15 minutes from the Jackson Hole Hideout
Jackson or Jackson Hole? Great Question! The Town of Jackson lives in the valley of Jackson Hole. Named for trapper David E. Jackson in 1829, Jackson Hole has since become a favorite destination for nature lovers and adventurers alike.
A 50-mile long valley or “hole” in the Grand Teton mountain range, Jackson Hole is at once modern and timeless, bustling and laid-back. And there is no shortage of things to do in Jackson Hole. Log cabins from the 19th century, with classic Western facades, line the Town Square. Galleries feature artwork as diverse as downtown itself. A myriad of restaurants provide a delicious meal for every taste.
10 minutes from the Jackson Hole Hideout
More adventure than you can pack into one day … or even one weekend! Widely known as one of the top rated winter ski resorts in North America, and now also filled with summer attractions and activities, the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2016 and is still going strong.
For adrenaline seekers, flying down winding mountain bike trails, climbing the Via Ferrata or paragliding will do. For something a little less strenuous, why not ride up the aerial tram to take in the 360-degree area view, hike along the Top of the World trail or enjoy a musical performance at Festival Hall or the Village Commons. And the children will absolutely love the obstacles found at the Grand Adventure Park.
30 minutes from the Jackson Hole Hideout
Experience 310,000 acres of pure bliss. Named after the tallest peak of the 40-mile-long (64 km) Teton Range, Grand Teton National Park is rich with extraordinary wildlife, pristine lakes, and alpine terrain. You will not want to miss the beauty and serenity of this truly unique place.
Take your time exploring over two hundred miles of trails. Admire the scenery and wildlife while floating the Snake River. You can even visit some of the park’s historic homesteads and cattle ranches or follow the trail of 1820s American Indians and fur trappers. There is truly something for everyone at Grand Teton National Park.
90 minutes from the Jackson Hole Hideout
The world’s first national park still stands up as one of its finest. Experience the hidden power of a volcano rising up in colorful hot springs, mudpots, and geysers.
Trek mountains, forests, and lakes to watch wildlife first hand. And discover the history that led to the conservation of our national treasures “for the benefit and enjoyment of the people.” You’ll soon find the world-famous eruption of Old Faithful Geyser is just the beginning: visit Mammoth Hot Springs, Grand Prismatic Spring and Yellowstone Falls. Observe regional fish from the decades old Fishing Bridge. Or look for bison and wolves in the Lamar and Hayden Valleys. Whichever Yellowstone adventure you choose, it’s sure to be a memorable one.