While Jackson Hole has long been named one of the best ski resorts in the U.S. and known for its extreme terrain, check out these top non-skier activities in Jackson Hole that you’re sure to fall in love with!
Picture yourself gliding along a groomed trail on a sled pulled by beautiful authentic Alaskan racing sled dogs! “No other method of travel over snow can compare with dog sledding. The only sounds are the shushing of the runners, perhaps the panting of the dogs and the wind in your face.” Jackson Hole Sled Dog Tours provides a truly memorable experience through the wilderness. Full day and half day trips are available. Sign up for the trip to Granite Hot Springs and enjoy bathing in the hot springs no matter the temperature in the air.
The staff at Scenic Safaris are happy to bring excitement and adventure to your winter getaway. In the deep winter, ride to trails through Yellowstone and see the sights including Old Faithful. As winter turns to spring, there are still trips to take in the National Forest. New to snowmobiling but want to drive yourself? Experienced staff make sure that you are trained and have the confidence to enjoy your drive on the well groomed trails. Bring the younger ones as passengers 10 years old and up are welcome.
Cross Country Skiing or Snowshoeing
Looking for a way to go at a slower pace over the snow and enjoy the beautiful scenery? Try cross country skiing on a groomed trail or in the backcountry. Get up close to wildlife tracks while snowshoeing. Book a tour with Jackson Hole Eco Tour Adventures. A local naturalist guide will take you on a ½ day snowshoeing trip over snow covered meadows and through forested trees. Head to Grand Teton National Park for a 6-8 hour cross country skiing adventure. They have tours for leisure, moderate or aerobic interests.
So on your next visit to Jackson Hole, experience winter in a whole new way!