Residents and visitors alike enjoy world-renowned skiing, fly fishing, rafting, hiking, and close proximity to Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park. Couple that with a world-class local art and music scene and it is easy to see why the Teton Valley draws close to 3 million tourists a year.
Known for its champagne powder, 3,000 acres of backcountry skiing, and almost 4,200 of vertical feet, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort attracts some of the best skiers in the world. Forbes recently ranked Jackson Hole as the best ski resort in the United States. In addition to Alpine skiing, Nordic skiing is very popular in the valley, along with snowmobiling, and snowshoeing.
When the snow melts, and the temperature rises, a bevy of new activities become available in Teton County. The Snake River becomes not only a magnet for fly fisherman, but also for white water rafters as well. The opportunities for hiking, mountain biking, and road biking are amongst the best in the Rockies.