Welcome to West Bank South
Seclusion and wildlife in the southwest corner of Jackson Hole.
Much like the northern reaches of Jackson Hole, West Bank South is for those in search of a truly secluded lifestyle. The Snake River crowds against the western side of the valley and draws with it all the wildlife one could ever want, with easy access to Bridger-Teton National Forest’s hiking and mountain biking. A quiet riffle in which to hear Normal Maclean’s “timeless raindrops” are just a short walk from some of these properties, where you’re more likely to compete with Bald Eagles than other anglers. The town of Wilson, just to the north, ensures you won’t go without the amenities of civilization, but is far enough away to give you the quiet for which Wyoming is famous.
What to Love
- Direct access to world-class hunting and fishing
- Spectacular views of the Snake River and Fish Creek
- Jaw-dropping properties with conservation easements
- Secluded landscapes just minutes from Jackson Hole
- Abundant wildlife
Things to Do
For many people who live in West Bank South, outdoor recreational activities are at the heart of this area. Whether you are an equestrian enthusiast, hunter, or angler, you will have no trouble participating in the activities you love, regardless of the time of year. Munger Mountain and Mosquito Creek offer exceptional mountain biking and hiking. During winter months, Trail Creek Ranch’s serpentine trails through the conifer forests offer some of the most rewarding Nordic skiing in the valley.