Fall has long been the favorite season of many Jackson Hole locals.
It’s quieter than the busy buzz of summer, but you can still get outside and enjoy the same outdoor activities. While the days get shorter and the weather is less predictable, you can still find dry and crisp days to hike, bike, float, and rock climb while also enjoying many of the indoor activities Jackson has to offer, such as museums and discounted dinners. And because November is one of the two least-visited months of the year, it’s possible to get last-minute dinner and lodging reservations.
Fall is the quintessential quiet time of year when you can wake up to a fresh dusting of snow tickling the mountains, listen to the sounds of elk bugling, watch in admiration as animals migrate in preparation for the incoming winter, and cozy up by an indoor or outdoor fireplace in relaxation.
Jackson Hole offers a variety of options for all skill levels and styles of climbing.
With the tacky dirt surface that trail riders dream of, fall is the perfect time to hit the trails.
Teton Valley, Idaho, is Jackson Hole’s sister community, located just a scenic drive over Teton Pass in the eastern part of Idaho.
From awe-inspiring encounters with nature to wild and western activities every kind, Jackson Hole offers once-in-a-lifetime experiences, 365 days a year.
Eager to glimpse your first bear, moose, or wolf? Challenge yourself with a run down black diamonds or class III rapids? Hook an 18-inch cutthroat? Meet a real cowboy? Watch a Teton sunset? This place is full of experiences you won't find that at home, or anywhere else for that matter. In Jackson Hole, wild adventures aren't just possible—they're already here waiting for you.
Questions about fall in Jackson Hole
There's plenty to explore any season in Jackson Hole.
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