Jackson Hole, Wyoming, is a legendary ski resort that has long been known for its advanced and expert skiing, but that is only half of the story. The steep terrain on the upper mountain and the deep snow in the Teton Range do make Jackson Hole a playground for experts, but what is often overlooked is all of the great Intermediate and Novice terrain available.
Well over half of the resort’s 2,500 skiable acres is rated blue and green, much of which is groomed nightly. Teton Village is getting livelier, but if you want nightlife, you are better off staying in the town of Jackson which is both rustic and refined, with heaps of western hospitality. There is an abundance of dining and apres-ski options, including regional specialities such as trout, elk, and bison. The eclectic mix of designer boutiques, galleries, and outdoor shops offers something for everyone. Discover the local art, jewellery, fashion and souvenirs of Teton Village or downtown Jackson on an afternoon cultural adventure.
Experience Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park in Jackson in a wildlife and park tour, or bike tour. There are many options for adventure and family activities. There is lots to explore in Jackson Hole.