Wyoming HWY 22/Teton Pass between Victor, ID, and Wilson, WY, is CLOSED
Travelers from Idaho can reach Jackson via US 26 and US 89 through Snake River Canyon.
For more info: Contact a visitor service agent at (307) 733-3316 or call 511 for up-to-date road information.
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Jay Kazen - Bison Mormon Row Courtesy of Jay Kazen
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Welcome to Jackson Hole

With Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park right in our backyard, Jackson Hole is the place outdoor enthusiasts dream of. Breathtaking scenic tours in search of wildlife, exquisite cuisine, world-class skiing and snowboarding, unparalleled art, and shopping for anything your heart desires - we have it all. Let us help make your dream vacation out West a reality.

We encourage visitors to treat our community with respect so that together we can protect our priceless resources and “Keep Jackson Hole Wild” for future generations. Learn more about what you can do to be a responsible visitor.

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The Hitching Post

Owl - Syler Courtesy of Syler Peralta-Ramos
Wildlife

Diary of a Raptor

Gus stares at me, his eyes deep brown and unblinking. There’s something primitive about his gaze. It’s certainly not a…

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Stay

Unmatchable Western Charm

Adventures for All

Family Biking Photo courtesy of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.
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Family Fun

Adventure for All

Chairlift at Targhee Grand Targhee Resort
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Ski Trip

Skiing & Snowboarding

Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum Courtesy of Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum
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Museums

Explore Art and History

Camping Courtesy of Casey Cochran
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Camping

Unwind Under the Stars

National Parks

Steaming Geyser with Moutain
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Established in 1872 Yellowstone National Park is the first and oldest national park in the world.

Grand Tetons Mountain Range
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Grand Teton National Park, established in 1929, lies within the mountain valley of Jackson Hole.