Explore The Tetons
Ernest Hemingway, Georgia O’Keefe, and Andy Warhol all found inspiration in Jackson Hole. We’ve put together a list of our five favorite things to do that may inspire you, too.
Our four-legged locals are on the move and now is the best time to spot them. Watch moose munching willows in town, bears bulking up in Grand Teton, elk migrating south and bugling, and wolves weaving through Yellowstone.
Hike the Tetons
Experience the magic of fall in the mountains. Maybe you’ll visit an alpine lake in Grand Teton, leaves crunching beneath your boots all the way there, or head to higher elevations for a taste of winter as you ascend snow-capped peaks.
The summer crowds are gone and downtown is all yours save a few friendly locals. Mingle with shopkeepers and take home your favorite wares. Wander through Gaslight Alley, pick up a book from Valley Bookstore and a treat from Mursell’s Sweet Shop.
Thousands of art enthusiasts are drawn each year to experience the diverse artwork and breathtaking natural surroundings that make Jackson Hole a leading cultural center. Visitors will appreciate the works of nationally and internationally acclaimed artists along with an exceptional array of events featuring music, cuisine, and wine.
Nibble & Nosh
Tickle your taste buds with some of the best food in the region, from Western steakhouse to Thai and Italian. Savor the flavors of fall at Glorietta, our traditional Italian trattoria right next door.