The Jackson Hole Aerial Tram located in Teton Village offers dramatic views of the valley. A ride to the summit of Rendevous Mountain delivers you to 10450′ above sea level in about 18 minutes.Read More
Phelps Lake in Grand Teton national Park can provide for excellent day hiking. Many will choose to only go to the overlook and return to the comfort of their vehicles and touring of the park.Read More
Join Wyoming Stargazing at Rendezvous Park this summer for a free public stargazing programs. Astronomy educators will use one of a gigantic Dobsonian telescopes to show you planets, stars, planetary nebulae, galaxies, and more! Several iPads with the Star Walk application installed on them are available so that participants can explore the heavens while others are looking through the telescopes. Throughout the night the astronomy educators will tell you everything you want to know about the objects you are viewing. …Read More
Winter’s grip on the National Parks is easing, roads are opening, for Current Road Conditions in Yellowstone.
If you are looking for a leisurely adventure, I would suggest touring Yellowstone and meandering up to Chico Hot Springs for a little R & R.
Grand Teton National Park has completed plowing and most roadways are currently open. Rent a bike if you are visiting the area and take advantage of this unique opportunity to explore the park. People from all over the …Read More
May 27th thru May 30th, 2016
The Memorial Day Weekend in Jackson Hole Has a lot to offer. A full schedule of events keeps the town buzzing with activity. This year Jackson Hole with be celebrating the 35th Anniversary of “Old West Days.”
Friday night’s Jackson Hole Rotary Wine Fest held at the Snow King Sports and Events Center is one of Jackson’s more popular annual events. Hundreds of wines from around the world are available for tasting.
May 28th, 2016 from 11am to 5pm
Like any mountain town with a few breweries, Jackson holds an annual “Brewfest.” The Old West Brewfest coincides with Old West Days, the schedule of events surrounding Memorial Day Weekend. The weekend is full of entertainment for all ages. Sample regional brews on the Town Square Saturday afternoon.
The peaks and glaciers that house the water for local brews are located just up the road in Grand Teton National Park. …Read More
May 21 & 22, 2016
Each Spring the local boy scout troop collects antlers shed by elk which Winter on the National Elk Refuge here in Jackson. After collecting and sorting the shed antlers they hold an auction downtown. A large portion of the proceeds go towards funding operations on the National Elk Refuge. Should you decide to jump into the bidding, the prices are per pound, not per antler bundle. The town square hosts the “antler auction” …Read More
Spring is an adventurous time of year to visit the area. Weather can be unpredictable, but wildlife is on the move! The snowpack provides a beautiful contrast between the valley floor and the high peaks of the surrounding mountains. This year is the centennial for the National Parks System, come out, celebrate and enjoy these national treasures. Exploring Grand Teton and Yellowstone during the Spring months is a great time to be here. Before the Summer crowds hit, there are …Read More
Saturday….May 14, 2016
Snow King Ball Field will be the venue from 12pm to 5pm, the ball field is located right at the base of Snow King Mountain. Just head South on Cache St. from the Town Square and you will run right into it.
The fair is hosted by the Jackson Hole Energy Sustainability Project. For 10 plus years this event has been a fun Spring event. The fair now draws over 2000 participants.
Eco-Fair celebrates …Read More