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Jackson Hole has emerged as one of the top destinations for skiers, bikers, anglers and outdoor enthusiasts in the country. Situated just west of the Continental Divide at an elevation of 6,237 feet, rugged mountains encompass Jackson Hole, which is approximately 400 square miles in size.

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort offers lift-accessible mountain biking, aerial tram rides and the Grand Adventure Park. The Snake River flows through the valley and is a popular destination for whitewater raft trips and fly fishing. Grand Teton National Park occupies a majority of the Jackson Hole Valley, while Yellowstone National Park is located approximately 90 miles north of town.
 Mountain Town 4th: Where to Watch Fireworks - ©Park City Mountain Resort

Mountain Town 4th: Where to Watch Fireworks

The following roundup highlights some of the biggest and brightest 4th of July celebrations across the country. Full Article

Total Solar Eclipse to Black Out Jackson Hole - ©Fred Espenak

Total Solar Eclipse to Black Out Jackson Hole

The first total solar eclipse to pass over the lower 48 since 1979 will cross directly over Jackson Hole, Wyoming, in the “path of totality.”

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Jackson Hole: Biking at Every Level

Seven miles of singletrack augmented with a dual-track system offer 15 different technical mountain bike trails. Teewinot Chairlift provides uphill loading for looking for a lift and the skill building terrain park is fun for all levels. Expert riders can make it to the top of Rendezvous Mountain...

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  • Teton Springs

    (866-445-3328), Victor, ID. This new resort on the west side of the Tetons features 18 championship holes and a 9-hole par three course. The course is located 25 miles from downtown Jackson. Clubhouse; pro shop; bar and grill for members; separate golf shop adjacent to the first tee will house patio grill, deli, and Golf Academy. Guests are requested to wear proper attire. No metal spikes. Full Article

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  • Take a Chair in Jackson Hole

    Jackson Hole is a natural arena of activities that have drawn people in search of a challenge or their own personal limits since the mountain men held their first rendezvous here. Spring thaw brings modern day mountain men down to the Teton County Fairgrounds for a reenactment of those early gatherings. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Teton Pines' Arnold Palmer Course

    (800-238-2223 or 307-733-1005; 3450 N. Clubhouse Drive, Jackson, WY. This championship 18-hole course is part of a country club and resort. It's just five miles south of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and seven miles from the town of Jackson. In addition to the golf shops, there's tennis, swimming, dining, and a stocked trout pond. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Point & Shoot: Jackson Hole Photography Tours

    Despite the name, Upstream Anglers (307-739-9443 or 800-642-8979; also runs private wildlife photography tours in the fall. This is a great way to take both memories and new skills home with you. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Mountains of Fun, Maybe a Hole-In-One

    Jackson Hole may be nirvana for extreme athletes, but that doesn't mean the valley is lacking when it comes to club sport activities. There are two world renowned golf courses less than 15 minutes from town, and tennis courts scattered throughout the valley.We don't have to tell you what rarified mountain air does to a well-hit golf ball. Full Article

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  • Fishing in Jackson Hole

    The Crystal Springs Pond in Teton Village is a low-key place to learn to cast before hitting the Snake River. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Alpine Golf

    A moment's drive from the Jackson Town Square, this 18-hole miniature course is landscaped with waterfalls, ponds, and views of the Tetons, at the base of Snow King Resort. Open Memorial Day to Labor Day. Full Article

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  • Jackson Hole Golf & Tennis Club

    (866-915-44482; 5000 N. Spring Gulch Road, Jackson, WY. The course is less than 15 minutes north of Jackson and 10 minutes from the airport. This is an 18-hole Robert Trent Jones, Jr. redesigned par 72 championship public course, with a spectacular view of the Tetons. Rentals, lessons, Pro Shop, Strutting Grouse Restaurant, six Plexicusion tennis courts. Full Article

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  • Jackson Hole's National Museum of Wildlife Art

    The National Museum of Wildlife Art (800-313-9553 or 307-733-5771; is a must-see, with exhibits ranging from Western artists Charlie Russell and Albert Bierstadt to Pablo Picasso and August Rodin. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Take a Hike to Jackson Hole

    If you've got a head for heights or want to cultivate one, arrange a guided ascent of 13,772-foot Grand Teton with Jackson Hole Mountain Guides (800-239-7642 or 307-733-4979; or Exum Guides (307-733-2297;, providers of mountain adventures for beginning, intermediate, and advanced climbers. Full Article

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