Town of Jackson Recreation

The Best Backyard You’ll Ever Have

No need to venture far afield to find top-notch outdoor recreation opportunities. With so many trailheads, waterways and parks accessible from town, outdoor recreation will easily sneak its way into your everyday routine. Leave the Glenwood in any direction and be immersed in the exquisite beauty of the Wyoming wild. Whether for a sunrise send up Snow King, a lunch hour jaunt up Cache Creek or a golden hour on the Snake River, adventure is just around the corner.

Opportunities for mountain biking are diverse, and include scenic, thrilling trails for beginners and experts alike. Locals love Cache Creek for its varied terrain and views.
Jackson boasts a myriad of trailheads with networks of multi-use trails - gateways into the valleys and ridges that surrounding the valley.
Meandering through the National Elk Refuge, Flat Creek is a world-class blue ribbon fishery that is home to astonishingly large fine-spotted cutthroat trout.
Teton Pass in Wilson is the hot spot in Jackson Hole for easy to access, backcountry powder lines and endless adventure.
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Mountain Resorts

Even when the world-renowned powder snow has melted away, there’s no shortage of fun to be had at Jackson Hole's three unique mountain resorts. After ski and snowboard season is over, enjoy miles of trails for mountain biking and stunning lift-accessed views and hiking. Take in 360-degree views from the pinnacle of Rendezvous Mountain, and discover the unique and resilient plants and animals that thrive in a high alpine landscape. After a hike, bike ride, trail ride, or a couple hours of splash-pad fun with the kids, sip a cocktail and savor a gourmet dinner on a spacious restaurant deck. 

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Family enjoying skiing on sunny winter day

16 lifts. 4,139 feet of vertical drop. 2500 acres of the best in-bounds skiing and snowboarding in the country. Even when the world-renowned snow has melted, there’s no shortage of fun to be had in Teton Village. After a hike, bike ride, trail ride, savor a gourmet dinner at one of the many apres restaurants.

Grand Targhee Resort

Just over the Tetons, Grand Targhee Resorts delivers powder stashes to skiers and riders all winter long. And bonus - they have cat skiing and a nordic ski course. The Ghee is also a summer mountain biking mecca.

Snow King Mountain Resort

Known lovingly by locals as the “Town Hill,” Snow King Mountain offers much more than wintertime skiing; enjoy the scenic chair lift to the top, hike one of its many trails (head straight up for the best workout in town!), or take your mountain bike for a spin.

Meet the crown jewels of the Nation’s Parks.

Almost otherworldly in their enormity and mesmerizing beauty, Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks defy description. Home to grizzly bears and bison, an utterly unique display of geothermal features, and some of the planet’s most iconic horizon silhouettes: these national parks offer endless opportunities to recreate, relax, and reflect.

Almost otherworldly in their enormity and mesmerizing beauty, Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks defy description. Home to grizzly bears and bison, an utterly unique display of geothermal features, and some of the planet’s most iconic horizon silhouettes: these national parks offer endless opportunities to recreate, relax, and reflect.

Summer Recreation

Those who've moved to Jackson know acknowledge a single truth - many come for the winters, but the reason you stay is for the summers. Jackson Hole is a summer paradise of warm sunny days, cool mountain evenings. Here, even the longest day of summer isn't quite enough to fit in every adventure there is to day in a day.

Savor a picnic and swim in a crystalline alpine water at String Lake, an easy-to-access lakeside spot that’s been a local favorite for decades.
Just shy of forty square miles of mountain-reflecting water, Jackson Lake is ideal for sailing, fishing, waterskiing, wakesurfing, canoeing, paddleboarding, and even boasts a handful of remote island campsites.
With scenic campgrounds throughout the National Forests and Parks, the options for a night spent under the stars are plenty. Toast marshmallows, share stories around the campfire, and wake up to the wilderness.
Wild, native Fine-Spotted Snake River Cutthroat Trout inhabit these waters. They make tantalizing targets for novice and expert anglers alike.
The view from the river is nearly impossible to beat. A scenic float is the ideal opportunity to enjoy a new perspective on the valley, and catch a glimpse of all the wildlife that rely on the river’s flow and take advantage of the fishing.
The Phelps Lake rock jump is the ultimate swimming hole for those brave enough to make the leap. Take a hike through the pine scented forest to this special spot to take a dip.
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Winter Recreation

The magic of wintertime in Jackson Hole is unlike anywhere on earth. Peaks and forests blanketed in pearl-white, fields and ridges look like artfully-frosted desserts. Beyond its surreal beauty, Jackson Hole offers endless ways to channel your inner kid and enthusiastically leap into a snow day. Winter days are anything but boring in Jackson Hole.

Experience a bluebird sky, sun rays bouncing off the glittering layer of fresh snow, and feels as though you have the entire Teton mountain range to yourself on a touring expedition.
Countless miles of groomed cross-country ski trails stretch across the valley, welcoming traditional and skate-skiers alike.
Whether you’re a pro on ice skates and looking to join a neighborhood hockey team, or get your little one started on her first pair of skates, enjoy one of town’s indoor or outdoor ice skating rinks.
Cuddle up under a woolen blanket in a horse-drawn sleigh for a ride through the National Elk Refuge - home to the largest wild elk herd in the world.
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Snake River

Meandering from its headwaters in Yellowstone, rolling along the base of the Tetons and through the heart of Jackson Hole, the Snake River is the lifeblood of the valley. Its crystal clear, cold water is home to the native Fine-Spotted Snake River Cutthroat Trout; opportunities for anglers are abundant. But even if landing a fish isn’t on your to-do list, the Snake River offers myriad ways to enjoy a summer day. 

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