Jackson Hole is an enormous natural playground for both winter and summer enthusiasts.

Jackson Hole derives its magnetism not only from the area’s vast, beautiful lands and native wildlife, but also from its limitless outdoor recreation opportunities. Skiing, hiking, camping, fishing and more are just out our back door. The region comes complete with three local ski resorts, a plethora of 18-hole golf courses, diverse trout fishing waters, and large pockets of public lands for various use.

Jackson Hole is an enormous natural playground for both winter and summer enthusiasts. Some of the most popular activities include:

Back Country Skiing

Enjoy fresh, unbroken powder every run. On these tours you can receive the workout of a lifetime and enjoy runs that few individuals will see, much less ski during the course of the winter.


Winter in Jackson Hole: Ski, ski ski!

Downhill Skiing

The downhill experience in Jackson can only be described as inspiring. Choose from any of the three ski areas and you surely will not be disappointed.

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

With 2,500 acres of legendary inbound terrain, a 4,139 ft. vertical rise, and 459 inches of average snowfall each winter, Jackson Hole offers a truly unique winter experience. Two distinct mountains in the heart of the Tetons — Rendezvous and Apres Vous — make up Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, home to incredible skiing for the past 40 years.

Snow King Resort

Blocks from Jackson Hole’s town square, Snow King Mountain rises dramatically, with stunning views of the valley and Teton Mountain Range. This mountain was Jackson’s first ski area and one of the first in the United States.

Grand Targhee Resort

Grand Targhee is located in the Caribou-Targhee National Forest in western Wyoming. The base is at 8,000 ft. in the magnificent Teton Mountain Range, 42 miles west of Jackson Hole,Wyoming, and 87 miles northeast of Idaho Falls, Idaho. Grand Targhee is famous for consistently superb snow conditions with over 500 inches annually.


The ultimate winter activity for the adrenaline junky.


Fly Fishing in Yellowstone National Park

Fly Fishing

The Jackson Hole, Grand Teton and Yellowstone regions offer a great diversity of fly fishing opportunities, from intimate small spring-fed creeks to flowing, bold rivers. Favorite destinations include Yellowstone Lake, the Snake River, the Salt River between Afton and Alpine and the Green River near the Wind River Mountains.


Teton Pines (Wilson, WY)

18-hole course designed by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay. The course becomes a cross-country ski course in winter months.

Jackson Hole Golf & Tennis (Jackson, WY)

The valley’s first golf course, an 18-hole course, recently completed a $15 million upgrade, designed by Robert Trent Jones II.

3 Creek Ranch (Jackson, WY)

18-hole course designed by Rees Jones ranked in Golf Digest as one of America’s best new private golf courses.

Snake River Sporting Club (Jackson, WY)

Tom Weiskopf 18-hole golf course located in the Snake River Canyon.

Shooting Star (Teton Village, WY)

Located at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Shooting Star’s Tom Fazio designed 18-hole golf course opened in 2009.

Mountain Climbing

The Teton Range is home to some of the best climbing in North America. Guide services offer trips into the Tetons for all levels of ability, and for the beginner they offer several courses in climbing and general mountaineering.

Mountain Biking

There is a wide array of trails for mountain biking, including rolling forest and service roads to “white-knuckle” single track abound throughout the surrounding national forest.

Please contact the Tom Evans team and let us familiarize you with all the recreational opportunities Jackson Hole has to offer.