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jackson hole, wyoming | TRAVEL GUIDE


All of my experiences in jackson hole are thanks to my dearest friend callie, who has been taking me to her family home since college. I'm so lucky to have her as my adventure bestie.

to eat


Persephone Bakery The best in town for caffeine and breakfast / lunch.

Genevieve Right next door to Persephone; southern influenced menu and a beautiful patio.

Bubba's An old favorite and perfect for a "hang over" meal – the Mexican scramble is a must.

Snake River Grill Best restaurant in town for dinner.

The Kitchen A fun dinner spot, make sure to try the spicy margarita and the fries w/ monster sauce.

Bin 22 If you're in search of wine & cheese.

TO drink


Cowboy Bar Jackson staple, classic bar with live music and dancing.

Dornan's Best rooftop view to enjoy over some pizza and beer after a day in the mountains. 

Mangy Moose Located at the ski resort this is a perfect spot for post ski/hiking drinks. 

to explore


SUMMER

White Water Rafting There are plenty of options for this in town, you can't go wrong. be prepared to dedicate a full day to this.

Tram Hitch a ride up the tram to get a nice view of the entire valley ($20), you can tram and/or hike – it's a 7 mile trek all the way down.

Gondola Hop out at the top for a drink on the deck.

Phelps Lake Start at the rockefeller center for 1.5 miles to get to beautiful phelps lake. once you arrive you can walk around the lake, cliff jump, or just take in the views and turn back.

Jenny Lake Do a big loop around the entire thing, it's completely flat. You can also rent canoes and explore. they have a ferry that you can take across the lake to get deeper into the woods.

String Lake Drive right up to this lake, It's perfect for paddle boarding – if you have the space in a car, rent paddle boards and come here. It's the best.

Taggart  Lake An easy and quick hike. it is one of the best views of the Grand Tetons and only 3 miles round trip.

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