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    Winter Bison in Grand Teton National Park Winter Bison in Grand Teton National Park, Photo: Nick Sulzer.

    One valley, many parts.


    Jackson Hole is a vast valley that parallels the iconic Teton mountain range and is bordered by the Snake River and the Gros Ventre mountain range.

    A long list of locals have called this valley home, beginning with over 27 Native American tribes and then fur traders, trappers, cowboys, and mountaineers. The Tetons are also home to Grand Teton National Park and the legendary Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, located at Teton Village. To the north lies Yellowstone National Park, and to the east the Gros Ventre Range and 3.4 million acres of Bridger-Teton National Forest. The town of Jackson—a combination of fine dining, Old West saloons, shops, and five-star hotels—is the cultural center of the valley known as Jackson Hole.

    Map of Jackson Hole and Surrounding Areas

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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

    Town of Jackson

    Downtown Jackson is a picturesque Western town and cultural center, complete with antler arches, where you can rest, recharge, and roam.

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    Teton Village

    Your mountain resort basecamp for skiing, snowboarding, mountain biking, and climbing adventures, with year-round après options including spas, waffles, and happy hour.

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    Grand Teton National Park

    With its southern entrance only 12 miles from Jackson’s Town Square, Grand Teton National Park was founded in 1929. The park was expanded in 1950 to protect the 310,000 acres we know and love today. At about 10 million years old, the Tetons are the youngest mountains in the Rockies and are still growing.

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    Yellowstone National Park

    Wildlife, thermal rivers, and waterfalls abound in America’s oldest national park—Yellowstone, the heart of the last intact ecosystem in the lower 48.

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    Mountain Resorts in Jackson Hole

    • Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

      The skiing at Jackson Hole is unlike skiing anywhere else, but so is the hiking, the mountain biking, and the array of family-friendly activities. Have you ever tried a via ferrata?

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    • Snow King Mountain Resort

      In 1939, Snow King Mountain opened just east of the Town Square; it was Wyoming’s first ski area. The cable of its single rope tow was purchased from an oil drilling company in Casper, Wyoming, and an old Ford tractor powered it. It wasn’t until 1947 that a chairlift—a single—was built. Snow King is still a snowball’s throw from the Town Square but is now home to a new 8-passenger gondola for winter and summer visitors, a snow tubing park, hiking, and biking trails.

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    • Skiing at Grand Targhee Resort.

      Grand Targhee Resort

      Founded by ranchers and potato farmers and opened in 1969, Grand Targhee remains a beloved locally owned ski and summer resort with top-notch snow and scenery. On the western side of the Tetons, Targhee is a scenic drive over Teton Pass and up Teton Valley. In Driggs, Idaho, turn east onto Ski Hill Road and you’ll soon cross back into Wyoming and start the ascent up to Targhee’s intimate base area at 7,800 feet.

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