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Winter Activities In Jackson Hole

From zooming along trails through Yellowstone and seeing the sights (including Old Faithful!), to riding through the quiet backcountry, snowmobiling is a thrilling way to gain a new perspective of Jackson Hole in the wintertime.

Many corners of Jackson Hole close to cars when the snow piles up, but that just means you’ll have more fun getting there by snowmobile! Scenic Safaris and Teton Tour Company offer half-and-multi-day tours for riders of all experience levels through some of Jackson Hole’s most remote backcountry.

Some Of Our Favorite Snowmobile Rides

  • Granite Hot Springs: It's easy to see why this is Jackson Hole’s most popular snowmobile excursion. This half-day ride takes you down a snow-covered road alongside Granite Creek to the historic Granite Hot Springs. These 112-degree springs were built in 1935 and have been offering visitors a relaxing winter getaway ever since.
  • Yellowstone National Park: Largely closed to cars in winter, Yellowstone is a snowmobiling paradise! Enjoy encounters with waterfalls, geysers, and of course, wildlife. If you're looking for something more immersive, you can even book an overnight tour to the Old Faithful Snow Lodge, and have the famous geyser basin nearly to yourself.
  • Gros Ventre Range: In winter, Jackson Hole’s eastern boundary is its wildest and most remote. The Gros Ventre mountain range is closed to off-road traffic, but a groomed track cuts through the heart of this enormous, wildlife-rich wilderness. Spot elk, deer, moose, coyote, eagles, and even the occasional wolf from the saddle of your snowmobile on this full-day excursion.