Four Seasons Of Fun In The Tetons
National Museum of Wildlife Art
Founded in 1987, this world-class art museum is home to 5,000+ works by artists including Andy Warhol, John James Audubon and Georgia O’Keefe. Overlooking the National Elk Refuge, it is located two miles from Grand Teton National Park and features an outdoor sculpture garden, café, museum shop and more.
National Elk Refuge
The 24,700-acre National Elk Refuge is a winter habitat for the Jackson elk herd as well as habitat for endangered species, birds, fish, and other big game animals. Horse-drawn sleigh rides among thousands of wintering elk can be arranged from mid-December through early April.
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
Located 12 miles from Jackson, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is the town’s premier winter ski and snowboard resort. This 2,500-acre resort features a wide range of year-round activities, including aerial tram rides, biking, hiking, paragliding and Teton Village, a collection of restaurants, shops and spas.
Snow King Mountain
Known as Jackson’s “hometown hill,” Snow King Mountain opened in 1939 as Wyoming’s first ski resort. Located a few blocks from Town Square, the year-round resort features 400 skiable acres, as well as hiking and biking trails, summer concerts, an alpine roller coaster and aerial ropes course.
Grand Targhee Resort
Located in nearby Alta, this year-round mountain resort features all manner of snow adventures, as well as lift-accessed hiking, mountain biking and running trails, music festivals and 18-hole disc golf.