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Pack the car, make a playlist, hit the road, and head our way; a road trip to Jackson Hole promises to be amazing. Visitors from all over the globe flock to Jackson Hole because of our close proximity to Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park. The parks are phenomenal, and worth the drive, but do not forget to enjoy the surrounding beauty when you’re headed our direction. Regardless of where you’re coming from—Denver, Seattle, Chicago, Salt Lake City, and beyond—there are generally five ways to access our mountain town. Here are a few highlights in every direction to remember and enjoy during you road trip to Jackson Hole!
From the North:
If you’re coming to Jackson Hole from the north Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park will usher you into town.The Yellowstone-Grand Teton Loop allows drivers to experience both parks. This 262-mile drive has been named one of the “Top 10 Scenic Roads of the Northern Rockies” and winds right through Jackson Hole.
From the Northeast:
Cresting the summit of Togwotee Pass is a right of passage for guests of Jackson Hole. The breathtaking views of the Tetons and Mount Moran are unforgettable and the vistas are perfect for photographers. For drivers coming from down by Denver, the 287 by Rawlins is a detour that allows you to soak in the stunning views from this route.
From the Southeast:
Togwotee Pass from the Northeast might be more “scenic,” but Jackson Hole locals love coming in through Hoback Canyon from the Southeast. From this direction you’ll drive through Hoback Canyon next to the Hoback River. The route from Pinedale to Bondurant is really pretty and winding along the river is a great way to approach Jackson.
From the Southwest:
Drivers coming from Salt Lake City, Utah and the surrounding area use this route, and they’re rewarded with a beautiful drive through the Snake River Canyon, beautiful and winding canyon. This is especially great in the fall because of autumn colors in the canyon and the gorgeous views of the Snake River the entire way.
From the West:
When coming from the West you’ll pass the charming old towns of Victor and Driggs, which are prime spots for a pit stop. Grab a quick bite to eat and huckleberry shake from a diner before going over Teton Pass, where you’ll see the famous sign at the summit that reads: “Howdy Strangers, yonder lies Jackson Hole, the last of the Old West.” From there, it’s smooth sailing to Jackson Hole, you could almost coast the entire way to town…
The sheer, unparalleled beauty of Jackson Hole and the nearby natural surroundings beckon people from all over the world. You’ll find towering peaks, meandering rivers carving out canyons, stunning panoramic vistas, and grazing herds of buffalo and moose while driving to and from Jackson Hole, Wyoming. And now you know what to keep an eye out for during your road trip to Jackson Hole.