Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce

Seeking Wildlife Photo for the 2018 Explorer Magazine

What’s the difference between Jackson Hole and Jackson? This question is asked hundreds of times a day! The answer will be one of our many features in the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce 2018 Explorer Magazine, the thirteenth issue of Jackson Hole’s premier travel publication.

We’re calling all photographers to share your wildlife photos to be considered for the cover. With a distribution of 60,000 printed copies the cover image will be featured throughout the state and region at tourist destinations and showcased at key national and international trade shows.

Like Jack Bayles’ fox that was featured this year, we are seeking a photo that stops you in your tracks, a photo that calls you to visit Jackson Hole. Whether it’s a pika smiling at you from between two rocks or a bison in the winter whose breath you can see in the crisp air, send us your favorites!

Submit your high resolution (at least 300 dpi) and vertically oriented photos by Wednesday, November 1. Eye-catching photos may also be selected to be featured inside the magazine. Preference will be given to Chamber members.

To submit and to learn more about our highly-targeted, thirteenth edition and the advertising opportunities to fit your needs call or email Elisabeth Rohrbach at 307.201.2301 or

Find the 2017 Explorer Online: Click here

Are you curious about the answer to the question we asked at the beginning of this post? Give us a call at 307.733.3316!