Teton Village

Teton Village is 12 miles northwest of Jackson on WY 390 at the base of 10,536 foot Rendezvous Peak. For skiers, it’s the largest vertical rise in America – 4,139 feet. The village is identified by its 100-foot tall clock tower at the Valley Station of the two and one-half mile, 63-passenger aerial tram. It is one of America’s most scenic and popular four-season recreation areas.

Summer in Teton Village


In summer, Teton Village is a favorite jumping-off spot for Jackson Hole vacation trips. Teton Village facilities include swimming pools, restaurants, shops, cafeteria, ski school, hotels & motels, condominiums, service station and various other shops. Hunting trips and float trips can be arranged at the area. There is horseback riding and hiking at the area also, with golf and other activities available within minutes driving time. Tramway summer sightseeing trips are available. The summer season extends from Memorial Day to September, and the winter season from mid-December to early April.

Population: N/A
Elevation: 6377
Region: Northwest

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