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Jackson Hole, Wyoming

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JH activities

​All of the above, plus:

  • Fewer crowds in the National Parks, town of Jackson, and Teton Village

  • Changing foliage in the Fall

  • New blooms in the Spring

  • Particularly active wildlife, before and after migration to winter ranges (or hibernation for bears)

Image by Nick Dunlap
Image by Robson Hatsukami Morgan
  • Skiing and snowboarding at world-renowned Jackson Hole Mountain Resort or Grand Targhee Resort

  • Endless backcountry (and side-country) skiing and split-boarding options, including the famed Teton Pass

  • Convenient in-town skiing and snowboarding at Snow King Resort, including night hours

  • Snow mobile tours, including day trips into Yellowstone National Park and Granite Hot Springs

  • Wildlife watching and photography near (and even in) town: bighorn sheep and up to 7,500 elk in the National Elk Refuge (bordering town), abundant moose and bald eagles, bison, etc.

  • Nordic skiing on miles of groomed trails and in the backcountry

  • Snow shoeing in Grand Teton National Park and surrounding National Forests

  • Dog sledding

  • Ice skating on one of the free county rinks, including a rink in Jackson's Town Square

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