Whether you’re here for a summer getaway or winter ski vacation, Jackson Hole offers a world of heart-pumping outdoor activities to keep every member of the family entertained. From whitewater rafting and horseback riding to skiing, snowboarding and snowshoeing, enjoy four seasons of outdoor adventure.
Stay At The Center Of It All In Jackson
The ultimate four-season getaway, Jackson Hole never misses a beat. From the unending pleasures that accompany 459 inches of winter snow to warm-weather outdoor adventures that promise one adrenaline rush after another, is any wonder that more than four million visitors head to Jackson Hole every year?
Skiing & Snowboarding
Jackson Hole offers visitors one of the best ski and snowboard experiences in the world. Known for steep terrain, consistent fall line, deep, light powder and endless backcountry, Jackson Hole skiing allows both beginners and experts the opportunity to excel at their own pace on a variety of runs and open bowls. Explore Snow King Mountain, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Skiing and Grand Targhee Resort for some of the most exciting things to do in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
There are numerous opportunities to experience Jackson Hole whitewater rafting on Snake River, also known as “Mad River.” Enjoy a thrilling ride or a more leisurely scenic tour – either way, you’ll experience stunning views of the Teton mountain range. Have a question? Ask our friendly staff!
The nearby Teton Village offers experienced riders seven miles of biking trails. Mountain bikers are urged to ride up to the summit of the Bridger Gondola via Solitude Road. For inexperienced riders, a less challenging option is the Moose-Wilson Pathway that runs from Teton Village to Wilson.
Jackson Hole offers hundreds of miles of hiking trails within minutes of Jackson and Teton Village. Choose from short, easy walking trails to a backpacking trip along the Teton Crest Trail that could last days. Ask the staff about the best hiking trails near the hotel.
Take in the beauty of the Tetons on horseback. Local outfitters offer half- and full-day horseback trips through local ranches and stunning Wyoming wilderness.
Jackson offers dozens of lakes, creeks and streams, all ready to welcome the avid fly-fisherman. In addition, Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park offer exceptional fishing. Inquire and obtain Wyoming’s required fishing license at any local fly-fishing shop.
Kayaking & Canoeing
Jackson’s pristine lakes and rivers offer a beautiful backdrop for kayak and canoe enthusiasts. A few of our favorite spots include the Snake River (from Jackson Lake Dam to Palisades Reservoir) and Jenny Lake in Grand Teton National Park. Guided half- and full-day kayak and canoe trips can be arranged through one of Jackson’s professional whitewater or scenic float guide outfitters.