Jackson Hole & Surrounding
There is always something to do in Jackson Hole.
Jackson Hole is home to world-class skiing and some of our nation’s most breathtaking landscapes. In the winter, hit the ski trails just out our back door. During the summer, the Snake River offers fly fishing, rafting and kayaking. Jackson Hole also has an extensive pathways system from town to Jenny Lake in Grand Teton National Park, and also from Teton Village to the town of Jackson for your biking pleasure.
Things to Do
The beauty of Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks unmatched, blue-ribbon trout fishing on the Snake and area rivers, and world class skiing at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Snow King and Grand Targhee, make this our little piece of heaven on earth.
Explore the Area
Take your sightseeing on the road. Summer and winter offer the chance to experience a variety of scenery in the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem. You’ll see nature at her finest, regardless of the time of year, including elk wintering over at the National Elk Refuge.
With seemingly endless skiing, mountain biking and hiking trails, all you have to do is head out the door to create your own unforgettable mountain memories.
Let our world-class concierge team assist you with any or all of your adventure planning.
Enjoy a variety of shops and boutiques, offering everything from traditional western goods to top-of-the-line sporting goods, and everything in between.
Our own Mountain Gift Shop on the first floor offers unique options. Just steps away from the hotel you will find:
Jackson Hole is home to over 80 restaurants and a thriving nightlife. The town of Jackson – particularly the Town Square – is highly accessible for pedestrians and is an ideal place to stroll.
When it comes to after-dinner entertainment, stay in or explore something new and different in town. The town of Jackson has several fun bars and live music venues, including the famed Cowboy Bar. Ask our Concierge about recommendations and reservations.
Our stunning 500-seat theatre at the Center for the Arts is a great place to catch a play or concert. The Center for the Arts and the over 75 art and photo galleries in town are an ideal forum for exploring local and internationally known artists.
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
The legendary Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is renowned for rugged, rolling terrain, deep snow, seemingly endless backcountry, and some of the world’s best skiing and snowboarding. It offers over 2,500 acres of in-bounds terrain, and access to more than 3,000 acres of additional skiing outside their gates. 4,139 feet of vertical drop descends from the 10,450-foot summit. The 116 named trails in the ski area are accessed by 11 lifts, including a high-speed Gondola. With an average annual snowfall of 459″, the ski resort’s winter season runs from December to early April. In the summer, from late May through early October, guests can enjoy hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing, Gondola rides, paragliding, hot air balloon rides and the Kids Ranch Summer Camp.