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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Tours

Experience our unique and unforgettable treasures with an expert!

Why are buffalo also called bison? Do moose have antlers or horns? Who is this famous Grizzly Bear 399? Where do the elk from the Elk Refuge go in the summer? Jackson Hole, Grand Teton National Park, and Yellowstone National Park are part of the largest intact ecosystem in the world - the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. There are animals you can see here that you will likely never see anywhere else. And our history is rich as well. Rich with fur trappers, cowboys, and the first National Park in the United States.   

Jackson Hole's national parks, wildlife, history, and photographic opportunities combine to make our professionally guided tours must-dos. Explore the area by boat, on foot, by car, bike and from the air! Choose from tours that are self-guided, private and customized, family friendly or specific to looking for wildlife or botany. Tours offer endless opportunities for photography with unique and unsurpassed options that showcase our heritage. In addition to bike tours, boat tours, and hiking tours, in the winter, try a dog sled tour, snowmobile tour, or snowshoe and crosscountry ski tour!