Thank you for visiting our site. Jackson Hole is a magical place and we would like to help you own a part of it.
If this is your first visit, please take your time and look around. We've tried to make plenty of information and resources available to you. If you're a return visitor, thank you for coming back.
Please let us know if we can help with any of your real estate needs.
Video of crazy windstorm at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort on 3-30-2010
Skiing JH Backcountry 1-19-2011:
Golf is a real delight in Jackson Hole. Crisp mountain air, bueatifully manicured courses, and the Teton Range as a backdrop. Better yet, our 6,200 foot elevation assures that your drives will go further!
There are currently two highly-rated courses that provide public tee times by reservation; Teton Pines and Jackson Hole Golf and Tennis, with a third currently working through the development stage. In addition, there are two private courses with homes, homesites and cabins available; Three Creeks Ranch is just southwest of the town of Jackson.
The other private club is perhaps the most exciting golf opportunity in the history of Jackson Hole. Shooting Star Jackson Hole is a magnificent new Tom Fazio course right at the base of the Teton Village and the Jackson Hole ski resort. Homesites, townhomes, and cabins are now available for purchase. Please contact us to learn more about this outstanding opportunity or properties at or near any of the other great courses.
Wildlife Viewing and Photography
The variety of wildlife and scenery in the tri-corner area is simply unbelievable. All four seasons have special wonders. From the soaring peaks of the Grand Teton range to the geysers, thermal features, and waterfalls of Yellowstone National Park, this area is a photographer's paradise. There may be no better place in North America to view wolves, bears, elk, bison, small mammals, birds and migratory waterfowl. With the reintroduction of wolves to the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem ten years ago, wildlife expeditions now give all of us the opportunity to see America's most thrilling (and controversial) predator in the wild.
The three states of Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho offer unmatched choices for flyfishing. From big brawny rivers like the Snake, the Green, the Madison and the Yellowstone, to technical waters like the Henry's Fork, Silver Creek, and Flat Creek, the selections can delight you for decades. Our area is home to outstanding fly shops and some of the finest guides to be found in North America.
The Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is universally regarded as one of the finest ski resorts in the world. With an average of more than 400 inches of snow per year and a seemingly endless array of trails, bowls, ridges and couloirs, Jackson Hole offers fun and exciting terrain for skiers of any level.
Grand Targhee Ski Resort is a short drive or bus trip from Jackson Hole and offers another world-renowned skiing experience. Skiers are drawn to the deep, light powder that blankets this flank of the Tetons.
When you ski here, try Teton Village Sports, Jackson Hole's finest ski shop. Bob likes Head skis and Andy uses Volkl. Both of us use Tecnica ski boots. Give 'em a try at TVS.
Hiking is the universal activity. It brings a family together. Young or old, fit or, ummm, sedentary, anyone can enjoy a walk along our streams or through our mountains. Little more than a good pair of shoes can unlock the beauty and majesty of the West. Or if you prefer, you can arrange guided hikes in Jackson Hole.As time goes by, we'll post a link to recommended hikes in the Jackson Hole and the surrounding states.
Fabulous fun for everyone. The Snake River,one of America's most famous wild rivers, crashes through the Snake River Canyon just outside the town of Jackson. Experienced river guides will take you safely through big rapids like Lunch Counter and Big Kahuna. One of Jackson Hole's most popular summer activities.
For those who choose to view Jackson Hole from the back of a horse, there are endless opportunities. Dude ranches, trail rides, equestrian centers, and private riding are all available here. Horses have played a vital role in these mountains for hundreds of years.