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Hoback Junction
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Jackson Town Square



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Located in northwest Wyoming near Grand Teton National Park,
Jackson Hole is a 400-square-mile valley surrounded by the
Gros Ventre and Teton mountain ranges.

Several towns are nestled within this valley, including Jackson, which boasts incredible dining, shopping and lodging options for those seeking a fun and relaxing escape to the mountains. Choose from a number of guided activities, such as horseback riding at the A-OK Corral, whitewater rafting along the Snake River or going on a scenic wildlife tour. Or create your own adventure by hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing, fishing and more in the surrounding mountains and Bridger-Teton National Forest. Skiing is the major winter pastime around these parts, with Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Snow King and Grand Targhee all offering top-notch runs. For a unique winter experience, try dog sledding in Jackson Hole or visit the National Elk Refuge. The refuge provides a home for thousands of elk each winter and offers sleigh rides among the elk from mid-December through April.

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Things To Do

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If you’re looking for what to do in Jackson Hole and Jackson, Wyoming, you’ve come to the right place. Discover things to do and how to do them on your next adventure to experience the last of the Old West.

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FAQ: Jackson, Wyoming

Jackson, Wyoming, refers to only the town. If you use Jackson Hole, you are speaking of the entire valley, including Jackson, Teton Village, Wilson, The Aspens, Moran Junction, Moose and surrounding areas.

Jackson Hole, Wyoming, is known as one of the top ski destinations in the country. It sits just outside of Grand Teton National Park and is known as a gateway to that popular destination.

During the winter months, Jackson Hole is an ideal place for winter recreation, such as skiing, snowboarding, dog sledding and snowshoeing. During the warmer months, you can hike, fish, boat, climb, bike and more. Shopping and dining in Jackson’s vibrant downtown should be part of your to-do list, no matter the season. Check out some top things to do in Jackson Hole.

Jackson Hole is full of amazing lodges, dude ranches, hotels, cabins, campgrounds and more.

Jackson Hole offers a variety of food options. From farm-to-table to high-end dining and everything in between, there is something for every food preference and budget.

The major airlines that fly into Jackson Hole include Alaska, American, Delta and United Airlines.

Any time of the year is a great time to visit Jackson Hole. Winter offers plenty of opportunities to ski and experience other snow sports. Spring and fall are excellent for wildlife viewing and are often less crowded times of the year. Summer provides a plethora of outdoor activities, from whitewater rafting and rock climbing to hiking and sightseeing.

Spending about three days in Jackson Hole will give you enough time to discover the area, but there are plenty of activities to make a longer stay worth it.

Some of the top attractions in Jackson, Wyoming, include Grand Teton National Park, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Snow King Mountain, Astoria Hot Springs, the National Museum of Wildlife Art and the Snake River. Read through this article to find more things to do in Jackson, Wyoming.

Jackson, Wyoming, is at 6,237 feet above sea level.