Jackson Hole is located in the north-western corner of Wyoming, just 20 minutes from the town of Jackson. The region’s name originates from the days when trappers used the term “hole” to refer to a valley surrounded on all sides by mountains.
With over 97% of the lands in Jackson Hole protected by national parks, land conservancies, and state and national forests, limiting residential development, this pristine mountain environment will be preserved for generations to come.
A hub for wildlife to roam free and visitors to embrace. You can find elk, deer, ducks, geese, swans and a plethora of other small mammals throughout the valley. Enjoy a sleigh ride among the elk at the National Elk Refuge or go fishing in the Snake River, teeming with native trout.
Not only does Wyoming have the most amazing natural beauty imaginable, it also hosts world-class events and year-round festivals to leave your vacation with an experience you’ll remember for years to come.
The busiest season in Jackson Hole is the summer, particularly in July and August where visitors can enjoy temperatures between 70°F and 90°F. September is still summery in temperature (besides cold nights), but is quieter. Winter runs from December through mid-April and snows quite frequently.
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