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Highlights in Jackson Hole
- Natural wonders
- Breathtaking landscapes
- Fun outdoor activities
- Cultural city
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Throughout the United States you'll find a variety of places to spend a relaxing holiday in nature, and today Holidu shows you the perfect place to make the most of it. In Teton County, Wyoming, you'll find the beautiful town of Jackson Hole. This is undoubtedly a paradise for those who enjoy being outdoors doing all kinds of activities, plus it's the perfect destination to spend quality time with your family and friends. Enjoy its stunning scenery, interesting wildlife, biking and hiking trails, skiing, its charming town and much more. You can also stay in beautiful and cosy holiday rentals, all with a rustic style, and with stunning views of the surrounding natural wonders.Spacious and comfortable holiday rentals with everything you need
In addition to having incredible views, the holiday rentals and lettings you find in Jackson Hole come with all the amenities, so you don't have to worry about anything. They all come fully equipped in every room, with ample space, kitchen, bathrooms, living room, and appliances, besides nicely furnished. And no matter how many people you are travelling with, there are rentals that can accommodate up to 14 people without any problem. So don't think twice and come to unplug from your busy daily life in beautiful Jackson Hole! Book your rental now!
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The area and getting around
Jackson Hole is a popular tourist destination for both US residents and foreigners because of its immense natural beauty. It is located on the western side of the state, right on the Idaho border and bounded by the Teton Range. There's no doubt that it's the towering mountains that catch your eye once you arrive in Jackson Hole, and the great thing about it is that they're also its main tourist attraction. Whether you prefer hiking, long walks, or skiing, you'll find plenty of options for exploring this vast area. Another benefit is that regardless of what time of year you go, there will always be something weather-appropriate to do, for all ages and tastes. It's especially fun for families, as many of its attractions are ideal for large groups of people, so no one will be left behind. All this and many more surprises can be experienced in the wonderful town of Jackson Hole, the perfect destination to unwind and have a great time in the company of your loved ones.A pretty village with easy access
To get to Jackson Hole you won't have to worry too much, as being such a touristy place you can make your way there in many ways. If you want to travel by plane, you can fly to Jackson Hole commercial airport from anywhere in the United States. However, another popular option is to travel by car, as Wyoming's breathtaking scenery makes the journey totally worthwhile. Depending on where you are, the arrival time will vary. If you're in Denver, for example, it will take about 8 hours, and if you're leaving from Colorado, it will take between 5 and 6 hours. But regardless of your mode of transport, once you are in Jackson Hole you will not be able to stop admiring the spectacular scenery. And in addition to its natural wonders, the town is also a place worth visiting, as it is quite charming and has a lot to see. With pretty streets lined with small shops, country-style restaurants, plenty of parks and a vibrant, friendly atmosphere.
Travellers and activities
There is no doubt that one of the most popular attractions for visitors to Jackson Hole is its ski resorts. And the truth is that regardless of which one you decide to go to, you're sure to have a fun day in the snow. One of these resorts is the Snow King, with approximately 400 acres of terrain perfect for skiing on its 32 available slopes. It's located on The Local's Mountain and can be easily reached by car or by Jackson Hole's efficient public transportation. There are slopes for beginners, intermediates and advanced skiers, and the panoramic chairlifts offer incredible views of the city.Jackson Hole for hiking lovers
However, if you are a keen hiker, there is no doubt that one of the many hiking trails available in Jackson Hole will suit your tastes. One of them is the Sleeping Indian Trail, which is a mountain with a silhouette that resembles a Native American with a large headdress, sleeping on its back. It is between 12 and 14 miles long and takes approximately 8 to 9 hours to complete, besides it offers some of the most fantastic views of the Tetons mountain range. You will pass through lush forests, wildflower meadows, ravines and natural springs, definitely a place not to be missed.
Jackson Hole has been a film location for several movies including ''Django Unchained'' ''Shane'' and ''Rocky IV''.
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Located very close to the town of Jackson Hole, this incredible national park is ideal for a day of nature exploration. Approximately 484 square miles in size, it is home to a wide variety of plants and wildlife, as well as large, pristine lakes, rivers, hiking trails, and an atmosphere of calm and serenity. It's a place you won't want to miss once you've discovered it, as its sheer size means you'll always have something new to see.2. Discover the historic Jackson Town Square
As mentioned above, the town of Jackson Hole is also worth exploring, with plenty of history, culture, and entertainment on its streets. It was in 1934 that this town was proclaimed a tourist attraction, and in the centre you will find the commercial and recreational core of Jackson Hole. From boutiques, art galleries and music venues to restaurants, parks, and in winter, a fantastic ice-skating rink.3. Go on the stunning Jenny Lake Loop route.
This route is moderately short and is a favourite with tourists as you don't need to climb steep slopes to get beautiful views of the Teton Range. Highlights include wonderful waterfalls, pine forests, sparkling lakes, and a lookout point where you can observe the stunning bodies of water. Although it can get a bit crowded at peak times due to recurring visitors, it's still worth a stroll in its entirety.4. Attend one of the Annual Jackson Hole Events
Jackson Hole is also known for the variety of events that take place in the town, so if you have the opportunity to attend one, you won't regret it. Among the most important festivals and events is the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival, which takes place in the town's galleries and museums. Moreover, for sports fans there is the World Championship Snowmobile Hill Climb which, as the name suggests, is a race for riders up a mountain at a high altitude. And you'll also find music events with local artists, such as the Jackson Hole Rendezvous Music Festival and the Grand Teton Music Festival.5. Learn about wild animals at National Elk Refuge
It is no surprise that Jackson Hole is home to animal sanctuaries, as the area is home to a wide variety of species. The National Elk Refuge is home to around 5,000 species, and here you can take sleigh rides to observe them at closer range. Among the animals you'll see are impressive bighorn sheep, coyotes, trumpeter swans and bighorn sheep. The managers at the lodge will make sure you learn more about the wildlife they work with and how you can help preserve it.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Jackson Hole
How much do you pay on average for holiday rentals in Jackson Hole?
At an average price of £376 per night, Jackson Hole lies at the upper end of the price range for holiday rentals in the USA.
Which months allow you to save the most on holiday rentals?
If you seek to get the most out of your money, the most affordable months to visit Jackson Hole are May (£279 per night for accommodation, on average), April (£306), and November (£320).
When does the price of holiday rentals in Jackson Hole go up the most?
When it comes to renting a holiday letting in Jackson Hole, the highest prices are found in the month of July (with an average of £456 per night), followed by August (£437), and September (£430).
Is it necessary to plan a trip to Jackson Hole well in advance?
In order to not have problems finding accommodation in Jackson Hole, it is necessary to be proactive, as 87% of rentals are usually booked, according to last year's data.
When are more holiday lettings available?
The months when it's the easiest to find free accommodation in Jackson Hole are November (the average amount of properties that are free reached 48%), October (35%), and April (34%). However, even during the time when availability is the highest, the average is only 39%. It would be a good idea to always prepare your holiday to Jackson Hole in advance.
How many holiday lettings are there in Jackson Hole?
Our inventory is made up of around 920 properties from 2 partners.