Whether you live in frosty climes yourself or hail from the sunny shores of California or the Gulf, you’re still guaranteed to love some fun in the snow – or you wouldn’t be here, now would you? You might be wondering, though, how to make the best of your time in Jackson Hole.
Luckily, we’ve got the grand rundown here. If you’re looking for the best Jackson Hole snow activities, check out the list below.
Who doesn’t love roaring around on a snowmobile, then stopping to enjoy the beauty and pure silence of a forest glen? That’s the experience you’ll get when you enjoy one of our snowmobile tours, which can take you to Old Faithful, Gros Ventre, Togwotee High Mountain and more.
Skiing and Snowboarding
Jackson Hole is famous for its winter sports, and you have no shortage of resorts from which to choose if you’re trying to hit the slopes. Make sure to check out Big Red, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s famous aerial tram, climbing more than 4,000 vertical feet in less than 10 minutes. If you’re afraid of heights, this might not be the adventure for you!
Old Faithful Snow Lodge & Cabins
What if there were a beautiful, remote lodge that wasn’t accessible by traditional vehicles and only opened its doors during the snowy season? There is: The Old Faithful Snow Lodge & Cabins goes live during the winter months, offering cozy accommodations, hot meals and guided tours (or a home base for solo adventures).
The catch? It’s only available by snow coach, so make sure you set up transportation ahead of time.
Snow Coach Tour
Even if you don’t want to stay at the lodge, snow coaches can still form part of your winter plans. Hire a driver to take you around Yellowstone and show you the sights. With plenty of stops and photo ops before climbing back into the toasty van, it’s the perfect combo of outdoors and in.
If you’re ready to book your winter activities, get in touch with us here at Scenic Safaris today. Our friendly team is happy to answer any questions you might have and help you book your tour today!