Jackson Hole and Northwest Wyoming

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  • 1. National Museum of Wildlife Art of the United States


    See an impressive collection of wildlife art—most of it devoted to North American species—in 14 galleries displaying the work of artists that...Read More

  • 2. South Pass City State Historic Site

    Historic District/Site

    South Pass City, 2 miles west of Atlantic City, was established in 1867 after gold was discovered in a creek called Sweetwater in 1842. In its...Read More

  • 3. Aerial Tram

    Transportation Site (Airport, Bus, Ferry, Train)

    As it travels to the summit of Rendezvous Mountain, the Aerial Tramway has always afforded spectacular panoramas of Jackson Hole. There are...Read More

  • 4. Bridger-Teton National Forest


    This 3.4-million-acre forest has something for everyone: history, hiking, camping, and wildlife. It encompasses the Teton Wilderness east of...Read More

  • 5. Bridger-Teton National Forest, Pinedale Ranger District

    Information Center

    Contact the Bridger-Teton National Forest, Pinedale Ranger District for more information. Although outdoor activities still beckon in the forest...Read More

  • 6. Dubois Rodeo


    Friday nights at 8 in the summer, cowboys at the Dubois Rodeo kick up a ruckus in the downtown Clarence Allison Memorial Arena, one of the West...Read More

  • 7. Granite Hot Springs

    Bath/Hot Spring

    Soothing thermal baths in pristine outback country await in the heart of the Bridger-Teton National Forest, just a short drive south of Jackson...Read More

  • 8. Jackson Hole Historical Society & Museum


    At this museum open year-round you can learn about historic homesteaders, dude ranches, and hunters, as well as Jackson's all-female town government...Read More

  • 9. Jackson Hole Museum's Indians of the Greater Yellowstone


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  • 10. Museum of the Mountain Man


    Fur trappers were the first non-Native Americans to live in these parts year-round, arriving in the early 19th century when the area was the...Read More

  • 11. National Bighorn Sheep Center

    Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

    The local variety is known as the Rocky Mountain bighorn, but you can learn about all kinds of bighorn sheep here. Expect dioramas with full...Read More

  • 12. National Elk Refuge

    Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

    Wildlife abounds on this 25,000-acre refuge. From late November to March, more than 7,000 elk, many with enormous antler racks, winter here...Read More

  • 13. Sinks Canyon State Park

    Park (National/State/Provincial)

    At Sinks Canyon State Park, the Popo Agie (pronounced pa- po -sha, meaning "Tall Grass River" to the Crow Indians) flows into a limestone cavern...Read More

  • 14. South Pass

    Historic District/Site

    As you drive south of Pinedale along U.S. 191, the mountains of the Wind River Range seem to fade to a low point. This is the area through which...Read More

  • 15. Town Square

    Historic District/Site

    You can spend an entire day wandering around Jackson's always-bustling Town Square, crisscrossed with walking paths and bedecked with arches...Read More

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