Jackson Hole, Wyoming,
is one of the most extraordinary places on earth. Its stunning natural beauty, breathtaking mountain vistas, crystalline rivers and sweeping valley expanses lift the spirit. A variety of wildlife may cross your path at any moment. At the southern gateway to Grand Teton National Park and a short drive from the entrance to Yellowstone, it is part of one of the last great unspoiled corners of the United States.
In summer and winter,
Jackson is a paradise for those who love the outdoors. From June through September it draws sports enthusiasts and explorers for hiking, camping, fly fishing and riding. From December through March, the Grand Teton's slopes are transformed into some of the world's greatest ski runs, with enough snow left over for hill climbs and snowboarding. Photographers, of course, come throughout the year.
Culturally and artistically,
Jackson is remarkably rich for its modest size. Galleries, arts and music festivals, philanthropic events, refined dining, a strong sense of environmental responsibility and a generous sense of community that embraces all who come here are set to a relaxed, luxuriously rustic pace of life. If you come, you might never leave.