Why should I visit Teton Village?
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort:
With more than 4,000-vertical feet of varied terrain, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort draws expert and beginner skiers and snowboarders alike from around the world.
The resort hosts a plethora of summer and winter activities. Summer visitors can enjoy lift-accessible mountain biking, scenic tram rides, hiking trails, paragliding, live music, and horseback riding. Other than epic skiing and boarding, winter visitors will enjoy 17km of groomed cross country ski track, snowshoeing, and scenic tram rides.
Mangy Moose Saloon:
Probably the most well known destination for apres ski, the Mangy Moose features a restaurant and full bar, complete with odd decor.
Grand Teton National Park:
The southern entrance to Grand Teton National Park sits just north of Teton Village. Open only during the summer season, this section of the park is well known for wildlife viewing, the Rockefeller Center, and hiking trails via the Death Canyon Trailhead.
Where is Teton Village?
It is easy to find Teton Village, just “head for the hills”. Actually, you are headed to the east slope of the Teton Mountain Range. Take WY 22 out of Jackson to the junction of WY 22 and WY-390 – a distance of approximately 5 miles. Turn onto WY-390 and go another 6 miles and the village will be obvious on your left.
What sort of services and amenities does Teton Village offer?
Situated at the base of the mountain is the Swiss-style Teton Village, Wyoming, better known as the "Vil." Everything one needs for a great Teton Village Wyoming vacation is crowded together here: espresso stands, restaurants, après-ski bars, live music, gift shop, storage lockers, ski and snowboard shops, and more. There are many lodging options and services include a post office, bank, a small grocery store, child care, and gear rentals.