Backcountry cabins are a part of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks’ human history. You can visit them, but no spending the night.
For its cowboy competitors, the Jackson Hole Rodeo is like rodeo college.
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.
A depressed economy and natural disasters have persuaded more than 400,000 Puerto Ricans to leave their Caribbean island home since 2017. Some are making new lives for themselves in Jackson Hole.
Meet seven locals who show that the reasons for moving here are as diverse as the area’s wildlife.
Wade McKoy is Jackson Hole’s original ski photographer.
Twenty-five years ago, wolves were reintroduced to Yellowstone National Park. Today, gray wolves in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem are a wildlife success story, but no less of a lightning rod than they were in 1995.
Teton County Search & Rescue team members would never say this, but they’re one of the busiest and best mountain SAR teams in the country.
Classical music, plein air painting, bluegrass, food, art
Local festivals celebrate all of these, and more.