Rocky Mountain Lifestyle

The extraordinary quality of Rocky Mountain living stems from the fact of being surrounded by the most dramatic aspects of nature: majestic mountain ranges; wide open spaces; indescribably beautiful rivers and blue-ribbon fly fishing streams; thousands upon thousands of miles of fragrant meadows and towering forests; an abundance of wildlife; and breathtaking big sky vistas. There is, simply, nothing like it on earth.

Blue Ribbon Fly Fishing

Here, you will find some of the finest trout fishing in the nation. The Snake River, the scenic Hoback, and the Gros Ventre are just minutes away. The rivers of Yellowstone, Idaho’s famed Henry’s Fork of the Snake and the Green River are easily accessible.

World Class Skiing

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort at Teton Village, ranked as one of the top ten ski resorts in the country, presents challenging terrain, glorious views and the longest vertical run in the continental United States. Grand Targhee Ski Resort offers the finest intermediate powder skiing in the U.S. Snow King, overlooking the town of Jackson and one of the oldest ski hills in the West, offers night skiing.

Championship Golf

Golfing here combines excellent courses with spectacular views of Rocky Mountain landscapes. The result is unparalleled golfing experiences on championship courses designed by such golfing luminaries as Arnold Palmer, Robert Trent Jones, Jr., Tom Fazio, Tom Weiskopf and Rees Jones.

The Outdoor Life

Blue ribbon trout fishing, world class skiing, and championship golf are only the beginning. Try mountain climbing, hiking, heli-skiing, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing or snowshoeing through some of the world’s greatest winter terrain. Kayak, raft, ice fish or play hockey on the area’s pristine rivers and lakes. Or float above it all in a hot air balloon.

Jackson Hole Farmers Market on the Town Square

The market is located on the Town Square each Saturday throughout the summer. It is great fun for the entire community! Purchase your weekly groceries, listen to some local music, learn about a local non-profit, pick up a recipe and taste some great food. Each week a chef from the community is highlighted in our Chef at the Market and they graciously donate a sampling from their menus to the community.  Who said tomatoes don’t bring people together!