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Jackson Hole: Aerial Tram and Gondolas Admission Ticket

1. Jackson Hole: Aerial Tram and Gondolas Admission Ticket

Enjoy a scenic 12-minute ride to the summit of Rendezvous Mountain, offering unparalleled views. Listen to information on the history of the tram and resort, and even keep a look out for sightings of moose, bears, or other native animals. The Jackson Hole Aerial Tram will take you 4,139 feet up, to the "Top of the World" where you can take in breathtaking 360-degree views of the Tetons, Jackson Hole Valley, and the surrounding mountain ranges. The tram lets off right next to Corbet's Cabin, a small cabin at 10,450 feet above sea level. Here you can treat yourself to a coffee, hot chocolate, and world-famous gourmet waffles. After enjoying your waffle with a view, explore the area via an expansive trail network connecting Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Bridger-Teton National Forest, and Grand Teton National Park. The tram ride will take you right to the high-alpine hikes, without the 4,139 vertical feet trek to the top. This allows you to save your time and energy for the other exciting activities offered at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, including downhill biking in the JH Bike Park, guided climbing adventures on the Via Ferrata, an aerial ropes course experience, and more. During peak season, your sightseeing ticket includes access to not only the Jackson Hole Aerial Tram, but also the Bridger Gondola and Sweetwater Gondola. You are also welcome to enjoy evening rides on the Bridger Gondola (open Sunday to Thursday only). This is the best way to end your lively day at the mountain, providing the best spot to take in an alluring sunset vista while you cap off your day with drinks and appetizers on The Deck.

Grand Teton National Park: Full-Day Tour with Boat Ride

2. Grand Teton National Park: Full-Day Tour with Boat Ride

Head to Antelope Flats and Mormon Row for iconic views of the Tetons, then take a 1-hour boat ride on Jenny Lake during the warmer months of the year. Discover Oxbow Bend, Pacific Creek, Jackson Lake, and Signal Lake in one day. Begin your tour with pickup from Jackson or Teton Village. Enjoy a light breakfast and head to explore the best spots in Grand Teton National Park. Search for wildlife, including elk, bison, bears, moose, eagles, and foxes. Plenty of photo stops will allow you to snap a picture with your own camera or enjoy the views with provided binoculars. Then, get ready for the boat ride to the base of the Tetons and back (only during the summer season). You can enjoy a hike to Hidden Falls waterfall or just relax by the lake there. Be prepared to be amazed by the beautiful scenery around you. At the mid-point of your tour, enjoy a delicious picnic-style lunch. Throughout your exciting day, learn about many features of Grand Teton National Park, including its history, geology, and wildlife, from your knowledgeable guide.

From Jackson Hole: 4-Day Hike and Backpack in Yellowstone

3. From Jackson Hole: 4-Day Hike and Backpack in Yellowstone

Hike to the junction of Hellroaring Creek and the Yellowstone River, traverse the Black Canyon, which runs along the drier and warmer northern boundary of the park, and admire cascading waterfalls. • Day 1: Yellowstoone National Park After an early morning pick up at Jackson Hole, your trip begins with a downhill hike to a suspension bridge across the Yellowstone River. From here, follow a three mile trail up the scenic Hellroaring Creek Valley, listening to the roar of the water as you go, and access a bridge that will take you to your camp on the banks of the Yellowstone River and the mouth of the Black Canyon of the Yellowstone. Tonight, enjoy a freshly prepared, delicious backcountry dinner prepared by your leader and enjoy the feeling of being surrounded by nature as you get to know your group. Special Information: Today’s driving time is approximately 4 hours. Today’s walking distance is approximately 10kms (6 miles) with a 180m (600 feet) elevation loss. • Day 2: Yellowstoone National Park After breakfast, your hiking trip proceeds downstream over a beautiful knoll above the Yellowstone River where we will enjoy spectacular views. From here, hike on to Crevice Lake and make camp near the lake on the shores of the Yellowstone River. Today’s hike offers fantastic opportunities to see bison, elk, deer, wolves, coyotes, black bears, and grizzly bears. If the live animals elude you, the evidence of their ancestors won’t as this area is a prime wintering ground for Yellowstone’s wildlife with animal bones strewn dramatically across the landscape. Special Information: Today’s walking distance is approximately 14kms (9 miles) with a 100m (350 feet) elevation gain and a 180m (600 feet) elevation loss. • Day 3: Yellowstoone National Park This is a layover day to enjoy our spectacular surroundings with a choice of relaxing in camp, fishing, or hiking and exploring downstream to Knowles Falls (a broad waterfall on the Yellowstone River) and steeper parts of the Black Canyon. At this time of year there are tremendous views of the Yellowstone River as it thunders downstream, full of spring runoff. Special Information: Today’s walking distance is up to you. If you would like to go for a hike, ask your expert leader for trail suggestions to suit your fitness level and interests. • Day 4: Yellowstoone National Park After breakfast, walk upstream along Blacktail Deer Creek to the trailhead and begin your final hike of the trip. The creek ascends sharply here, passing a picturesque set of cascades, before leveling off in a beautiful valley filled with huge meadows and isolated stands of trees. The spectacular views of the surrounding countryside provide the perfect grand finale for your hiking adventure. Special Information: Today’s driving time is approximately 4 hours. Today’s walking distance is approximately 8kms (5 miles) with a 300m (1000 feet) elevation gain.

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Chris was fantastic.Took us to the sites wevwere hoping to see and had time fir good visit. Very informative about history of Jackson and area. Gotvto witness black bear feeding on berries. Finished tour with close look of a bull moose.

The ride itself was awesome with the views and the feeling of being so high up from the ground, at the top hiking was a thrill, remember to stop by and grab a waffle, worth every penny

Saw so many things I never would have seen if driving around myself. Learned alot about area from our guide- Chris. He was fantastic!

Our tour guide was extremely knowledgeable and very attentive to our needs. The pace and options of the tour were also well planned.

Chris was awesome! His knowledge was impeccable & his personality was super entertaining. He hit all the highlight places.