One of the World’s Most Unique Places

Jackson Hole, Wyoming is home to stunning beauty, diverse ecosystems and abundant wildlife. So unique is the area, it has been designated by the U.N. and the Department of Interior as a “World Heritage Site,” signifying its value and importance to the planet.

Jackson Hole’s incredible uniqueness is articulated when you consider that it is virtually an inland island. Today 97% of the land is forever preserved in national parks, national forests, Bureau of Land management acreage, National Elk Refuge and conservation lands, leaving only a small percentage available for private ownership.

Jackson Hole is located in the heart of millions of protected acres of beautiful and unspoiled mountain ranges, wilderness areas, wildlife refuges, National Parks, National Forests, glacial lakes, wildflower laden meadows and wild rivers, including the iconic Snake River.

Thriving Mountain Town

Jackson Hole is one of the West’s most vibrant, educated and active communities of nearly 20,000 residents. Expect the unexpected when in Jackson Hole. Here, passion unites to create a world-class restaurant, arts and music scene. Named one of America’s 5 New Foodie Cities by Wine Enthusiast, Jackson Hole has a wealth of dining and nightlife options. In addition, there are over 30 art galleries, music festivals and the Center for the Arts.

The region is a premier destination for all seasons and is renowned for its endless recreation: best-in nation skiing, world-class fly fishing, hiking, mountain biking, climbing, horseback riding, big game hunting, snowmobiling, hot air ballooning, white water and scenic rafting, boating and golfing.