Jackson Hole has a rich culture of outdoor amenities. From hiking to kayaking to paragliding, the opportunities are endless. People come from all over the world to experience the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem. But, like many mountainous regions, the weather can be quite unpredictable. Imagine traveling all this way to have your scheduled activity canceled.
While adventures like a whitewater trip down the Snake River or a scenic flight over Jackson Hole are weather dependent, there are other options available that you may not have necessarily known about.
Food Tour Around Town Square
Jackson Hole is emerging as a prominent foodie destination. But, with so many options to choose from, it’s almost impossible to experience it all during a single visit. So why not go on a food tour? Explore some of the best restaurants in Wyoming all while learning about Jackson Hole’s history during a three hour group tour. You’ll get to experience five different restaurants around the Town Square, and stop at historic places in between each restaurant to learn more about Jackson’s history.
Even holding a firearm can be intimidating to some, but fears are meant to be overcome. If you are new to the world of shooting, this experience is definitely the place to start. You’ll be exposed to a variety of guns, and personalized attention from professional instructors will make sure that the activities are tailored to your comfort level and interests. Have you ever wanted to shoot out to 1,000+ yards? Custom packages are available.
True to the area’s recent change to a culture of advanced thinking, Vertical Harvest Jackson Hole pushes the limits on what agriculture can mean. While its footprint takes up only about 4,500 square feet, its three stories allow for it to utilize closer to 20,000 square feet of growing space — allowing for the ability to grow 100,000 pounds of fresh lettuce. Stop by the Vertical Harvest at 155 W Simpson Avenue to view the structure and pick up some fresh produce.