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    Top 5 Sightseeing Spots in Jackson Hole You Can’t Miss

    By Visit Jackson Hole

    Whether you’re looking for iconic Jackson Hole scenery, Teton views, wildlife, or delicious waffles with mountain views at 10,450 feet in elevation, we’ve got you covered. Check out these top 5 sightseeing spots in Jackson Hole.

    Grand Teton National Park

    The Jackson Hole Airport is inside Grand Teton National Park, so it’s an easy stop on your way into town. It doesn’t get more scenic than the towering Teton peaks, and you might even see some winter wildlife. Spend some time taking in the views, and consider getting out for a snowshoe or cross-country ski excursion in the park. Walking, snowshoeing, or skiing along the Teton Park Road in winter is a favorite way to enjoy the views.

    Top of Jackson Hole’s Aerial Tram

    Ride the iconic Jackson Hole Aerial Tram (a.k.a. “Big Red”) 4,139 vertical feet for some of the best views on Earth. Once you’re on top of the tram, enjoy a waffle slathered with brown sugar butter, peanut butter and bacon, Nutella, or berries and whipped cream at 10,450 feet in elevation at Corbet’s Cabin. Peer down into the valley and soak up the mountain views before skiing or snowboarding your way back down.

    Snow King Mountain

    Take the scenic gondola ride at Snow King Mountain to the top of the “Town Hill.” Enjoy the vantage point from 1,600 feet above the valley floor, looking down at the Town of Jackson, National Elk Refuge, Tetons, and beyond. While at Snow King, take the time to go skiing or snowboarding and enjoy the resort’s other activities, including Kings Tubes and the Cowboy Coaster.

    Town Square’s Elk Antler Arches

    Jackson Hole’s first elk antler arch on the Town Square was built in 1953, and now all four corners of the square are adorned with arches created from elk antlers. Stop and take your photo with the iconic arches, go shopping, grab a bite or beverage at one of the many restaurants and bars in the area, and enjoy a spin on the ice skating rink in winter.

    National Elk Refuge

    Watch herds of elk beneath the Tetons with a visit to the National Elk Refuge. Enjoy a self-guided drive along the refuge road (be sure not to let the sheep lick your car) or enjoy a program or sleigh ride. The refuge offers a number of programs, including wildlife excursions with a winter naturalist, sunset driving tours, and a Junior Naturalist Program. Or bundle up and sign up for a sleigh ride on the refuge. Watch for elk as well as wildlife like bighorn sheep, bald eagles, coyotes, and trumpeter swans.

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