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    Teton Village

    On mountain lodging, dining, and adventure.

    At the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Teton Village is a bustling, intimate community. Beyond the winter and summer adventures offered by the resort are dining, shopping, and endless activities to be had here.

    Before Teton Village became the base area of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, it was just “Teton,” a dry, rocky area that was among the last parts of the valley to be homesteaded. Ranchers did eventually make a go of it here, raising cattle and welcoming dudes to Crystal Spring Ranch in the 1940s and ’50s. Teton Village found its true calling in the 1960s when Paul McCollister and Alex Morley envisioned the peaks above Teton Village, Apres Vous, and Rendezvous Mountains as a ski resort.

    Home of the legendary Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.

    Today the area has several hundred year-round residents (several dozen more if you count the moose and bears that move through here) and draws visitors from around the world. Often rated among the best ski resorts in North America, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort has the longest continuous vertical drop in the U.S. at 4,167 feet, with runs for every level of skier and rider. McCollister and Morley’s vision has evolved into a destination resort with activities from downhill skiing to dog sledding, ice skating, mountain biking, via ferrata, hiking, and après (an activity for all seasons). When you want to indulge, there are spas, restaurants, cafes, and concerts. Teton Village is home to the Grand Teton Music Festival, which has an all-star orchestra that plays a 7-week season every summer.

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    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.

    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?



    From sushi to high alpine cuisine, breakfast burritos to bison steak, cold-pressed juices to croissants, Jackson Hole’s dining is almost as exciting as a bluebird powder day.

    Old Bill's Fun Run on the Town Square.


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