With so many options for how to best experience Jackson Hole, one of the hardest parts about planning your trip can be deciding what to do.
That’s why we did it for you. Explore curated itineraries for how to spend your days in Jackson Hole, authored by those who know Jackson best—the locals who have carved out a life here. After all, great destinations are also great places to live, making Jackson home to world-class athletes, active retirees, fun-seeking families, fifth-generation ranchers, and anyone seeking a life rooted in community and nature. Proof that in Jackson Hole, there’s something for everyone.
With the tacky dirt surface that trail riders dream of, fall is the perfect time to hit the trails.
It’s no secret that Jackson Hole is a haven for wildlife.
Leaf-peepers and wildlife enthusiasts alike will love autumn since it’s a perfect time for hiking, scenic drives, photography, and wildlife watching.
Teton Adaptive brings inclusion and accessibility to the outdoor industry.
What makes Jackson Hole special is what will continue to keep it special: a long-standing tradition of awe and respect for the outdoors.
Since the original settlers made their way to Jackson Hole, the wilderness and recreation areas haven’t changed much. And that’s exactly what locals and visitors love so much about the valley. But clean mountain air, vast open spaces where wildlife thrive, and streambeds filled with trout are only possible thanks to a concerted effort to keep them that way. We want you to ski our powder, fish our rivers, and run our trails—but we also hope you’ll leave no trace. Please join us in taking care of what takes our breath away.
Jackson Hole is the West’s famous gateway to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks and home to Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, one of the top-rated ski and snowboard destinations in the world. But this wild place has so much more to offer.
Springtime gives way to rafting adventures. During the summer, the area is known for everything from alpine hikes to mountain biking to epic wildlife viewing. In the fall, golden leaves illuminate the valley floor and jagged, snow-capped peaks provide views that you can’t take your eyes off of. Under a blanket of snow, winter is when the slopes come alive with power hounds.
In town, cultural experiences abound. Art galleries and public installations line the streets. There’s always a concert or theater performance to take in, and fine dining is elevated to an art form. Ask a local and they’ll tell you that they’re always finding new adventures. With a little exploration, you can too.
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of the Land.
- Town of Jackson
- Snow King
- Teton Village
- Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
- Grand Targhee Resort
- Jackson Hole Airport
- Grand Teton National Park
- Yellowstone National Park
All about Jackson Hole.
We acknowledge that we live and recreate on the ancestral homeland of the Mountain Shoshone people, and wish to recognize the lands of the over 27 bands of Indigenous people who were the earliest occupants and stewards of what is now referred to as the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.Learn More