There’s nothing like the raw beauty of the Grand Tetons in any season. Somehow nature is grander here.
If you enjoy the outdoors, you will love Jackson Hole. Both summer and winter seasons are filled with wildlife, activities and adventure. Summer offers horseback riding, hiking, cycling, fishing and wildlife watching. Winter brings snowshoeing, snowmobiling and some of the best skiing in the planet. Year-round, Jackson Hole is an enchanting paradise. Jackson Hole is also a casual western town, so leave your coat and tie in the closet.
It’s been said that Jackson Hole has the heart of a cowboy and the soul of a city with a whole lot of charm in between. And your Time & Place luxury vacation home is the perfect spot to take it all in.
Time & Place Concierges delight in creating unique experiences for our guests. Here’s what we could do for you:
Nothing should get in the way of your perfect experience. Check these helpful tips for ensuring a smooth journey.VIEW LIST
The weather changes quickly in the mountains. In summer months, expect afternoon showers and thunderstorms. Dress appropriately for changing conditions especially when hiking. In the winter months, layering your clothes will give you the most versatility for temperature changes.
Annual Average High: 52; Annual Average Low: 22
Annual Precipitation: 21.5 inches
The elevation in Jackson Hole, Wyoming is 10,600 feet. As a person climbs to higher elevations the air becomes thinner. In Jackson Hole the amount of oxygen in the air is 30 percent less than that of sea level and the humidity is 50 percent less. Most visitors can expect some degree of change in their bodies. Symptoms range from restlessness, to shortness of breath, coughing, dizziness, headaches and increases in heart rate. To avoid the symptoms make sure you are well rested prior to arriving. On arrival in the valley, rest appropriately and don’t overexert yourself. Avoid alcohol and caffeine and increase your water intake by 50 percent.
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Jackson Hole, Wyoming is in the Mountain Standard Time Zone and practices Daylight Saving Time.
If you are traveling with prescription medicines, carry them in their original containers and bring a copy of your prescription. If you buy medications abroad, be aware that they may not be FDA-approved or allowed into the United States. For more information on customs rules and regulations, please contact 202.354.1000 or visit www.cbp.gov.