Worth more than a visit. Live local.
Imagine spending a spectacular afternoon exploring the wild seclusion of the Tetons, before a short walk down the street to enjoy dinner. Surrounded by friends, savor the divine creations of a James Beard Award-winning chef.
Finish the evening off with an intimate live concert featuring your favorite musician, and then saunter back home under a starlit sky. Sound like a dream? Maybe. That’s life as a local in Jackson Hole.
World class culture on a small town stage.
Unrivaled talent draws inspiration from the surrounding world. No wonder some of the most talented artists, musicians, and chefs call Jackson home: it’s an inspiring place. From an internationally-celebrated food and wine festival to a bevy of award-winning chefs, gourmet fare is the standard here. A flourishing community of painters, sculptors, and galleries keep each day colorful, and a vibrant, energetic music scene makes life in Jackson continually rich with dynamic beauty and spirited style.
Grand adventures await.
Within minutes of town, you can discover the meditative peace of an alpine lake or wildflower-speckled meadow. Make fresh tracks in pristine, untouched powder. Catch a wild, native trout under the watchful eye of a bald eagle. Spend a few hours watching bear cubs romp, or listening to elk bugle. Summit a snowy peak, raft a tumbling river. It’s moments like these that make every day memorable when you’re a local. The next adventure is entirely up to you.
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Teton Village, Snow King Mountain resort in downtown Jackson, and Grand Targhee resort in Alta, offer all the varied terrain and epic snow to be desired for a full winter’s worth of memorable turns. Even when the world-renowned powder snow has melted away, there’s no shortage of fun to be had at each of these resorts during the summer, from lift rides, to miles of hiking, biking and exploring.
The Greater Yellowstone Eco-System is home to some of the most majestic animals in the natural world – bison, grizzly bears, elk, moose and wolves are some of the most impressive. The National Elk Refuge, on the north end of Jackson provides winter shelter for thousands of elk every year. And don’t be surprised if you see a moose in your neighborhood park our sauntering down main street. Jackson is home to all sorts!
Relax and connect. It’s home.
Maybe it’s a Western thing. We’re used to taking time to chat with friends and pausing to enjoy the view. The pace of life in Jackson Hole is just right. We’re genuine here; welcoming and friendly. We’re proud of our small-town warmth, generosity, and relationships. A little bit old fashioned? Yes. But that’s exactly how we like it.