Bright, frosty adventures and cozy moments among snow-covered peaks await during Jackson Hole's longest season.
Come winter, some local wildlife like black and grizzly bears go into hibernation. Other animals (elk, moose, wolves, bison) move to lower ground seeking milder conditions. And then there are Jackson Hole’s human inhabitants and visitors, who thrive in this season. From world-class inbound and backcountry skiing to quiet adventures in snowy national parks, and days that end in front of the fire with a warm drink in hand, what isn't there to love about the boundless winter experiences Jackson has to offer?
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A successful ski trip involves more than just an epic bell-to-bell day of skiing or riding; it's about the journey, the camaraderie, and the good times off the mountain that make your experience truly unforgettable. A big part of that experience is getting to the mountain and Grand Targhee just made it easier, thanks to the Ride GTR shuttle program.
Jackson Hole is well known for its iconic winter wildlife, including moose, bison, elk, bald eagles, trumpeter swans, and maybe even wolves. While driving around and looking for wildlife on your own is a great way to spend a day, hiring a wildlife guide can help maximize your viewing experience.
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.
Ready for your adventure?
Make reservations for activities in advance, as daily capacity is limited at both Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and Yellowstone National Park in the winter. Traveling around the holidays? We also recommend making dinner and lodging reservations in advance during this peak season.
There's plenty to explore any season in Jackson Hole.
As the snow melts and the Tetons defrost, the Jackson Hole valley comes alive with signs of life: rivers swell with snow runoff, fields and trees burst into green, and wildlife comes out of hibernation with their young.Explore
Find your perfect adventure hiking, biking, climbing, and fishing or sit back and take in wild mountain, river, and wildlife views. No matter how you choose to spend your summer days in the Tetons, you’ll be connecting to the wild like you never have before.Explore
As the leaves change and mountain peaks get dusted with snow, scenic drives, bike rides, and hikes can offer the area’s most beautiful views of the year. Jackson and the national parks slow down a bit as summer winds down and wildlife begin preparation for winter.Explore