The Snowshoe Sampler Tour offers a unique glimpse at Grand Teton National Park. A professional guide will lead a short excursion introducing you to our local ecosystem. Tours depart from Teton Village, after a short drive up the road to the national park you will gear up and begin your adventure. The two hour foray is an excellent alternative for the non-skier(s) in the group or for those looking for a day activity off of the slopes.
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King Tubes is open. Snow King Mountain’s tubing hill provides a sweet ride. The improved track this season provides an exhilarating ride.Read More
This new and “unique” sport has taken a bit of a foot hold in the area. The bikes are amazingly sure footed and provide a very comfortable ride. Take a tour and have a new experience.Read More
Expert guides will lead you on the adventure of a lifetime. Their local knowledge is key to finding the wildlife and understanding how these animals move throughout and relate to this vast and varied ecosystem. These tours will also touch on Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks….Read More
The solar eclipse of August 2017 looks to be quite an event here in Jackson, WY. With people booking rooms two years or more in advance of the event. The eclipse will occur on August 21, 2017 passing directly over the Jackson Hole valley. The phase of total eclipse will begin around 11:30pm. The duration of the full eclipse will be for less than two and a half minutes. With the event’s totality lasting from 10:15am to 1pm.
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February 24 & 25, 2017 vs. Cleveland
live music will be by: Misfit Moonshiners
The Jackson Hole Moose Hockey team competes in the Senior A division of the U.S.A. Hockey Association. The competition level is full-check hockey. The Moose play a 30-game home schedule most Fri. and Sat. nights throughout the winter on their home ice at the Snow King Sports and Events Center. The Moose have a great local following, as the team often place …Read More
Rusalka on March 8, 2017……..7PM
The Grand Teton Music Festival and the Center of Wonder in conjunction with the Center for the Arts host a number of performances from the Metroplitan Opera in NY. The Met: Live in HD series has been going for over eight seasons.
The season concludes on April 13th with Idomeneo. The series has gained tremendous popularity and has currently expanded to reach thousands of theaters in countries around the world.
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Free programs will take place on clear Fridays from 7:30pm-9:30pm October through April.
at the Center for the Arts
Looking for a fun and unique event for your family or group while in town? Wyoming Stargazing offers year-round stargazing programs at your convenience. Let us come to your private residence or bring you to one of the premiere stargazing locations in Grand Teton National Park Google Maps. We’ll set up one of our gigantic telescopes and …Read More
2017 Races Have Been Cancelled
An event not to miss out on is the annual Shriner’s Club Jackson Hole Cutter Races on the 18th and 19th. The cutter races raise funds for Shriner’s Hospitals. The cutter races tend to be quite lively with a festive party like vibe. Local race fans look forward to this event each Winter, entrance is $15/person.
Drivers pilot a horse drawn chariot down a track of snow. The speeds are exhilarating. This event …Read More
January 27, 2017 at 5:30pm on the town square.
In 1996 Frank Teasley, with the help of public nurse Jayne Ottman, launched the Pedigree Stage Stop Sled Dog Race. Increasing awareness about the need to ensure childhood immunization is one of the race’s main goals. The race is the largest sled dog race held in the lower 48 states, hosting a number of teams from outside the U.S. This year the race course will be taking teams through …Read More