Winter isn’t just about skiing. Adventure is all around!
Explore Jackson Hole this winter. Even non-skiers will be inspired. From winter safaris to sledding to astronomy, there really is something for everyone.
Skiing & Snowboarding
With three mountains for all ability levels just minutes from us, Jackson Hole offers truly amazing skiing and snowboarding.
Snow King celebrates small town skiing with hourly passes and night skiing. Grand Targhee is known for its terrific powder skiing, and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort offers beginner, intermediate and cornice jumping expert terrain.
Leave your gear at home and rent from our on-site ski valet with 20% off.
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 pillion, either way you are in for an exciting day.
Guided trips include Granite Hot Springs, Continental Divide, Brooks Lake Lodge, Yellowstone, Gros Ventre Mountains, Grey’s River, and Teton Village.
Winter Wildlife Safaris
Winter is the heart of Grand Teton and Yellowstone. Our snowy environment contains an incredible diversity of wildlife to be observed.
Grand Teton National Park offers incredible wildlife watching and Jackson Hole’s National Elk Refuge becomes a virtual Serengeti of large game observation.
National Elk Refuge Sleigh Rides
Take a horse-drawn sleigh ride among an elk herd. It’s fun for the whole family and is an excellent opportunity to get up close to the elk for amazing photos.
Trips depart from the Visitor Center in the town of Jackson and shuttles leave every 20-30 minutes. The 45-60-minute tour runs throughout the day from 10am to 4pm.
Dinner Sleigh Rides
Beyond the Elk Refuge Sleigh Rides, the horse-drawn dinner rides are sure to create lasting memories.
Dinner Sleigh Rides with the Spring Creek Ranch overlook the lights of Jackson and includes dinner at the award-winning Granary Restaurant.
Vintage Sleigh Rides with dinner on the banks of the Snake River is a special experience with spectacular sunsets.
Travel at the speed of dog for a unique way to tour our amazing landscapes. Ride to Granite Hot Springs for a soak while your guide prepares lunch, or head north for a tour up to Togwottee Mountain Lodge.
This is one of our most popular winter activities and we strongly encourage you to book early as availability is minimal once winter begins.
Snow Coach Tours
Visit Yellowstone National Park from the warm comfort of a 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.
Tour includes pick-up and drop-off at the hotel as well as breakfast, lunch, refreshments and plenty of stops along the way for wildlife viewing and photography.
Cross Country Skiing
Tour Grand Teton National Park or the surrounding national forest with a naturalist guide on a four, six or full-day Nordic ski tour.
There is also a groomed cross-country trail system at the nearby Teton Pines Country Club.
Winter Fat Biking
A local guide will take you on a beautiful trek on the roads less traveled with excellent views of the Teton Mountains. Full-day tours available to Brooks Lake Lodge as well as Grand Teton National Park. Half-day tours also available.
The Village Rink is open daily from 3pm to 9pm, with skate rentals available in the warming hut next to the rink. There’s also a rink in Jackson’s Town Square, as well as at Snow King Sports and Events Center.
Burn rubber at the tube park at Snow King Resort’s King Tubes Park. Featuring snow tubes, three groomed tube lanes, and a rope tow. You don’t even have to hike back up the hill!
Our exceptionally dark skies make Wyoming one of the best places for stargazing. Spend an evening navigating the constellations, planets and other stellar features while hearing the fascinating story behind each object. This activity is perfect for anyone interested in learning about the night sky. Families, private star-parties and large groups can all be accommodated.
Enjoy instruction with a variety of rifles, revolvers, pistols and shotguns. Tailored to your needs, you can learn combat tactics, beginner shooter’s techniques, shoot clay pigeons, or simply be provided with opportunity, targets, and hundreds of ammunition rounds to plink at targets from 25 yards to 200 yards away.
Enjoy the peace and serenity of a guided snowshoe tour in Grand Teton National Park or surrounding national forest trails. Four-hour, six-hour, and full-day trips available with a naturalist guide.