• Winter

There is no place in the world like Jackson Hole in the winter. It is a sublime season, the air so clean and fine it sparkles. Winter is a fresh page in Wyoming, inscribed with the calligraphy of ski trails and snowshoe tracks, and the endless, magical white of unbroken terrain. Out here in winter, you come alive. Below are a few of our favorite winter activities, insights from area locals, and possible itineraries for inspiration. Whatever you choose to do – even if it is just sitting by the fire with a good book – our concierge service is here to make your visit an extraordinary one.

Winter Adrenaline

There’s a reason big mountain adventure films are often filmed in Jackson and that many professional, extreme sport athletes call Jackson home. There is no shortage of winter activities to get your adrenaline pumping. The over 500 inches of snow, expansive big mountain terrain for skiing and riding, lift-served access to the back county, not to mention the infamous Corbett’s couloir, together create the ideal opportunity to test your personal limits. There are a plethora of local mountain guides whose expertise will help you achieve your loftiest goals, and the majestic Tetons have a way of inspiring all to challenge themselves to reach for the stars (literally and figuratively). A fully equipped, luxury home at the base of the slopes is perfect for recharging, relaxing and rejuvenating so you can do it all again tomorrow.

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What could be more romantic than snuggling close on a horse-drawn sleigh ride on a crisp, winter evening, followed by a fabulous dinner next to a crackling fireplace? How about cross-country skiing or snow shoeing through Grand Teton National Park, followed by a soak in the hot tub and an in-residence couples massage? Spending the day skiing together can also be a great way to re-connect while getting the hearts pumping in the fresh, mountain air. Or spend an afternoon strolling the galleries and shops on the town square, lunch with a stunning view at The National Museum of Wildlife Arts’ on-site Palate is not to be missed. There is no shortage of quaint and cozy spots to reserve a table for 2, and enjoy a locally sourced meal, save room for dessert.

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Family Reunion

Jackson is truly a winter wonderland, with an average snowfall of over 500 inches of fluffy powder, home to Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, a premier family resort with a world class ski & snowboard school, uncrowded slopes and a wide array of kid-friendly terrain. Jackson also offers a wide array of off-the-slope activities including snowmobiling, dog-sledding, cross country skiing, snow shoeing, and wildlife viewing. Downtown Jackson has lots of family friendly activities such as riding the Cowboy Coaster at Snow King, a children’s museum, and a sleigh ride on the Elk Refuge. Don’t forget to leave time for sitting by the fire with hot cocoa and s’mores.

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The Clear Creek Group Villa Rental & Concierge Team can arrange everything for you, so all you have to think about is fun. Just give us a call.  307-732-3400 | 877-427-3400 | info@tccgjh.com

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What’s the best weekend to enjoy a guys’ trip in the winter in Jackson?

“The perfect weekend for a guys’ trip to Jackson Hole is definitely Super Bowl Weekend. The crowds are minimal, the snow is great, and what’s better than watching the Super Bowl with your friends in a house with an expertly designed media room after an epic day of skiing?”

Dean Judson | Senior Villa Rental Agent

“In winter, skiing at JHMR is a must. I encourage beginners or anyone who has not skied a big mountain to take a lesson to start, the ski school is amazing for kids and adults. Showing friends around the mountain is always rewarding, as you get to experience the incredible terrain, views and powdery snow through new eyes. Waffles at the top of the tram are also a must, and music under the tram on a sunny spring day is always fun.”

Laura Cuddie | Director of Marketing & Development


What is your favorite “must-experience” for visitors?