JACKSON HOLE SUMMER TRAVEL TIPS
Places to stay:
The Alpine House is an adorable bed and breakfast in town, near the town square and always has delicious treats.
Hotel Jackson is also a wonderful in-town option, and is newly built.
Cowboy Coffee has great coffee and amazing breakfast sandwiches and muffins. (great for breakfast)
Utilete has delicious grab and go meals. Don't be fooled by thinking it's a clothing store, it's an uncrowded fast way to pick up a bite. Owners Eric and Zarina are just lovely as well. (great for lunch)
Hatch has great tacos and margaritas. Locally owned, great outdoor seating near the square. (great for dinner)
The Grill at the Amangani has breathtaking views for special occasion/more formal dining. (dinner. Other suggestions are casual this option is less so.)
For men, New West Knifeworks is so cool!
For everyone, Made is full of great local items.
The Brookover Gallery is my favorite, you must see these stunning photos.
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort has great options for family fun and kids. Biking, hiking, via ferrata, ride the gondola to happy hour. Strongly recommend margaritas on the deck of the Four Seasons while you are in Teton Village.
Rent bikes at Dornan's and bike to Jenny Lake. This saves you the stress of parking and is great for the environment. At the lake, boat rides and canoe rentals are available as well as hiking.
Whitewater rafting with Barker Ewing
Scenic float trips with Barker Ewing (these are two completely different companies fyi, ask me about it next time I see you.)
In Jackson, you are very near Idaho and it's a great scenic drive over Teton Pass.
Keep an eye on the Jackson Hole Daily newspaper, it's free around town and can alert you to fun local events.
Need groceries? The Jackson Whole Grocer is locally owned by a lovely couple and has great organic options.
Thinking of having an event or wedding in Jackson Hole? The Diamond Cross Ranch is unlike anywhere else, and owned by the wonderful Grant and Jane Golliher.