Thriving art, music, & food scenes - year-round destination
Location: ~ West Region U.S.
Story Date: 6/21/2019
Author: Lyndsey Matthews
Wyoming’s Jackson Hole valley is one of AFAR’s favorite winter destinations and a popular starting point for summer trips to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park —but that doesn’t mean that only skiers and hikers should consider visiting the area or the small town of Jackson (population: 10,000 or so) at its center. In fact, art, music, and food lovers will find a growing scene there that’s well worth visiting year-round—even in spring mud season, when the snow is too slushy to ski on and the mountains are still too soggy for hiking. Here’s our guide to discovering Jackson Hole beyond the slopes and national parks.
Place Category: Attraction, Food & Drink, and Lodging