What to do in Jackson Hole when you are not skiing or snowboarding

Wildlife spotting, dogsledding, hot springs, snowmobiling, ice skating and more

The beautiful, picturesque, valley of Jackson Hole has a secret in the winter – there is plenty to do even if you don’t ski and snowboard (or you want to take a day off from the slopes)!

Nestled next to Grand Teton National Park and neighbouring Yellowstone National Park, Jackson Hole offers more than skiing and snowboarding. A quick look beyond the base of the slopes can help everyone find an experience in this dream destination.

Teton Village, at the base of the slopes, boasts countless activities and experiences everyone will love, while venturing into the surrounding area offers even more options. Whether travellers seek adrenaline, relaxation, or something in between, they are likely to find several options during their visit to Jackson Hole.

Wildlife spotting

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Just steps from the slopes at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort sits Call of the WYld offering private dogsled tours with views of the Tetons. For those who prefer their own power to
navigate the snow, both cross-country skiing and snowshoeing around the area are possible with rentals found at JH Sports. Ice skating in the heart of the village is also an easy possibility, complete with rental skates, snacks, and warm drinks at the warming hut adjacent to the rink.

Teton Village

Venture into the surrounding area for more incredible activities from snow tubes and a mountain coaster to more rugged adventures, the Jackson Hole valley has something for everyone. Wildlife excursions take visitors out to find some of our local creatures, while a horse-drawn sleigh ride through the National Elk Refuge winds through a herd of thousands of elk. Those searching for a full-day activity to see Yellowstone National Park will be enchanted by a snowmobile or snowcoach tour. Other nature lovers may prefer to explore more of Grand Teton National Park, there are options both in a vehicle or on foot. Even those who spend all day on the slopes might wish to take advantage of our wide open skies and can book an evening of stargazing with a local astronomer to see some phenomenal night views.

Tabogganing for the kids

Days that are set aside for relaxation also have plenty of options. Spend some other time soaking in our nearby hot springs or go for a snowmobile tour to one a bit further away, either way, there is nothing quite like snowflakes on your lashes. Some may prefer a stroll through Teton Village’s quaint shops and boutiques or take a scenic drive to the town of Jackson to wander the shops in the town square. Of course, unwinding in one of Jackson Hole’s many spas is another great way to pass some time!

Go to jacksonhole.com and visitjacksonhole.com for more information on planning your clients’ holidays and activities.

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