Explore the landscape while skiing, snowshoeing, fishing, hiking, climbing, and more
Everyone knows that Jackson Hole is the perfect skiing location in Wyoming. Jackson Hole is a family-friendly winter vacation destination with options for everyone.
Skiing & Snowboarding
While skiing is the most infamous of our Jackson Hole winter activities, Jackson Hole is a winter wonderland, offering exciting adventures both on and off the slopes.
With three mountains of all ability levels just minutes from each other, Jackson Hole offers truly amazing skiing and snowboarding. Snow King, Jackson’s Local Hill, celebrates small town skiing with hourly passes and turns the lights on after the suns disappears. Grand Targhee is known for its terrific powder skiing, and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort offers beginner, intermediate and cornice jumping expert terrain.
Remote hot springs, winter wildlife, untouched powder fields or Old Faithful – wherever you want to go a snowmobile will get you there. Drive your own or ride and take in the sights, either way you are in for an exciting day.
Snuggle in for the most unique way to visit our Valley. Mushing with these energetic Alaskan Huskies is a trip you will not forget.
Trek through Grand Teton National Park’s winter wonderland with or without a guide. Picturesque snow-capped peaks and abundant wildlife await you.
Sip piping hot cocoa and glide under the sparkling lights of the Jackson Town Square.
Dinner Sleigh Rides
Under the twinkling stars, overlooking the town lights or riding through a migrating elk herd there are many ways to enjoy this favorite winter activity. Scrumptious, hearty dinners complete each cozy sleigh ride.
You don’t even have to hike the hill to enjoy this sledding adventure. Bundle up and enjoy a quick zip down the hill then sit back down and enjoy the ride back up.
Cross Country Skiing
Tour through untouched powder or skate on groomed trails, either way this peaceful activity gets you back to nature at the base of the Tetons.
Dawn and dusk create the perfect atmosphere to see fauna in their most pristine environment. Expeditions explore the valley focusing on each animal’s unique ecosystem. Naturalists offer local knowledge and exclusive viewing opportunities.
Winter in Teton Village
With a base elevation of 6,311 feet, Rendezvous and Apres Vous Mountains soar above in a stunning vertical rise of 4,139, providing endless terrain for skiers of all abilities. Not an skier or snowboarder? There’s plenty to do in Teton Village and our Concierge is never short on ideas.
- Take a sleigh ride through the winter wonderland of Teton Village followed by dinner in Spur Restaurant & Bar
- Sled in the Village Commons
- Shop the local stores and ski shops at the base of the mountain
- Try the world-class nordic track for hours of ski touring on the Teton Valley floor and amidst the grandeur of the Grand Teton National Park backdrop
Visit snow-covered Yellowstone National Park from the warm comfort of the Snow Coach. Frozen waterfalls and lakes, abundant winter big game, shimmering hot pools and steaming geysers are just a few of the Park’s attractions.