The region around Jackson Hole, Wyoming includes many scenic drives, offering visitors convenient access to magnificent vistas, national forests and parks, diverse, abundant wildlife viewing and outdoor adventure.
Located 35 miles southwest of Lander on WYO 28, the drive to this historic mining town gives travelers a glimpse of the old west.
Wind through the Caribou-Targhee National Forest on three different scenic byways for a taste of the natural beauty of eastern Idaho.
Fall Creek Road is 18 miles of breathtaking views of the Snake River and surrounding mountains.
A driving tour through Grand Teton National Park gives travelers a chance to view wildlife and take in sweeping landscapes.
Travel from Pinedale on Highway 191 past the Wind River Mountains and many historical sites.
Explore the Yellowstone region on Highway 89 and take advantage of hiking trails and scenic pull-offs along the way.
The Moose Wilson Road is a hot spot for wildlife viewing and there are many trail heads along the way for day hikes and backpacking.
Connecting Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, the Rockefeller Parkway winds through the Caribou-Targhee and Bridger-Teton National for some spectacular scenery and wildlife viewing.
For the quintessential view of the Grand Tetons, climb the Signal Mountain road and soak in views of jagged mountains, lakes and rivers.
Cross the Continental Divide at 9,658 feet and marvel at the panoramic views of Wyoming wilderness.
Yellowstone's Grand Loop Road connects you to all of the most spectacular natural wonders the park has to offer.