A mountain town unlike anything else. Gritty. Raw. Unbroked. 42 miles of the true west. It’s hidden in a valley, under the shadow of the Tetons, behind the steaming geysers of Yellowstone. It’s filled with wildlife, wild folks and many places you can go days without seeing another sole. Jackson Hole is known as the birthplace of the world’s first national park, and the “crucible of conservation” but also a mecca for outdoor recreation. Outdoor recreation and conservation have evolved in tandem in Jackson Hole, and the partnership lies at the heart of our community’s environment, economy and character.
Jackson’s special wild places include:
Grand Teton National Park, home of the iconic Tetons
Yellowstone National Park
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
Cache Creek and Snow King Trail Systems
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