Backcountry cabins are a part of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks’ human history. You can visit them, but no spending the night.
For wine collectors in Jackson Hole, wine cellars are extra difficult to engineer and build because of the area’s extreme climate and altitude. But local homeowners, architects, builders, and designers are up to the challenge.
For its cowboy competitors, the Jackson Hole Rodeo is like rodeo college.
A few of our favorite summer things
The Upper Snake watershed is the last, best, and largest watershed dominated by cutthroat trout remaining in the West, but the continuance of this status isn’t a given.
Thanks to the miracle of the Tetons, the landscapes here can make the greenest photographer’s pictures—even taken on a phone!—look like coffee-table book material.
Try gravity riding to have a chairlift or car get you and your mountain bike to the top. Then, enjoy the down.
A warden for the Jackson Region of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department logs long hours and has a job description that extends well beyond checking hunting tags and fishing licenses.
A nonprofit lab in Jackson is closing in on treatments for ALS and Alzheimer’s.