Winter Itineraries for Non-skiers
Jackson Hole is a premier winter destination for skiers and non-skiers alike. Located at the southern entrance of both Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Park, Jackson offers a true winter escape for anyone looking for a memorable, snow-filled vacation.
4 Night/ 3 Day Vacation
Start your trip by exploring some of the incredible national park land. Take a snowmobile tour of Yellowstone National Park or a dog sled tour to Granite Hot Springs. On day two let a guide show you the natural beauty of the area on a wildlife tour snowshoe tour. Area experts can tell you about the wildlife, flora and fauna. Finish off one of your days with a beautiful dinner sleigh ride in the hills surrounding Jackson Hole.
5 Night / 4 Day Vacation
From the comfort of a warm snowcoach or the adventurous seat of a snowmobile, check out the area from a truly unique perspective when you take a snowcoach or snowmobile tour of Yellowstone National Park. On day two, take drive your own team of dogs on a dog sled trip to Granite Hot Springs. After that, see even more wildlife with a sleigh ride across the National Elk Refuge. Follow that up with some more sleigh ride time on a dinner sleigh ride. Day three, join an expert guide on a snowshoe tour where you'll learn about the geological history of the area. Don't miss the National Museum of Wildlife Art, which features globally acclaimed exhibits from wildlife artists.
6 Night / 7 Day Vacation
Choose from a variety of Jackson Hole lodging options. There's something for every budget in Jackson Hole. Leave your home away from home for a snowmobile or snowcoach tour. There are many options to choose from; choose a destination that's right for you. Day two you'll enjoy a dog sled trip to Granite Hot Springs--drive your own team of dogs! Spend the evening on a beautiful dinner sleigh ride on the butte overlooking Jackson Hole. For more wildlife viewing, take a sleigh ride on the National Elk Refuge. Let the activity continue with a guided snowshoe tour. Expert biologists and guides will take you for a beautiful tour while explaining more about area geology along the way. To finish off your trip, take a guided wildlife tour. Your guide can show you the best places for optimum wildlife viewing and picture taking. To complete the wildlife experience, head to the National Museum of Wildlife Art.