Jackson Hole and Northwest Wyoming Travel Guide
Plan Your Jackson Hole and Northwest Wyoming Vacation
Northwest Wyoming is mountain country, where high peaks—some of which remain snowcapped year-round—tower above deep, glacier-carved valleys. In addition to the tallest, most spectacular peaks in the state, there’s a diverse wildlife population that includes wolves, grizzly bears, Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep, and pronghorn antelope. Here you can hike through mountain meadows, challenge white water, explore Native American culture, and trace the history of westbound 19th-century emigrants.
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The Grand Teton range and sweeping Snake River: They're simply breathtaking. Wildlife: Moose, bald eagles, elk, grizzlies, mountain... Read more
There are numerous campgrounds within Grand Teton National Park and Bridger-Teton, Shoshone, and Caribou-Targhee national forests.... Read more
The northern Rockies are bear country—grizzlies and black bears are a presence throughout the region. Seeing one across a valley,... Read more
History: From ancient Native American settlements to early pioneer trails, towns, and red rock canyons and mountains … nearly... Read more
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