The streets are packed with great restaurants, saloons, shops, and not to forget the famous antler arch, one of Jackson Hole’s most photographed attractions.
Jackson springs to life with an endless series of events, festivals, and fairs during the summer months.
These include the Grand Teton Music Festival, the ElkFest, the Fourth of July Parade, and the daily Town Square Shootout, to name a handful.
Grand Teton is around 310,000 acres of wilderness with some of the most beautiful mountain scenery in the western United States.
Yellowstone National park is an easy day trip from Jackson Hole. While you could feasibly spend weeks in Yellowstone, it is still a very rewarding destination for day-trippers.
Much like the hot springs in Mammoth Lakes, you will find several man-made hot springs carved out of the ground so bathers can easily enjoy the therapeutic warm waters.
Whether it’s downhill, snowboarding or cross-country skiing, Jackson Hole has plenty of great facilities and snow during the winter months.
For those wanting a truly unique adventure, explore Yellowstone National Park or the Grand Teton Park on a snowmobile as part of a guided day tour.