Bask in the Beauty of the West in Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Jackson Hole, Wyoming certainly isn’t the sleepy mountain town that it once was. In recent decades, visitors from around the globe have flocked to Jackson Hole to enjoy the town’s rustic charm, unsurpassed scenic beauty, and close proximity to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park. Jackson Hole may attract significantly larger crowds than it used to, but one of the most iconic towns in the West still offers plenty of opportunities to bask in the beauty of one of the most striking landscapes anywhere on Earth.

Winter Day in Grand Teton National Park

Winter Day in Grand Teton National Park
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Jackson Hole is home to an arch made out of thousands Elk antlers, a Museum of Wildlife Art that showcases sculptures and paintings of some of Wyoming’s most majestic animals, and a Million Dollar Cowboy Bar which features live music and mouthwatering steaks. Jackson Hole is also home to plenty of delicious laid-back pizza and burger joints.

Downtown Jackson Hole in Wyoming USA

Downtown Jackson Hole in Wyoming USA on September 28, 2015 It was named after David Edward “Davey” Jackson who trapped beaver in the area in the early nineteenth century.
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Streets of Jackson Hole with ski slopes at background

Ski slopes in Jackson Hole with snow remnants, in front vintage houses.
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During the warmer months, outdoor enthusiasts can hike the Tetons, go whitewater rafting on the Snake River, or spend an afternoon surveying seemingly infinite herds of Elk who graze just outside of the city limits. Crystal clear Lake Jenny—which is located in Grand Teton National Park—is a popular destination for hikers. Avid cyclists rave about Grand Teton National Park’s well-kept bike trails.

Snake River Reflection

The Teton Mountain Range is reflected in the shallow and still waters of a braid of the Snake River in Grand Teton National park, Wyoming, USA
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Jackson Hole is a winter wonderland that is home to numerous ski resorts, including Snow King which was established in 1936. If you’re searching for a rustic mountain town where you can enjoy delectable food, summer and winter recreation, and wildlife sightings that will leave you with a sense of awe, a road trip to Jackson Hole is in order. No trip out West is complete without a photo under Jackson Hole’s antler arch. If you arrive in Jackson Hole on the Saturday before Memorial Day, you can even purchase a few of your own antlers at the annual antler auction.


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