 1966, it shines as one of the oldest restaurants in town. This modern American-Italian restaurant is where both regulars and visitors delight in an amicable and pleasant atmosphere and great food – serving delicious entrees with an emphasis on fresh, housemade items and seasonal produce.
Looking out over the Snake River Valley and snow-capped peaks of the Tetons through floor-to-ceiling windows, Amangani’s redwood-paneled restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Specializing in local, sustainable ranch meats, fresh fish, and seasonal farm-to-table produce, the menu is the work of Executive Chef Manuel Fernandez, who combines global culinary influences with the finest regional ingredients, including caribou sausages, bison steaks, Idaho potatoes, and Utah honeycomb.
The Granary is an upscale casual restaurant in the heart of town, within the Spring Creek Ranch, 1,000 feet above the valley floor, boasting the most stunning views of the mountains in the valley. The Granary features western regional cuisine with exquisite local dishes, including regional fish, game, and an award-winning wine list. On certain evenings, catch the jazz trio in the upstairs lounge.
The Blue Lion is set in a charming historic house. The restaurant has been the town's favorite for some time, pleasing discerning diners with everything from the best rack of lamb to fresh fish served with full-flavored sauces and salsas. Each evening, talented chefs create incredible nightly specials including crab cream cheese stuffed mushrooms, freshly made Caesar salad, elk tenderloin, and fresh Idaho rainbow trout. Delicious homemade desserts or the Blue Lion’s long-standing regulars are mud pie, Tiramisu, or Russian cream. Enjoy indoor and outdoor deck seating in the summer and live music most nights.
The newest restaurant by the Fine Dining Restaurant Group, The Bistro, brings casual yet refined French-American bistro cuisine and an expansive raw bar to the town square. The Bistro presents Parisian brasserie-style dining all inside The Cloudveil hotel. With outdoor café dining, a stunning zinc bar, a fresh oyster bar, and a variety of dynamic dining areas, The Bistro’s modern, comfortable atmosphere brings seasonal, beautifully prepared, and presented dishes to life. An inspired cocktail menu, an exciting wine list, and The Bistro’s attentive, thoughtful culinary guides offer a truly multi-faceted dining experience from start to finish.
This Italian trattoria focuses on handmade pasta and wood-fired cooking with expertly crafted cocktails and a value-oriented cellar of incredible Italian wines. The design reflects a well-prepared menu without bells and whistles. Glorietta is a balanced mix of warm, naturally-finished materials with simple tile surrounding a sizable wood-burning grill in the middle of the restaurant, creating a tasteful but casual and pleasing space. When possible, the menu folds in local ingredients to create curiously delicious meals, all while paying homage to Italy.
The beautiful and elegant architecture of the building mirrors the contemporary concepts in the food, blending culinary artistry and inventive flavors. A fantastic artisanal cocktail program, diverse wine list, and contemporary atmosphere complement modern American cuisine with Asian influences. Favorites include fresh seafood Crudo and seasonal meat and game. Presentation is clean, simple, natural, and uncomplicated. Enjoy a large outdoor terrace during the long summer nights or warm up in the cozy main dining room in winter.
Local is a modern American steakhouse and bar in the town square. The menu features both classic and specialty cuts of locally-ranched meats and game alongside fresh seafood, shellfish, house-ground burgers, and seasonally-inspired food. Owned and operated by chef Will Bradof of Trio: An American Bistro and his wife, Jennifer, Local also features an extensive wine list and an abundance of locally-sourced products. The restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a burger for lunch or to have drinks and dinner with friends.
Settled on King Street in downtown Jackson, this log cabin is decorated with fish-inspired art and serves pressed sushi, specialty sashimi, and creative house rolls like the JuJu, with green apple, avocado, hamachi, and smoked sea salt. King Sushi proves you can still have some excellent raw fish even in a mountain town! It’s a great place to cozy up on date night.
When it comes to great restaurants, the Snake River Grill stands out from the rest. Celebrating nearly 30 years in the town square, Snake River Grill is still the locals’ favorite fine dining experience. This restaurant has views of Snow King Mountain. The décor includes three-dimensional paintings on the ceiling, booths of tapestry and leather, and a double fireplace of moss-rock and log walls. Seasonal creations and artistic delights may include seared venison carpaccio, Australian sea bass, and tender steak. Enjoy a delectable new American cuisine in the rustic-elegant dining room, sip delicious signature cocktails at the intimate bar, or both. The choice is yours.
The White Buffalo Club lends a subterranean speakeasy atmosphere for you to enjoy a discrete glass of wine while nuzzled in one of the popular corner booths. Sixteen dining tables surround a luminescent bar serving anything from a locally-brewed cold beer to an excellently executed whiskey sour. The White Buffalo Club also boasts 1,100 bottles of vintage wines. Invigorate your palate with savory USDA Prime steaks, fresh market seafood, and the menu highlighting seasonal selections using locally sourced ingredients. From intimate dinners to festive events, a night at the White Buffalo Club is guaranteed to be memorable.
Open since 2005, Trio has been owned and operated by two local chefs with a flair for innovation. Serving modern American cuisine in a relaxed bistro atmosphere, Trio has been a local favorite for over a decade. Come in and enjoy a specialty cocktail in front of the wood-fired oven as chefs perform in an open kitchen.
The unique, breathtaking natural landscape, wildlife, and open space surrounding the greater Jackson area create a magnetic sense of inspiration, attracting numerous artists and art collectors who have turned Jackson Hole into an idiosyncratic cultural center. Photographers are drawn to Jackson's jagged and unique landscapes, while the mountains provide striking backdrops for live music festivals. Ranked among the top five art markets in the country, Jackson Hole is home to a world-class symphony, community theaters, renowned museums, performing arts companies, and various arts and film festivals. Whether you want to be inspired, browse or buy, Jackson has over twenty galleries in the town where all art mediums are treasured.
With a collection of more than 5,000 cataloged works of art, this museum strives to strengthen humanity's relationship with nature through its collections, exhibitions, research, educational programs, and publications. The museum includes work by artists such as Georgia O’Keeffe, Andy Warhol, and Robert Kuhn, holding more than 5,000 years of history. The beautiful building housing the museum is on a butte overlooking the 20,000-acre National Elk Refuge and is en route to Grand Teton National and Yellowstone National Parks. You'll stand face-to-face with lifesize sculptures on the museum’s outdoor trail, taking in vistas of the National Elk Refuge, and experience the wildlife of the world through the art of all mediums in the curated collection and exhibits.
Troll like a local and visit “Mama Mimi” at Rendezvous Park. Thomas Dambo, Danish artist and recycling activist, led a team of workers to build a wonder in R Park in Jackson Hole for all the enjoy. A giant troll emerges from the banks of Rendezvous Park’s (R Park) pond to engage and delight all who visit. The troll – officially named “Mama Mimi” – was built by the artist, produced by Jackson Hole Public Art, and hosted at Jackson Hole Land Trust’s community conservation property, R Park. The “Mama Mimi” installation was created from locally sourced recycled and renewable materials. “Mama Mimi” is the 80th addition to the larger family of trolls scattered throughout the United States and the world. You can learn how these “art trolls” are interconnected in Dambo’s global fairytale, “The Great Story of the Little People,” at trollmap.com.
Wilcox Gallery is not one but two fine art galleries representing 50 of the most well-known artists in western art with more than 6,000 square feet of fine art on display, established in 1969, The gallery is the home and bears the name of the renowned landscape painter, Jim Wilcox. He opened his first gallery more than half a century ago to showcase his work and that of kindred artists, those who focus on the traditional landscapes and wildlife of Wyoming and the rest of the outdoor world. An innovative and extensive collection with a serene atmosphere sets this gallery apart. A trip to either of the Wilcox Galleries gives people a chance to see views of the Tetons and Yellowstone National Park, bear and moose, American Indians, and a variety of other typically Western scenes.
Tayloe Piggott Gallery defines its artistic program through the work of modern and contemporary artists and world-class jewelry designers. Specializing in modern and contemporary art, Tayloe Piggott Gallery expresses a sharp appreciation for exceptional aesthetic vision. The gallery showcases sophisticated, unique artworks in a modern setting. Mindful and thought-provoking, Tayloe Piggott Gallery aims to enrich cultural dialogue by bringing remarkable artists into a flourishing arts community. From first-time buyers to seasoned collectors, the gallery assists a wide range of clients with the intricacies of collecting contemporary art. Tayloe Piggott Gallery serves as an important cultural touchstone within the western region.
Located one block from Town Square, Horizon Fine Art Gallery showcases the finest in western art, as well as Contemporary and International art, portraying all facets of the west and beyond. At Horizon Fine Art Gallery, you’ll find paintings, photography, and art depicting breathtaking scenes of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks and its diverse wildlife of bears, buffalo, moose, and more, as well as landscapes and scenes from around the world. The gallery features both well-known and emerging artists whose mediums include painting, sculpture, ceramics, wood carving, jewelry, and more. You are invited to marvel at the beauty and vision of represented artists and to take a little bit of that vision home with you.
Jackson Hole Public Art places temporary and permanent artworks and produces community-minded, artist-driven projects for public spaces. In 2019 the valley was named the number-one small arts community in the nation. While the valley has had art galleries since the 1960s and the National Museum of Wildlife Art since 1987, its public art is an equally important part of the art scene. Many large- and small-scale pieces, abstract and realistic, temporary and permanent live throughout the valley. Public art invigorates and transforms, welcoming locals and visitors to a collective experience that builds rapport.
After a day full of wildlife spotting, skiing, or exploring the majestic Tetons, there’s no better way to unwind than experiencing the Jackson Hole aprés scene and nightlife! The cocktail scene in Teton Village is alive and strong, with several options for a tired hiker, biker, or skier from which to choose. Whether you’re searching for the most popular aprés ski spots or want to dance the night away with your special someone, here are several local favorites:
The Mangy Moose Restaurant and Saloon showcases an eclectic vibe and locally sourced, seasonally fresh food. Since 1967, the Mangy Moose has continued to be a must-stop for anyone visiting the town. Known for live music, good eats, and being the best place to let loose after a day on the mountain, the Moose quickly became THE spot. The Moose has been a premiere live music venue since it opened 50 years ago. The stage has hosted rock gods and local legends and boasted a jam-packed schedule of shows each season.
One of the most popular restaurants, The Handle Bar is an American pub and beer hall with a wide selection of national and international beers, whiskeys, and provisions. It is the ideal spot for hungry skiers and travelers. Set inside the Four Seasons Hotel in Teton Village, you will discover why it’s a favorite apres ski venue once you step inside.
Inside the Teton Mountain Lodge & Spa hides The Spur, a bar that welcomes guests with a dedicated team, offering an unmatched experience in a vibrant atmosphere. It has been named "The Place to Après,” by SKI magazine and is a local hot spot any day of the week. Enjoy its heated, covered patio or relax inside by the fire and enjoy one of several local brews on tap or a signature cocktail from Spur's amazing mixologists.
With its rugged sandstone columns, redwood paneling, and panoramic views over the snowfields, the Zinc Bar is an intimate and atmospheric aprés ski destination. Locally brewed beer and spirits distilled in the area are highlights of the drinks menu, and the bar team is renowned for their seasonal creative cocktails, such as the huckleberry martini and the spicy hibiscus margarita.
The historic Cowboy Bar with the iconic neon cowboy on the roof is a must-stop. Wyoming's landmark watering hole, The Million Dollar Cowboy Bar, is in the town square. The Million Dollar Cowboy Bar is a unique Western drinking and entertainment venue established in 1937. True to its name, this bar is no ordinary one. The museum-like space is covered from floor to ceiling in genuine cowboy memorabilia, from wildlife mounts to cowboy murals, original wrangling equipment, knobbled-pine details, and genuine saddle barstools. The bar is internationally famous for its country-western line dancing and live entertainment. World-renowned musicians like Waylon Jennings, Hank Williams Jr., Glen Campbell, and even Willie Nelson have graced the stage. Few places in the world can compete with the authentic experience at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar.
This unique venue – a swanky New York-style cocktail lounge that meets Southern ski bum, opened in 2012. The idea of a craft cocktail bar was to bring a taste of a city different from the current nightlife offerings to Jackson. New hip restaurants were opening, and the town needed a bar to match it. The Rose was the first craft cocktail bar attached to a music venue in the country. The quality of cocktails has remained up par while the bar has become a local spot to experience local culture and events. If you’re looking for fun culture and exceptional cocktails, the Rose is your go-to destination.
Snake River is Wyoming’s oldest and largest craft beer brewery. It prides itself on crafting world-class beers to match the world-class scenery that surrounds it. A magnet for many awards at national and international competitions, Snake River makes a bevy of tasty brews. Located less than a half mile from Town Square in a concrete, steel, and glass building, this large, bright two-story venue enjoys a remodeled interior putting diners and imbibers right in the middle of the brewing experience with a monumental copper mash tun taking center stage.
The Roadhouse Brewing Co. was founded in 2012 by Homebrewer/Entrepreneur Colby Cox and noted Chef/Restaurateur Gavin Fine over a passion for craft beer and craft cuisine. It said of the Roadhouse Brewing Co. that it “captures the soul of Jackson Hole in every beer they produce.” In 2017, Roadhouse Brewing Company expanded into its current state-of-the-art brewing facility, located just outside the downtown core. They also recently opened a new restaurant – Roadhouse Pub & Eatery, showcasing the brewery’s flagship beers paired with locally-sourced, seasonal gastropub cuisine.
The Silver Dollar Showroom is Jackson's premier downtown music venue in the Wort Hotel. Inside, the Silver Dollar Bar features local and regional bands. The venue has streetside windows, perfect for people watching downtown, and a great menu of signature items like burgers and elk gyros, plus a large wine list and unique cocktails. Enjoyed by locals, visitors, cowboys, politicians, and millionaires, you are invited to make your mark in the history of the famous Silver Dollar Bar.
For a low-key night on the town in true Wild West fashion, visit the historic Jackson Hole Playhouse, Wyoming’s longest-running professional dinner theater! This iconic venue was initially built in 1915 and has been transformed many times over the years. It wasn’t until 1948 that the theater was converted into what it is today – an area landmark that brings people together through art, food, and laughter.
Bin 22 has a little bit of everything: an equal parts restaurant, bar, wine shop, and specialty grocer. It is a multi-faceted culinary space that brings Spanish-inspired flavors served tapas-style — house-pulled mozzarella, confit piquillo peppers, and patatas bravas at high communal tables. Enjoy a glass of wine recommended by their expert wait staff, or grab any bottle from the shop to drink with dinner. The sophisticated energy of New York City and the rustic elegance of the Italian countryside make Bin22 a hidden gem. No matter what brings you in, Bin22 offers a contemporary take on an old-world culinary experience. If you’re hungry, be sure to try a local favorite, like the wild mushroom mozzarella, Spanish salad, or charred octopus.
Whether you encounter an exhilarating landscape of a mountainous destination on foot, skis, snow shoes, or a helicopter, prepare to turn your wildest imagination into an exquisite reality. Distinctive and remarkably singular experiences bathed in luxury provide ingredients for joie de vivre and create everlasting memories. Explore the peaceful wilderness of the alpine environment and pristine snow away from the busy slopes. You will discover the sheer joy of experiencing nature-imbued adventures extraordinaire.
One of the unique experiences in JHMR is the opportunity to have Olympic medalist Tommy Moe as a ski guide and special ambassador on the mountain. Get a glimpse of what life is like at 80 miles per hour on skis! Relying on his incredible Olympic insight, Moe leads private groups on a personal tour of the mountain, including his favorite stashes. The opportunity is open to intermediate to expert skiers only.
Shoot the black powder in ideal conditions under devoted professionals' watchful instruction and supervision. The Jackson Hole Shooting Experience is lauded as one of the most beloved afternoon activities. With an incomparable arsenal of weaponry to choose from, guests are offered a rare opportunity to shoot from exceptionally high-powered machinery in a safe, educative and controlled environment. You can choose from a range of experiences that reconnect busy families. From multi-gun experiences to honing your (extreme) long-range rifle, shotgun, or pistol skills, all experiences are custom-tailored to meet your unique needs and desires. It is perfect for novice and experienced shooters of all ages. Get into the western frontier spirit and discover the exhilaration of responsibly handling firearms.
Goat yoga is the perfect way to spend time with nature and animals while lifting the spirit. This one-of-a-kind yoga experience is based on the beautiful Willow Bend Ranch, only 20 minutes south of the town of Jackson. With stunning views of Beaver Mountain and 35 acres of green pasture, you will relax with yoga and loving, energetic pygmy goats. If you are nervous about bringing animals into the mix, rest assured. Goats are super friendly — they love interacting with people. Sometimes they come up to you, nuzzle you, or jump up on you. They also like to go under you during your down dog and through your legs during warrior, and other standing poses. It is a peculiar and, frankly, a feel-good hormone-inducing activity you should try. JHGY is an hour-long, family-friendly class – morning classes include complimentary mimosas and evening complimentary wine. Yoga mats and water are provided.
Jackson Hole Winery was founded in 2009 when Anthony Schroth, a winemaker based in both California and Wyoming, came up with the maverick concept — to explore the benefits of making wine at high altitudes. Jackson Hole Winery sits at the base of the Grand Teton Range at 6,229 feet and is one of the highest-altitude wineries in North America. Today, the winery produces about 4,000 cases of wine made from premium grapes grown by the winemaker Anthony Schroth in Sonoma County, California. Upon harvest, the grapes are transported immediately to Jackson Hole, where they are crushed, fermented, pressed into the wine, and left to barrel age. The cool alpine air slows fermentation and aging, cultivating distinctive personality and potent aromatics, resulting in award-winning wines with 18% less oxygen. Tasting tours are by appointment only.
World-class terrain lies just outside the boundaries of JHMR. Skiers and riders from far and wide yearn to explore this visually striking, accessible landscape. JHMR expert backcountry guides cultivate a safe and joyful learning environment, giving you the confidence and knowledge to exceed the boundaries of what you thought was possible on snow.
One of the things that makes Grand Targhee stand out is its cat skiing. On Peaked Mountain, they have more than 600 acres set aside for it. Each of the two snowcats has room for ten passengers. You can grab an individual seat, or you and nine friends can book a cat to yourselves and enjoy the open bowls and steep tree pitches to your heart’s content. Don't miss one of the greatest thrills in North America and the best cat skiing in Wyoming.
Helicopter ski the five mountain ranges surrounding Jackson Hole with Wyoming's premier Heli-Skiing company. If small groups, personalized service, and untracked powder snow are your thing, you are sure to love this experience. Let High Mountain Heli-Skiing show you the adventure. Take your Alpine adventure to vertiginous heights with a tailor-made heli-skiing experience. Discover the farthest reaches and savage beauty of the backcountry for the adventure of a lifetime. A powderhounds’ dream come true, the Teton Peaks claim an average of 500 feet of the world's best snow, offering an unmatched canvas for skiers to make their marks. A fantastic opportunity awaits the intermediate or weathered skier bringing adventurers bringing guests a dazzling 15,000 feet in elevation before reaching an uncharted destination.
Jackson Hole boasts an impressive wellness community, including western Wyoming's only therapeutic floating center. While you partake in all the adventures the resort offers, consider taking a mini-vacation from your action-packed holiday! Relax and rejuvenate by indulging in the most luxurious treatments, such as “tank flotation”-Restricted Environmental Stimulation Therapy (REST), whole-body cryotherapy, full-spectrum infrared sauna, cold plunge, or Emsculpt Neo.
Going on vacation is fantastic, but you don't want to stay in the same place for your entire trip. The best remedy for that is to take a day trip. You can find some amazing places not far from where you've put down vacation roots, but that would really merit a visit. You can rent a luxury car and hit the road or have us arrange a private tour for you. Day trips can provide seeing more sights and experience more adventures!
America's first National Park is home to spellbinding natural beauty and incredible geological wonders that must be experienced to be believed. Must-visit sites include the Yellowstone Grand Canyon and Old Faithful, among a stunning array of colorful springs, mud pots, and awe-inspiring waterfalls. The dormant volcanic terrain of Yellowstone offers the highest concentration of geysers and hot springs than any other place in the world, claiming a miraculous 50% of the planet's hydrothermal features. Yellowstone offers an otherworldly backdrop for spectacular hikes, camping, fishing, and more.
Straddling five distinct mountain ranges on the continental divide, the beauty and vastness of Bridger-Teton National Forest never ceases to inspire. Adjacent to the Grand Teton, Yellowstone National Parks, and the National Elk Refuge, Bridger Teton is the third largest national forest outside Alaska. Replete with natural wonders, pristine watersheds, and abundant wildlife, these woods are an ode to the sublime. An unmatched natural landscape offers the ultimate playground for guided or free-form discovery, adventures, and escapes.
Grand Teton National Park spans a wondrous 126,000 hectares of enchanting alpine valleys, boundless mountain meadows, and crystalline lakes before the serrated peaks of a majestic mountain range. Guests are transported back in time to the furthest bounds of the American frontier, with spellbinding landscapes evoking epic legends of Indigenous tribes and early American explorers. A fascinating history and culture are condensed through robust park infrastructure not limited to ranger-led programs, visitor centers, and marked points of interest.
The National Elk Refuge was established in 1912 after Stephen Leek’s photography inspired public interest in preserving a part of the traditional winter range of the area's elk population.Today thousands of elk winter in the refuge just north of Jackson. Elk migrate out of the high meadows in the fall, usually after the first snowstorm. They stay in the refuge through the spring when food becomes more abundant.
The area around Jackson Hole is famous for its national parks and abundance of wild rivers. Other Incredible features of America’s west and its natural surroundings are numerous hot springs, including several in this area. There are also a few natural mineral pools near the Teton Pass in Idaho.
From rodeos to art festivals to Western culture to parades and live music, there is never a dull moment in Jackson Hole at any time of the year. There is a great chance of stumbling across annual favorites like the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival, Elk Fest, Winterfest, Jackson Hole Rodeo, and the Teton County Fair, depending upon when you visit.
Let the kids ring out the new year with the annual Glowworm parade! This fun and interactive activity will leave an impression on the little ones, with young participants parading glow sticks in hand. An enchanting neon glow produces a lovely spectacle at the base of Sweetwater Gondola before the subsequent torchlight festivities and crowning firework celebrations.
The Kings and Queens of **the Corbet's competitions_ _are some of the world's premier freeride competitions, attracting the most talented young skiers and snowboarders. The notoriously steep Corbet's Couloir delivers a fantastic venue for professionals to make international skiing history in a one-day no-holds-barred competition. Competitors are judged according to speed, innovation, and control, with maximum freedom allotted to each participant to wow spectators. A famed proving ground for decades, witness a new generation of royalty crowned as the 2023's King and Queen of the Corbet's!
The distinguished gourmand doesn't need to look further than the much-celebrated Jackson Hole Foot & Wine Winter Fest. Gearing up for its 5th edition this March, guests will be immersed in three days of degustations and pairings from the region's finest culinary masters, mixologists, and sommeliers. Starting with a caviar and champagne tasting and Macallan whisky showcase the following day, the festival culminates with the crowning wine dinner at 9,000 feet. known to satiate the most discerning palates. Lauded as one of the most highly anticipated gastronomic events, an unforgettable evening awaits, led by renowned guest Chef Sarah Grueneberg at the summit of Teton Village's Bridger gondola.
Each year, Jackson is abuzz with a unique energy marking the turning of the seasons and the start of the beloved Rendezvous Spring Festival. This two-day music festival in the heart of historic downtown hosts a spectacular roster of country and folk-styled artists that capture the wild Western spirit. The upcoming 2023 lineup will showcase the talents of chart-toppers The Revivalists, Grammy and Academy Award Winner Ryan, Bingham, and Elle King, among many others. Whether you're a devoted fan or merely passing through, Rendezvous Spring Festival brings out the very best of the community featuring plenty of celebrations and festivities.
Elkfest is a weekend of activities built around the world-famous Jackson Hole Boy Scout Elk Antler Auction. It is an exciting time for celebrating nature, outdoor skills, hunting, and ecological education and awareness. Every spring, thousands of elk wintering on the National Elk Refuge lose their antlers before they migrate to their summer range. The Boy Scouts assist the refuge with harvesting the shed antlers and auctioning them to bidders from around the world who make furniture, wall decorations, jewelry, and food products from them. This annual event, which includes the High Noon Chili Cook-Off and the Mountain Man Rendezvous kick-off, supports the National Elk Refuge, with a large portion of auction proceeds returning to habitat enhancement refuge projects.
Wild Walls is responsible for most of the colorful murals found in the downtown core. In late June, blank alley walls are transformed into an open-air gallery and its unique exhibition that runs through September. Local artists collaborate with science communities to create art that tells visual, ecological stories that become interactive using mobile devices. The murals have augmented-reality features that transform static images into live animations on current science from the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. This unusual art gallery is outside a traditional venue, making Wild Walls accessible to thousands of people daily.
Enjoy one of the town's unique experiences — the nightly Town Square Shootout! This more than 65-year-old tradition – a lively reenactment of frontier justice on Town Square – happens nightly, between 6-7 p.m., except Sundays, from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Presented by The Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce and produced by The Jackson Hole Playhouse, the shootout is reportedly the longest continually running gunfight in the United States, having begun in 1957. It’s estimated that more than four million people have witnessed the shootout through the years.
Rodeo has been a part of Jackson Hole’s cowboy culture since the first settlers arrived more than 100 years ago. Attending the Jackson Hole Rodeo is a favorite way to experience a tried and true Western tradition. Your vacation is not complete without experiencing the legendary rodeo. See authentic cowboys ride bucking broncos; testy, mighty bulls; barrel races, and calf roping – among other competitions – every Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday evening throughout the summer to Labor Day.
Classic music lovers find a welcome home in Jackson Hole with summer in full swing. The annual Grand Teton Music Festival lasts for seven weeks, from July to Mid-August, with visitors and residents treated to fantastic performances at the Teton Village concert hall and in glorious natural settings. Running for more than half a century, this is one of the west's most highly anticipated cultural events attracting the most promising classical musicians from all four corners of the globe. This beloved festival has established Jackson Hole as a fantastic travel destination and an internationally recognized musical hub.
The Jackson Hole Marathon races cover the best of the Jackson Hole Valley and finish at the base of the Teton Mountain Range in Teton Village. The Jackson Hole Marathon starts at the historic elk antler arches on Town Square and spends the first few miles winding past the National Elk Refuge and through neighborhoods before you are out of town and headed into the more rural areas or open spaces of Teton County. The course loops through the quaint-quirky town of Wilson, and then you’re heading north toward the Grand Teton and the Finish Line. You are in for a nice treat as you need to cross the Snake River and enjoy some of the best views of the day. If the altitude doesn’t take your breath away, the scenery certainly will!