Jackson Hole, Wyoming has long been referred to as the last of the Old West - a place where Hollywood Western-style romance meets authentic Wyoming ranching culture.
Imagine riding quietly through a grove of aspen trees dappled with bright purple lupines. The steady gait of a mild-mannered horse helps you feel the peacefulness of the landscape. Stopping at a creek, you might encounter one of the wild residents of the valley. Elk, moose, pronghorn antelope, and deer frequent the streams and grassy meadows of Jackson Hole. Look up and you may spot a bald eagle, osprey, or crane!
While you're here, you must take the opportunity to enjoy a traditional form of transportation: horseback riding! Horseback riding is a popular pastime and fun for all levels of experience. From the seasoned cowboys to young children, horseback riding can be an amazing adventure in Jackson Hole.
Local outfitters offer a variety of options for your vacation adventures. Rent a horse for an hour, a half-day ride, or longer. Combinations of activities can be included, such as fishing or hunting. You can even participate in a cattle drive!