Those who travel to Jackson Hole regularly know of its endless supply of outdoor adventure. Those who don’t, welcome to the real life postcard we call home. With the Grand Teton National Park in our backyard, summer in Jackson Hole is a special time when visitors cash in on their play hard mentality.
With average highs in the low 80s, the afternoons are prime time for summer weather activities like hiking, boating, and fishing. If you’ll be in Jackson Hole this summer, here are some activities to add to your list.
ATV & UTV Rentals
A UTV is a street-legal ride that seats four. It’s ideal for a family or group of friends looking for an awesome way to explore the Jackson Hole area. Or, rent a fleet of ATVs and take a scenic drive exploring the backroads. These non-guided rentals are available for a couple hours or a full day.
Hiking & Sightseeing
One way to see all that Grand Teton National Park has to offer is to take a guided wildlife tour. Explore the Antelope Flats and Mormon Row areas, looking for moose, antelope, eagles, and bison. For the hiking enthusiast, a full day trail hike offers spectacular views and a range of beginner to advanced hiking opportunities.
Fly Fishing & River Floating
Anglers flock to Snake River in late summer. Try your hand at catching some cutthroat trout! Not interested in fishing? Relax and take in the beauty of Jackson Hole on a guided river tour in the Snake River Canyon. Your guide will talk about the history and features of the park as you scope for wildlife.