Perched at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Granite Ridge Lodge offers outdoor convenience. Not to mention nature immersion: nestled in a glade of evergreens, valley and mountain views are visible from every room, and a rocky stream meanders through the property, adding a soundtrack to your stay. The foyer greets you on the main level, with chic details defining the experience from the get-go. A rope-slung metal mirror hangs above a barnwood console. Just beyond, the open-concept great room encompasses the kitchen and dining under a ceiling of exposed beams. A stone fireplace anchors the gracious space, with built-in storage flanking its rustic hearth and a prized landscape painting setting the aesthetic tone. Outside, a flagstone patio—jutting off the back of the house—lures guests outside with a hot tub, dining table with six upholstered chairs, and a gas grill. Bordered by Grand Teton National Park, the Granite Ridge neighborhood is known for its luxurious accessibility, with the slopes constituting the backyard and the retail, culinary and nightlife diversions of Teton Village only a short walk away. Without a doubt, Granite Ridge is a formidable launchpad for outdoor adventurers.
With 4,200 lakes and 27,000 miles of rivers and streams, the opportunities here are endless for casting a line. Whether you’re an expert angler, a first-time fly-fisherman or even a fan of ice-fishing, there are options for every level.
Located just north of Jackson, this park features 310,000 acres of lush valley floors, mountain meadows, alpine lakes, rushing rivers and the rising peaks of the Teton Range. This is the perfect setting for nature lovers and outdoor adventurers.
A local favourite for relaxing and unwinding after a day of mountain adventures, this is a natural hot spring nestled in the Gros Ventre Mountains, just south of Jackson.
Jackson is home to 3 ski areas: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, with its 4,139 vertical rise; Snow King Resort, which offers long, steep slopes; and Grand Targhee Resort, for a slower pace perfect for new and family skiers.
Jackson is a winter wonderland so it’s no surprise it is celebrated! Held every February, the festival features a variety of events and festivities, including a sled dog race, ski-jouring, a Powder 8’s competition and a Wild West Classic Ski Race.
Located in the heart of Jackson, this is Wyoming’s landmark watering hole. Established in 1937, it is famous for its unique western cowboy motif and for its western dancing and entertainment.
Spread out over 2 million acres, this park is home to an incomparable combination of natural beauty and abundant wildlife, as well as the world’s largest concentration of geysers, including the iconic Old Faithful.
Explore the beautiful Snake River up close with a white water rafting adventure. Full of high-octane fun and thrills for people of all ages and experiences, connect with one of the local outfitters in the area.
In just 12 minutes, this tram reaches 4,139 vertical feet. From the summit, take in the staggering 360-degree views and then check out the plethora of great hiking and running trails, along with the world-famous gourmet waffles in Corbet’s Cabin.
Rodeo is Wyoming’s state sport, and it is certainly a part of Jackson Hole’s own cowboy culture. Running every year throughout the summer months (Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day), be sure to check out the historic Jackson Hole Rodeo.
Located northeast of town, this refuge provides a home for thousands of elk each winter. Visitors can take sleigh rides among the elk from mid-December through April.