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At the heart of Teton County, Wyoming lies Jackson Hole, a first-class destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Known for spectacular national parks and pristine mountain ranges with abundant wildlife and endless recreation options, Jackson Hole is about relaxing with friends and family, while creating unforgettable experiences.

Jackson Hole

The heart of downtown Jackson is known for its prominent elk antler arches on the Town Square, as well as real old time cowboy ambience. Western-style wooden boardwalks line the streets and feature art galleries, unique boutiques, and a variety of dining and entertainment options. 

Visitors from around the world enjoy year round events beginning in the spring with the famous Elkfest, and continuing throughout the summer with the weekly Farmers Market, International Fall Arts Festival, year-round live music, and more. Explore Jackson Hole >

Teton Village

Teton Village is located at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. As a resort village with lodging, shopping, restaurants and spas; it is popular in the winter with guests who want the convenience of being close to the slopes, while having an excellent selection of après ski, dining, and entertainment options.

In the summer and fall months, "The Village" (as it is known by locals), offers an array of outdoor and entertainment activities for young and old alike! Learn more about Teton Village >

Grand Teton National Park

Visiting Grand Teton National Park is an easy day trip from Jackson Hole. It is named after the Grand Teton, the largest peak in the Teton Range. French speaking trappers named the mountains "Les Trois Tetons," which was later shortened to The Tetons.

The youngest range in the Rocky Mountains, the Tetons rise almost 7,000 feet above the valley, offering endless amounts of adventures in Jackson Hole’s backyard. Discover Grand Teton National Park >

Yellowstone National Park

As America’s oldest national park, Yellowstone is a must see when visiting Jackson Hole. Located primarily in Wyoming, the 3,468 square miles of the Yellowstone also extends partially into Montana and Idaho.

Comprised of clear blue lakes, spectacular canyons, winding rivers and beautiful mountain ranges, the area is famous for its numerous recreational opportunities. The sheer magnitude and beauty of Yellowstone National Park will create a memorable experience for all those who encounter this national treasure. Explore Yellowstone National Park > 

Seasonal Activities

In the winter, experts from around the world return year after year to conquer over 2,500 acres of famous deep powder and breathtaking backcountry. Skiers and snowboarders of all levels can explore the groomed trails at the world-class Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, as well as two other neighboring ski areas, Snow King and Grand Targhee.

In the spring, summer and fall there are miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. A number of championship golf courses dot the the area. The pristine Snake and Gros Ventre rivers combine with some of the region’s most glorious terrain, making the area a world class fly-fishing destination and white-water paradise. Explore seasonal activities >

Weather Information

No matter the season the weather in Jackson Hole can change quickly. Whether you are in the valley or in the mountains the golden rule is to be prepared.

Plan to pack a number of clothing layers to assure your comfort when visiting Jackson Hole. Learn more about weather patterns in Jackson Hole >

Things To Do

From skiing and rafting to museums and dining, find out the best things to do in Jackson Hole — from our favorite vendors. 

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Events

Live like a local in Jackson Hole with upcoming events recommended by our team of travel experts. 

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