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Situated at the center of Jackson, Wyoming


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A town in Wyoming’s Jackson Hole valley

Clear skys and warmer weather have followed our days of snow. Expect the clear weather to last only thourgh Saturday, though. Looks like Monday will bring more snow, powederhounds.

Whether the outdoors is your fancy or not, surely you will come to love and appreciate the various activities that can be enjoyed throughout the year in Jackson Hole. As the warm months approach, hiking, biking, climbing, and fishing are favorite afternoon activities. Of course, tennis, golf, and running are favorites here, too.

At night, you may choose to participate in a softball league or take a nature walk. In the winter, Jackson Hole offers world-class skiing and snowboarding at Snow king, Grand Targhee, and one of the country's best, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Snowmobiling in Yellowstone, the Gros Ventres, and Togwotee thrills many, too. In the winter, the elk refuge just outside of town fills with near 10,000 elk. However, that's just the tip of the iceberg! All year round Jackson is host to some of the best special events there are. Culture yourself at an art show; watch a ski race; or compete in a fishing competition. Whatever your taste, you'll always find something to suit you.

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort offers some fabulous amenities. Within the past 3 years, we have built the Cody House, the Bridger Building, the Bridger Gondola, and new this year, a highspeed quad Apres Vous. To further improve your experience at Jackson Hole, try our Ski and Snowboard School, a Wild West Adrenaline Camp, or just take a free mountain tour from the Guest Services Department. This year, we are particularly proud of our Daycare Facilities which are now located in the new Cody House. For any gear or rentals, come by Jackson Hole Sports.

So, you know the details, you just want to know what it's like to hit the hill. Well, check out our Photos around Jackson Hole section. This section will certainly make any snow enthusiast drool.

Don't forget to see who makes Jackson Hole home. We have some quite impressive Ambassadors and Athletes including Olympic gold medalists Tommy Moe and Pepi Stiegler.

There are all kinds of great shops and galleries to keep you busy shopping. From cowboy boots and the mythical Jackalope to fleece/knit accessories and Coldwater Creek, Jackson Hole is a shopping oasis!

Whether it's in a rustic cabin, a guest ranch, a luxurious hotel or an economy motel, the wide range of accommodations in Jackson and Teton Village are sure to provide you with exactly the Jackson Hole experience you're looking for. The Jackson Hole Valley has over 10,000 units available for lodging accommodations.

With so many restaurants in the valley it's easy to find just what you appetite demands. The cowboy in you will be satisfied with hearty BBQ cookouts, while the epicure will be right at home with a variety of fancier choices.

There are few places as beautiful as this region of Wyoming. From the spectacular scenery to the incredible skiing and summer activities, there are many, many reasons to call Jackson home.

An experienced outdoor leadership and team-building company can provide your group or organization with the tools needed to succeed. Our challenging mountain environment enables teams to participate in activities which foster the skills of problem solving, goal setting, and resource evaluation. Teams who have completed these programs emerge with greater understanding of team strengths and weaknesses and a realistic action plan for implementing personal and professional development.

Each season provides a different experience in Jackson Hole. Summer is the favorite time to visit. Temperatures are much milder at this altitude that in most other parts of the country. The parks are all open and most children are out of school.

What few know, however, is that the shoulder seasons of Spring and Fall are hidden gems, too. In Spring, solitude and wildlife abound. Great activities include snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. Viewing wildlife is more common as animals come down to the snow-free valley to feed. Temperatures and weather can vary widely in the spring, so be prepared.

Fall also brings fewer people and discounted lodging rates. The golden leaves of the Aspen trees can be glorious. The Fall also brings the mysterious bugle of the elk. Hunters make their way to northwest Wyoming at this time of year, too.

Few sports offer the sensations and exhilaration of skiing and snowboarding. Our mountain offers unsurpassed natural beauty with a wide variety of snow conditions and terrain, combining to help provide the perfect learning environment for your alpine experience. Our staff is dedicated to helping you improve your skills and meet your individual needs.