The summer months always seem to go by quickly, but a visit to Jackson Hole will help you make the most of your vacation. There’s so much to do here, you’ll be able to check everything off that bucket list in no time! Here are some Jackson Hole activities summer vacations are ideal for.
Whitewater Rafting Trip
Are you an adrenaline junkie? Then you can’t miss the chance to take a whitewater rafting trip on one of the top rivers in the country! The Snake River has rapids suitable for a range of experience levels, whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned rafter. You’ll have the opportunity to enjoy stunning scenery all while maneuvering over rushing rapids.
Snake River Scenic Float Trip
Not into the idea of whitewater rafting? A sunrise float trip might be more your speed! A morning spent floating through Grand Teton National Park is the epitome of relaxation, which can be a welcome respite on a summer vacation full of activities. You’ll be able to experience Jackson Hole’s natural beauty and wildlife while enjoying a day of outdoor fun with the family.
Experienced climbers from all over the country come to Jackson Hole to take advantage of the many amazing rock climbing opportunities, but if you’re new to the sport, a guided climb is a terrific way to learn the basics. Grand Teton National Park has several bolted climbing sites that lead to scenic pathways for hikers to explore.
Journey through Jackson Hole’s stunning national parks with a naturalist guide on a wildlife trek like no other. If you’re lucky, you’ll spot bison, elk, moose, foxes, and other wildlife. Your guide will share anecdotes and knowledge about the ecology and animals you see. They also know all the best spots for taking photos, so be sure to bring a good camera with you!
Visit Grand Teton National Park
Each bend in the road through Grand Teton National Park will have you grabbing your camera, with every new vista more magnificent than the last. You’re likely to spot some bison, as well as a few elk and antelope, as you travel through Grand Teton National Park. Plan your visit to the park around sunrise or sunset to maximize your chances of seeing moose, bears, wolves, and bald eagles, or consider taking a guided tour.
Visit the Rodeo
The rodeo has been a part of Jackson Hole’s cowboy culture since the first settlers to the area arrived over a century ago. The famous Jackson Hole Rodeo takes place in downtown Jackson a few times a week, with bull riding, bronc riding, barrel racing, team roping sports, and more. Kids love the thrill of watching from the stands, and you’ll love having some time off of your feet after a day spent on the go!
Learn More About Jackson Hole Float Trips
If you’d like to learn more about what to expect on a Jackson Hole float trip, contact us today at 307-733-2871 or book your trip now.