Part of the National Register of Historic Places, the Moulton Barns in the Mormon Row Historic District was once home to Mormon settlers migrating from Idaho in the 1890s.
This 310,000-acre national park offers plenty of outdoor activities including hiking, climbing, biking, skiing, boating and horseback riding, to name a few.
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Four elk antler arches act as entrances to Jackson Hole's Town Square. Each arch features around 2,000 antlers weighing between 10,000 to 20,000 pounds.
Located at the base of Rendezvous Mountain, the resort offers prime access to 2,500 acres of ski runs and 4,139 feet of vertical drop.
The Jackson Hole Aerial Tram takes visitors from the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort to the top of Rendezvous Mountain. Recent riders agree that the views of the Teton Mountains are worth the ticket price.
Visitors to the area ski resorts all recommend to take a ride to the top of the mountains, regardless of the season.
This 24,000-acre of land connects Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks together, killing two birds with one stone for adventure junkies.
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Ski season may be the most popular time to visit the Tetons, but fall is by far the most beautiful.
Grand Teton National Park is home to 61 species of mammals — including bison, moose, elk, wolves and bears — as well as countless birds.
Not only does Granite Hot Springs soothe the muscles of visitors with its high temperatures, its pictuesque location among the Bridger-Teton National Forest gives visitors a view they'll never forget.
Come for the play, but stay for dinner. The Jackson Hole Playhouse provides dinner to theater guests, not to mention singing waitors.
Courtesy of the Jackson Hole Playhouse
Here you'll find more than 2,500 acres of ski terrain that sees an average of 500 inches of snowfall each year.
Bears are among the plethora of wildlife that call Jackson Hole home. If you hike along trails known for bear activity, make sure to make noise and never allow the bear to get near human food.
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The National Museum of Wildlife Art's sculpture trail features nearly 30 permanent and temporary works of art. Beginning at Bart Walter’s Wapiti Trail, the trail overlooks the National Elk Refuge.
The National Elk Refuge is a great place to come face-to-face with Jackson Hole residents like these elk. Make sure to go in the winter, when the refuge is at its capacity.
Opened in 1939, Snow King was Wyoming's first established ski area.
Courtesy of Snow King Resort