Winter in Jackson Hole, Wyoming

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snow-covered rugged Teton Montains
Curator’s statement

The inspiration starts the moment you step off the airplane in Jackson. Breathtaking views of the Teton Range welcome you to the “coolest airport” in the US. Whether you come to ski Rendevous Peak at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in the winter, explore the Grand Teton National Park in the summer or just take in the nouveau cowboy culture in town, you can never go wrong planning a getaway to Jackson Hole.

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Things to do in Jackson Hole in winter null

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There is no shortage of things to do in Jackson Hole in winter.

Ski at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort: The skiing is legit, but there is something for everyone. Whether you are sending it off jumps and dropping into Corbits Couloir, or this is your first time on skis, you will find your spot at JHMR. There is an amazing ski school for both kids and adults that will have your kids asking to go again tomorrow.

Après at the Mangy Moose: After a day on the slopes hit the Mangy Moose for the legendary après scene.

Fat Tire Bike Tour with Teton Mountain Bike Tours: Who said you can’t bike in the winter? The Fat Tire Biking trend is here to stay, and for good reason. It’s fun! Rent bikes and head out to the trails on your own, or sign up for a guided tour in Grand Teton National Park.

Book a Tour with Jackson Hole Eco Tour Adventures and get your binoculars ready: Get out into Grand Teton National Park and the Elk Refuge either on snow shoe or in the comfort of their heated 4x4 safari-style vehicles and hopefully get to see some of the many wildlife that call Jackson home: Moose, elk, bison, bighorn sheep, bald eagles and many more.

Go snow tubing at Snow King Mountain: Bundle up and hit the slopes in a different way…ride the magic carpet up and zip down the three groomed lanes on your snow tube. Fun for the whole family.

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Persephone Bakery: Start your morning with coffee and delicious pastries at Persephone, either in town or on The West Bank. You can’t go wrong.

Westbank Grill at Four Seasons Jackson Hole: No need to leave the village when you can enjoy a delicious dinner at this Four Seasons signature steakhouse overlooking the ski mountain.

Café Genevieve: Enjoy a delicious lunch or dinner at this Jackson favorite, which was featured on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. Don’t forget to order their famous Pig Candy.

Trio Restaurant: A classic American bistro owned and operated by local chefs. Trio is centrally located just off the town square.

Need to Know

Looking for more Wyoming travel tips? Check out Madison Sullivan's guide to a summer in Jackson Hole.

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This guide is part of our ongoing series on travel to Jackson Hole.