Our Favorite Winter Activities in Jackson Hole Wyoming

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A pristine, sparkling, snapping winter landscape brings a thrilling flush to the cheeks and a warm glow that even the coziest fireside or hottest winter day can’t achieve. Humans love to tramp, snugly wrapped, through the great outdoors – and what better place to do it than in Jackson Hole and Yellowstone National Park?

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Our Favorite Fall Hikes in Jackson, Wyoming

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As the leaves scatter to the ground across Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park, one might assume that fall is the time of year when nature quiets down and prepares for the long winter sleep ahead. On the contrary, autumn is a lively season in the wide open ranges of Jackson, Wyoming, which makes for invigorating hikes.

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Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park Tours from Jackson Hole

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Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks are stunning year round, and here at Scenic Safaris we recommend planning a visit to Jackson Hole, WY within the season that appeals to you most. Here are some of the most popular winter and summer tours in Yellowstone and Grand Teton.

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What You'll See During Your Snake River Float Trip

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A guided float tour along the Snake River is a one-of-a-kind way to access nature surrounding the Jackson Hole area. The Scenic Safaris Snake River Float & Sunset Wildlife Tour takes you through the Snake River Canyon and Grand Teton National Park--an epic sightseeing opportunity for visitors and locals alike. Here’s what you can expect.

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Outdoor Group Activities in Jackson Hole

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If you’re planning a vacation for a large group to the Jackson Hole area, there’s plenty of outdoor adventure waiting for you. Where else can you go from complete serenity to all-out wild within a matter of seconds? The Grand Teton Mountains and Yellowstone National Park attract close to a million visitors in the summer months. With average highs in the low 80s, everyone comes out to play, including the bison and antelope that call this place home. Don’t miss out on these outdoor activities.

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What You'll See on a Grand Teton Wildlife Tour

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Jackson Hole is situated among the peaks and valleys of the Teton mountain range within Grand Teton National Park. It’s where you’ll find Scenic Safaris, offering ATV rentals and guided tours of Grand Teton National Park. Take off from Jackson in a luxury van and experience all that Grand Teton has to offer, while your guide provides interesting facts and stories about the area. If you’re considering one of our tours, here’s what you’ll see on a Grand Teton wildlife tour.

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Best Expert Level Hike Near Jackson Hole: Sleeping Indian

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Sheep Mountain is better known as Sleeping Indian because the mountain forms the façade of a headdress and nose. It’s one of the less popular hikes for tourists with most visitors choosing to hike the Grand Tetons. We don’t blame them, of course, but if you’re afforded the opportunity to visit Jackson Hole with some hiking cred already under your belt, go where the locals go and head up Sleeping Indian.

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Summer Weather Activities in Jackson Hole

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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.

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​5 Best Places to Eat in Jackson Hole

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Jackson Hole is a major hub for tourism. Though the town only has about 10,000 year-round inhabitants, another 50,000 come here for the summer – not to mention the millions of tourists who pass through on their way to tour Yellowstone National Park or Grand Teton. Here are five of the best place to eat in Jackson Hole before or after your Scenic Safaris park tour.

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3 Tips for Visiting Yellowstone in Winter

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Anyone can visit Yellowstone National Park in the summertime. Millions of tourists flock to the park to take advantage of hiking, rafting and swimming in the seasonal sunshine. Unfortunately, that also means heavier crowds. That’s why many avid adventurers and nature lovers prefer touring the park in winter, when sparkling snowfall blankets the landscape and you can view wildlife in a quiet and pristine habitat. If you’re up for the challenge, here are 3 tips for visiting Yellowstone in winter.

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Best All-Inclusive Tours Near Jackson Hole

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Jackson, WY, is a skier’s paradise. The valley is home to three major ski areas, with Yellowstone National Park and the Gros Ventre Mountains to the north. More than 2.6 million people visit Jackson Hole each year, with millions more traveling to the nearby national parks. While some tourists meticulously plan every minute of their trip, others leave it to the professionals and sign up for a guided tour. If you’re looking for the best all-inclusive tours near Jackson Hole, here are a few to consider.

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​Stay and Play in Bridger-Teton National Forest

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You’ve probably heard of Yellowstone. But what do you know about Bridger-Teton National Forest? Located in western Wyoming, Bridger-Teton encompasses 3.4 million acres. That’s massive enough to make it the third largest forest in the continental U.S.! 

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​Spend the Holidays at Wyoming’s National Parks

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Winter is a magical time inside Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park. Sparkling layers of snow are on the ground. Streams freeze over, forming natural bridges for the wildlife that isn’t moving south for the season. It’s quiet and serene, the frozen landscape looking like a scene from a holiday postcard.

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Guide to Jackson Hole: Season by Season

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Wyoming doesn’t exactly seem like a vacation paradise. There are no palm trees or ocean beaches, and the mountainous landscape is blanketed in snow for half the year. But this sleepy state draws more than ten million visitors each year, thanks to Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton as well as popular ski resorts. Most of the tourism is centered around Jackson Hole; the valley between the Teton Mountain Range and Gros Ventre mountains.

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