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Heli-Skiing: The Ultimate Jackson Hole Adventure

Endless fields of white, powdery feathers surround you. You are weightless on cloud nine, the biggest grin on your face imaginable. All you can hear is your breath and the faint hum of something above you. Trees glide past you as if they are cheering you on. You shout in complete glee, not knowing how to contain your excitement! WOOOOHOOOOOO!!!

Suddenly, the alarm goes off. You wake from your slumber only to realize you were dreaming one of the best dreams you have ever had. Saddened, you wish you could get back to that happy, euphoric, out-of-body experience.

It’s possible!

jackson hole heli-skiingJackson Hole offers exclusive, private “heli-skiing” trips in the backcountry surrounding the area. It entails hopping in a helicopter and being dropped off on top of a mountain in the Snake River Range. Open fields of untouched snow are there for you to carve up and devour! And just when the field ends, the helicopter scoops you up and takes you back to the top!

Currently, there is only one company in the valley that offers this incredible experience. High Mountain Heli-Skiing will take you in the Snake River Range and provide you with 6 heli-ski runs for $1350 per person. For those vertical feet trackers, it’s roughly 12,000-15,000 feet of untracked snow. Lunch is of course included in your adventure and you will be transported from their office helipad. A maximum of 12 other skiers/snowboarders will be in the general region with you, however, there is one guide per 4 skiers in smaller groups.

If you want to make that dream become a reality, you can call our reservations to book this incredible, once-in-a-lifetime experience. Jackson Hole heli-skiing is truly a euphoric experience, one that will stay with you for the rest of your life.

While anyone can ski at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, only a select few get to experience heli-skiing. Who do you want to be? Jackson Hole heli-skiing is the ultimate experience.


Mush! Mush! Want an unique winter adventure?

dog sled tour in jackson holeImagine a white wilderness where all you can hear is the sound of snow falling, the trickle of the nearby streams, and the footsteps and breath of some canine pals. Imagine being warm and toasty while feeling the invigorating sensation of the cold mountain air on your face. Now imagine taking a relaxing warm dip in remote hot springs and the smooth sensation of a warm drink and a tasty lunch after your first mushing experience. Have we peaked your interest?

Taking a dog sled tour in Jackson Hole will give you that very experience. There are currently two companies that run these sorts of tours through the valley and we highly recommend both. These dog sled tours are a unique experience in Jackson Hole, an adventure that not many have discovered at this point.

Both Continental Divide Dogsled Adventures and Jackson Hole Iditarod Sled Dog Tours, Inc. offer half-day and day trips in the valley. If you are looking for overnight adventures, you can take a tour with Continental Divide Dogsled Adventures as they travel up to Togwotee Mountain Lodge and Brooks Lake Lodge. Alternatively, JH Iditarod Sled Dog Tours offer full and half day tours to Granite Hot Springs, also a once in a lifetime opportunity.

The dogs at both of these companies are extremely athletic and train to race in the Iditarod. They are either Alaskan Huskies or Eskimo work dogs, all with great dispositions and stamina.  You will be bundled in warm blankets as they race you down the trails at dog speed. You can even see dog sledding in action between January 26th and February 3rd when the Pedigree Stage Stop Race travels through the town of Jackson.

Whether you are new to the area or just stopping through, a dog sled tour in Jackson Hole is a unique experience, unlike any others. JH Reservations can gladly help book you this fascinating and invigorating experience.


Insider Information on Snowmobiling Tours in Jackson Hole

snowmobiling tours in jackson holeAre you looking into snowmobiling tours in Jackson Hole for your upcoming visit? We have a few tips to help you with your decision. We can also point you in the direction of the most popular spots for snowmobiling tours in Jackson Hole. A snowmobile tour through this area is a once in a lifetime opportunity.

A couple of things to consider:

  • Do you have your own gear or would you need to borrow some? (ie a thermal snowsuit, goggles, a beacon, and gloves)
  • Do you want to go off-trail or on a trail?
  • How long of a trip would you like to go on?

Most of the shops in town, up at Togwotee Pass, in West Yellowstone, and at Flagg Ranch will rent you a full bodysuit set-up that will keep you warm throughout the day. We would recommend that you wear several layers so you can adjust your warmth throughout the day. Goggles, gloves, a warm hat and warm boots are essential. It is also especially important to have an avalanche beacon, probe, and shovel if you plan to go off trail without a guide.

snowmobiling tours in yellowstoneIn Jackson Hole, there are snowmobiling tours both in Yellowstone National Park and in Bridger National Forest. You can also travel outside of the valley to more open spaces near Bondurant, Alpine, and over in Teton Valley, Idaho. If you would like a faster, on-trail tour with the potential to see natural geological features and wildlife, we would recommend a tour to Yellowstone. If you are looking to go off-trail and to play around in the snow at a slower pace, we would recommend going on a tour in Bridger-Teton National Forest. There’s also an option to rent your own snowmobiles and travel to Granite Hot Springs or tour around up at Togwotee Pass. If you choose option 3, make sure you have some understanding of avalanches and safe pitches to travel on before you go.  

Yellowstone snowmobile tours are full day excursions and will include a lunch break up at Old Faithful (a reliable geyser in the park that goes off roughly every 1 ½ -2 hours). There are also overnight trips up in Yellowstone which can truly be a magical experience. The ability to potentially see buffalo, wolves and other little creatures increase dramatically in Yellowstone, although there is potential to see wildlife up at Togwotee Pass as well. At Togwotee Pass, there are a handful of companies that run day tours and you can also rent snowmobiles for ½ days. There is also a wide variety of skill levels and the Togwotee Mountain Lodge will set you up with the right trail for your skill level. This lodge also has several packaged deals, allowing you to do a multi-night stay. If you are planning to rent your own gear, we would suggest you plan to spend several hours, including travel time, as both Granite Hot Springs and the Gros Ventres take about an hour to get to.

A couple other tips:

  • Request thumb heaters. This is a necessity for the happiness of your thumbs!
  • Bring plenty of water and snacks. You can always throw a backpack on the tail of the machine.
  • Layer up. Weather in Jackson Hole can change quickly so be prepared.
  • Check the weather and the avalanche report. Getting to play in fresh, new snow is the best!
  • Plan your snowmobile trip to Yellowstone far in advance. There are a limited number of permits to this pristine magical place in the winter!

Snowmobiling tours in Jackson Hole are a great way to take a break from the fresh powdery skiing we have (if you want one). It’s also a great way to see more of the valley and get some great photos of the Tetons and our resident wildlife.

Skiing in Jackson Hole

Are you ready? It’s time to start preparing for snowboarding and skiing in Jackson Hole. The winter season begins November 25, 2017 at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and we are gearing up!

Need to rent some ski and snowboard gear? There are several companies in Jackson Hole that provide rental gear. Check out Hoback Sports, Teton Village Sports, and Jackson Hole Sports located in the Bridger Gondola Center in Teton Village. You can also call D2D, JH Skis, and Ski Butlers to have rental gear delivered to your condo, home, or hotel room.

Trying to figure out where to ski? The Jackson Hole area has three ski resorts to fit your needs and budget. The most well know is Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, located in Teton Village. This expansive ski resort has 12 lifts, 131 trails, and includes a half-pipe and some other terrain parks. Lift tickets average $149 on peak days and $135 for non-peak days. Be sure to buy online and in bulk to save on cost!

Snow King Ski Mountain at Night
Snow King Ski Mountain at Night

We also have Snow King Mountain Resort, our local in-town ski resort. This smaller ski resort has 3 chairlifts, 32 trails, and includes two terrain parks. The lift tickets average $55 per day and they also have great deals on multi-day ski passes. This resort is best for those who like open lift lines, beginner slopes and steep, north-facing terrain.

Finally, we have Grand Targhee, located in Alta, WY. This great family resort boasts the best powder in the area as it is west facing. While the terrain is not as steep as JHMR, there is still plenty of great slopes to explore. There are 4 ski lifts, 66 trails, and 2 terrain parks. Lift tickets range $90 during the peak days. Grand Targhee is about a 1-hour drive from the town of Jackson, but well worth the trip.

Skiing in Jackson Hole for the first time? You will likely want to take a ski lesson if you are skiing or snowboarding for the first time. All three resorts have instructors. Visit the resort websites (mentioned above) for more details. A little-known trick…if you are planning to visit Jackson Hole Mountain Resort during the peak season, we would recommend considering a ski lesson (you get to skip the lines on powder days!!!!)

What should I wear skiing in Jackson Hole? We always recommend layers! We tend to have inversions in the area. You may be super warm on top in the morning, and get colder as you head down the hill. Our weather is typically dry as is our snow (hence the champagne powder that we get!) Breathable down-filled coats on cold days is preferable to wet-resistant wool since we are a dryer climate.

Jackson Hole is absolutely fabulous! If you get the chance to ski or snowboard here, consider yourself extremely lucky. The champagne powder, the steep, rocky, and varied terrain and the long winters make for some of the best skiing in the United States. Come check it out!!!

Vacation Rental vs Hotel

If you are planning a trip to Jackson Hole, you have a decision to make regarding your lodging: vacation rental or hotel? Making a decision about this is tough so let us help!

To start, let’s discuss the benefits of each:

Jackson Hole Vacation Rental

Vacation rental

  • Kitchens are usually included, saving on cost
  • Various sizes depending on your group size
  • Located out in the country or right in the thick of things
  • More cost effective for larger groups
  • Quieter
  • It can be your home away from home
  • Great for short or long stays


  • Amenities
  • Food prepared for you, breakfast often included
  • Transportation to and from airport
  • Located in the heart of Teton Village and Jackson
  • Varying prices

Based on the above-mentioned benefits, it’s safe to say that both have their strengths. So how do you choose whether or not you want a vacation rental or hotel in Jackson Hole? Here are a few things to consider when deciding:

What are the dates of your travel to Jackson Hole? If you are traveling here in the height of the busy season, you may consider a vacation rental. The option to retreat to a quieter spot and make your own meals may be a perfect way to escape the crowds. However, if you are here in the off-season or slower seasons, you may want to consider a hotel with a built-in restaurant rather than having to rely on other restaurants being open.

Four Seasons Hotel
Four Seasons Hotel

How big is your group and who is in it? While hotels can manage several guests, a vacation rental may be perfect for a large family retreat.

Will you have transportation? If the answer is no, you may want to consider staying at one of our hotels with airport service. The airport is about 15 minutes from town. If you have transportation, you will want to consider any costs associated with parking your car at the hotels. Taxi services are available.

Will you have any pets with you? Both vacation rentals and hotels in Jackson Hole allow pets depending on the place. However, the costs can be higher depending on the size of the animal. Plus, you will want to consider how to take care of your animal while you are in the parks.

To be perfectly honest, both vacation rentals and hotels in Jackson Hole are fabulous. You really cannot go wrong.  We are sure you will find your stay in Jackson Hole absolutely delightful!


Why We Love Jackson Hole


love Jackson Hole#1 IT IS GORGEOUS. We love Jackson Hole because these huge, gorgeous mountains jut up from a green valley floor filled with scenery.

#2 IT HAS PERFECT WEATHER. We love our summer average of 82 degrees and our winter average of 29 degrees. Jackson Hole has low humidity which makes the summer and winter bearable.

#3 IT HAS WILDLIFE EVERYWHERE. We love that we can see moose hanging out in our streams near willow bushes, that elk wander in herds around the valley, and that we can frequently see coyotes foxtrotting around searching for a good hunt. Eagles and hawks bless us with fly-bys and fish are abundant in our streams.

visit jackson hole#4 IT HAS A SMALL TOWN FEEL. We love that people say hi to each other on the street, things move at a slower pace, and traffic is minimal compared to other places. Because it’s surrounded by mountains and national forests, it will never become a big city.

#5 IT HAS BIG TOWN AMENITIES. We love that we can access great restaurants, movies, plays, and bands, yet do not have to fight the crowds of the big city. Our airport connects to major US cities.

#6 IT IS FULL OF OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES. We love that we can hike, camp, fish (winter/summer), climb, bike, paddle, row, sail, ride (horses), paraglide, ski, snowmobile, glide, snowshoe, and just about anything else you can imagine in this valley.

#7 IT IS GORGEOUS. We can’t stress this enough.

#8 IT HAS NATIONAL FOREST AND NATIONAL PARKS NEARBY. We love that Jackson Hole holds Grand Teton National Park and it is just south of Yellowstone National Park. These two parks have an abundance of activities, scenery, and wildlife that are not to be missed. Bridger Teton National Forest and Targhee National Forest also provide a wealth of activities and places to explore.

#9 IT HAS STARS! We love that Jackson Hole has no pollution and that you can see the Milky Way, lots of stars and occasionally the Aurora Borealis at night. (We also have a few movie stars that live here, including our favorite helicopter pilot and hero, Harrison Ford.)

#10 IT HAS LIGHT, POWDERY SNOW! We love that Jackson Hole gets light, fluffy snow that makes it easy for us to enjoy our winter sports.

Come visit Jackson Hole. We promise you will fall in love with it!

10 Great Restaurants in Jackson Hole

Jackson Hole is known for many things: amazing views, abundant wildlife, a plethora of activities year-round, world-class skiing, an antler archway town square, and a world-championship hill climb to name a few. But we also happen to have a few great restaurants that stand out above the rest. Restaurants that stand the test of time and have a local following are ones that will make this list. Here are 10 great restaurants in Jackson Hole in no particular order that are sure to leave you wanting more.

View From Jenny Lake Lodge (Photo:

#1. Jenny Lake Lodge– The ambiance and food at this quaint lodge on the Inner Park Rd in Grand Teton National Park is amazing. You do need to make reservations for this restaurant several months in advance and the five-course meal is expensive but well worth the experience. The menu varies from evening to evening so be sure to check the website for more information.


#2. Trio– This great bistro just off the Square has a great variety of food and drink, a fun atmosphere, and has mouth-watering food! Blue-cheese fondue waffle fries, flatbread pizza, and the risotto are a few of our favorites!  A reservation is recommended as this is a hot spot!


#3. Snake River Grill– This fine dining restaurant located on the town square is a Western-elegant dining experience. The menu includes game, poultry, and fish creations and an excellent appetizer, wine, and dessert selection. Reservations are a must.


#4. Granary-This American dining experience has excellent views of the Teton range, great service, and a wonderful selection of game meat, fish, poultry, and steaks. It’s nice to go up there a little early and catch some jazz music on a Saturday night in the bar before dinner. A reservation is needed most nights of the summer, especially if you want an unobstructed view of the Tetons.

Blue Lion Rack of Lamb (Photo:

#5. The Blue Lion– A French-inspired cuisine makes this staple Jackson Hole earn a place on the list. Started in 1976, the Blue Lion offers nightly specials and a great wine list. Try the crab cakes or stuffed mushrooms for a starter, or the mud pie or tiramisu for dessert. Anything in between is absolutely mouth watering (the Chicken Marsala or the Huckleberry Buffalo Tenderloin are some of the best). Reservations are required.


#6 Wild Sage For a luxury dining experience, the Wild Sage is the way to go! Their lamb shank literally falls off the bone and their mushroom risotto is made with local wild morels, yum!! Located in the Rusty Parrot Lodge close to downtown shops and Flat Creek, this elegant and small restaurant is sure to leave you wanting more. Reservations are a must!


#7 The Kitchen– This Asian-infused, modern cuisine restaurant provides a refined, yet casual experience to its guests. Located just off the square, the atmosphere is clean, simplistic and visually stunning. We would suggest trying the Cucumber-Watermelon-Mint Salad,  Lemongrass Coconut Halibut, and the Seared Scallops. Reservations are not required but are highly recommended due to the popularity of this restaurant.


#8 Bin 22. Who doesn’t love tapas? Bin 22 is a cozy restaurant with a large selection of wine that you can pick out yourself. The atmosphere is always buzzing and the great selection of cheeses and elegant meats are divine! Try the meatballs, they are delicious! Reservations are suggested but not required.

Gather Brussel Sprouts (Photo:

#9 Gather– All we have to say is…Brussel Sprouts. Just when you thought you would never eat them, Gather creates this dish and WOW! Try the Carter Country Burger or the Hazelnut Crusted Salmon to go with. Reservations are recommended.


#10. This spot is tough. We could recommend the Rendezvous Bistro for its lively atmosphere, fresh oysters, and comfort food, or the Alpenhof, for its yummy Fondue. Cafe Genevieve offers a great Buffalo NY Strip and a yummy Ratatouille, and both Teton Pines and The North Grille offer delicious food in a great atmosphere.


In short, you really can’t go wrong with any of these 10 great restaurants in Jackson Hole. In fact, we would venture to say that all of the restaurants in Jackson Hole are great, as only the strong survive here.

An Extremely Brief History of Jackson Hole

We often get questions about the history of Jackson Hole, as there is evidence of its history throughout the valley. Courteous of our friends at the Jackson Hole History Museum and Society, here’s an extremely brief history of Jackson Hole.

Jackson Lake
Jackson Lake

After glaciers in the valley floor melted, humans began moving into the valley about 11,000 years ago. Several indigenous groups of Native American tribes would pass through the valley, leaving evidence of their presence (including the West Summit of the Grand where the “Enclosure” rests). Both Obsidian and Bighorn Sheep horns were used in weaponry and trading from the area.

Enter Fur Trappers & Non-Native Pioneers

Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park

In the early 19th century, fur trappers would come to the valley for the abundant wildlife, including the Lewis and Clark Expedition and John Colter (who is thought to be the first Anglo-American to enter the valley) in 1803. As the fur trade continued, mountain men like David Jackson, Jedediah Smith, Jim Bridger and William Sublette spent time in the valley and left their marks on it. In fact, David Jackson allegedly spent a winter on the shores of Jackson Lake in 1829.

In 1860, a military mapping expedition came through the valley led by Jim Bridger. The goal was to evaluate the local resources for their potential economic value. Miners came to assess the potential wealth of resources as there was small evidence of gold in the region. In 1871-2, the Hayden Expedition traveled through what is now Yellowstone National Park and encouraged its creation in 1872.

Around 1884, early settlers began to take up full-time residence in the area, thanks to the Homestead Acts. By the 1890’s, Wilson, Kelly, and Moran were created.

Original Settlement in Jackson Hole

Around 1908, the first dude ranch was founded in Jackson Hole. This encouraged visitors from the East looking for a truly Western experience to come to Jackson and boasted the tourism of the area. From 1908 to the Great Depression, dude ranches were extremely popular in Jackson Hole. In 1929, Grand Teton National Park was formed.

After the Depression and the increase in private transportation, visitors would come to the valley on road trips. They were attracted to the abundant wildlife, beautiful scenery and wild west nature of the valley, as many are today.

For a complete history of Jackson Hole, it’s best to visit the Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum. This trove of great information will be sure to fill you with all the knowledge you need to understand the history of this great valley.

10 Days and Counting until the Path of Totality!

We are getting excited, are you? A good part of Jackson Hole is in the Path of Totality of the Total Solar Eclipse on August 21st. That means that there will be complete darkness in the valley anywhere from 30 seconds to 2 minutes and 33 seconds. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity!

We did want to post some guidelines to keep everyone’s eyes safe during the eclipse. The last thing we would want is for anyone to have an unpleasant visit to the hospital or eye doctor in Jackson. Furthermore, how would you look at all our gorgeous mountains and wildlife if your eyes were hurt?

After doing a little research, NASA suggested that you should use eclipse glasses or an alternate indirect way of looking at the sun up until the time of the total solar eclipse. After all, you do not want to burn your retinas!

The key is knowing when it is safe to remove your glasses. When the sun moves behind the moon, these flashes of light called “Baily’s Beads” will form on the moon. They will look like a diamond on a ring. You can look at the moon ONLY WHEN ALL BAILY BEADS ARE GONE!

If you are up near the Center of Totality which crosses near Gros Ventre Junction, you will have approximately 2 minutes and 30 seconds to look at the sun behind the moon. As soon as you see brightening on the other side of the moon, it is time to put your glasses back on. Shortly after this brightening, Baily’s Beads will show up on the other side of the moon.

Keep in mind that your pupils will expand in darkness. If you look at Baily’s Beads with your pupils dilated, this is where your retinas could get hurt. Please be mindful of the time and put those glasses back on before the diamond ring shows up.

After looking at the Total Solar Eclipse in the Path of Totality in Jackson Hole, you will have plenty to absorb. The Sleeping Indian will be to the west of the Eclipse, Jackson Peak will be directly below it, and the Tetons will be right behind you. Perhaps even our wildlife will come out to view the event!

Your Complete Jackson Hole Solar Eclipse Events List

In exactly one month, a total solar eclipse is planning to make its way across Jackson Hole on August 21st, 2017,  starting around 11:34 AM and lasting for about 2 minutes. Unless you have the means to be an eclipse chaser, this is a once in a lifetime experience. Many people will come to Jackson in advance to enjoy the sights, tastes, and sounds, and we have thus put together a list of Jackson Hole Eclipse events surrounding the day.

August 16th

Music: Jackson Nelson Band, Million Dollar Cowboy Bar, $5, 9 PM, Jackson

Music: Screen Door Porch, Mangy Moose Saloon, 7:30 PM, Teton Village

JH Rodeo, Fairgrounds, $20-Adults, 8 PM, Jackson  

JH People’s Market, Base of Snow King, 4 PM, Jackson


August 17th

Music: Supersuckers, Supersuckers, $20, 8 PM, Pink Garter Theatre

Music: Jackson Nelson Band, Million Dollar Cowboy Bar, $5, 9 PM, Jackson

Music: Canyon Kids, Mangy Moose Saloon, 7:30 PM, Teton Village

Music: Disco Night, Stagecoach Bar, Wilson

Music: Salsa NIght, The Rose, Jackson


August 18th

Music: Quenby and the West of Wayland Band, 7 PM, Silver Dollar Bar, Jackson

Music: Bastard Sons of Johnny Cash, Bull Moose Lodge, 9 pm, Alpine

Music: Jackson Nelson Band, Million Dollar Cowboy Bar, $5, 9 PM, Jackson

Music: Ian McIver, Mangy Moose Saloon, 7:30 PM, Teton Village

Music: Drunken Hearts, Town Square Tavern, Jackson

Music: Twiddle, Jackson Hole Live at Snow King, $5, 5:30 PM, Jackson

JH Rodeo, Fairgrounds, $20-Adults, 8 PM, Jackson


August 19th

Music: Quenby and the West of Wayland Band, 7 PM, Silver Dollar Bar, Wort Hotel

Music: Jackson Nelson Band, Million Dollar Cowboy Bar, $5, 9 PM, Jackson

Music: Close, but no Seger, Town Square Tavern, 9 PM, Jackson

Party: Wyoming Stargazing Pre-Eclipse Party, 7 PM, Location TBD

JH Rodeo, Fairgrounds, $20-Adults, 8 PM, Jackson


August 20th

Music: Sneaky Pete and the Secret Weapons with Shakewell, Concert on the Commons, 5 PM, Teton Village

Music: Pink Martini with Singer China Forbes, Walk Festival Hall, $95, Teton Village

Music: E.T.’s Solar Eclipse in JH, WY, Mangy Moose, 7 PM, Teton Village

Music: Stagecoach Band, Stagecoach Bar, 7 PM, Wilson


August 21st

Total Solar Eclipse, 10:16AM-1:00 PM, JACKSON HOLE!!!!

Party: Roadhouse Eclipse Party, $125, 9-2 PM, Wilson

Party: Four Seasons Eclipse Party, $375, 8-12 PM, top of Gondi, Teton Village

Party: Dornan’s Eclipse Party, $100, 10-1 PM, Moose

Party: Snow King Resort Party, Free, 8-4:30 pm, Jackson

Party: Eclipse Party at Bodega, Free, 9 AM, Teton Village

Party: Anvil Motel Event, $375, All day, Jackson

Party: Calico, TBD, Wilson

Music: Pinky & the Floyd, Concert on the Commons, 2 PM, Teton Village

Music: Isaac Hayden, Mangy Moose Saloon, 7:30 PM, Teton Village

Music: Jackson Nelson Band, Million Dollar Cowboy Bar, $5, 9 PM, Jackson

Music: Pink Martini with Singer China Forbes, Walk Festival Hall, $95, 8 PM, Teton Village

Music: David Gans: Dead Eclipse, Town Square Tavern, $5, 9 PM, Jackson

Ride The Tram at JHMR, 9-1, Teton Village, (currently sold out)

Ride the Snow King Chair Lifts, $125, 9 AM, Jackson

Ride the Gondi, $50, 8 AM, Teton Village


August 22nd

Music: Jackson Nelson Band, Million Dollar Cowboy Bar, $5, 9 PM, Jackson

Music: Stackhouse, Mangy Moose Saloon, 7:30 PM, Teton Village


August 23rd

Music: Jackson Nelson Band, Million Dollar Cowboy Bar, $5, 9 PM, Jackson

Music: Screen Door Porch, Mangy Moose Saloon, 7:30 PM, Teton Village

JH Rodeo, Fairgrounds, $20-Adults, 8 PM, Jackson

JH People’s Market, Base of Snow King, 4 PM, Jackson


August 24th

Music: Jackson Nelson Band, Million Dollar Cowboy Bar, $5, 9 PM, Jackson

Music: Dennis Jones Band, Mangy Moose Saloon, $, 8 PM, Teton Village

Music: Disco Night, Stagecoach Bar, Wilson

Music: Salsa NIght, The Rose, Jackson


August 25th

Music: Jackson Nelson Band, Million Dollar Cowboy Bar, $5, 9 PM, Jackson

Music: Dennis Jones Band, Mangy Moose Saloon, $, 8 PM, Teton Village

JH Rodeo, Fairgrounds, $20-Adults, 8 PM, Jackson


August 26th

Music: Jackson Nelson Band, Million Dollar Cowboy Bar, $5, 9 PM, Jackson

Music: Drag Bingo and the Caravan of GLAM, Pink Garter, $20, 7 PM, Jackson

JH Rodeo, Fairgrounds, $20-Adults, 8 PM, Jackson


August 27th

Music: Mojo Green, Concert on the Commons, 5 PM, Teton Village


We will periodically be updating this list as new events are planned. Check back frequently to get up-to-date information on events surrounding the August 21st Eclipse in Jackson Hole, WY.