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Four Seasons Resort

Jackson Hole

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Four Seasons Resort and Residences Jackson Hole is just minutes from the Snake River, 1 mile (1.6 kilometres) from the entrance to Grand Teton National Park and a one-hour drive from Yellowstone National Park. Adventures on land, water and sky begin from the doors of our Base Camp.

New this summer

Spend an evening with wolves, gaze at the stars in Grand Teton National Park, take in a campfire Ranger Talk or explore the backcountry in a Yellowstone safari – just some of the new activities you can enjoy this summer.

  • Family Stargazing in Grand Teton National Park

    Enjoy an evening of stargazing in Grand Teton National Park. Travel in the comfort of a suburban to a prime-star viewing location. Enjoy dinner and spectacular sunset while enjoying a specially prepared meal. As the sun sets, guests will begin to view galaxies, comets, nebula and double stars, planets, the moon and more. Our state of the art Schmitt-Casgranian 11-inch telescope will offer awe-inspiring views. Weather dependent. 

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    Kayaking and canoeing

    Paddle and play in the waters of Jackson Hole's rivers and lakes. Choose your vessel: a flat-water or sport kayak, a traditional canoe or even an inflatable kayak "duckie." The Snake and Hoback rivers offer more thrills with exciting, swift rapids. If you prefer a tranquil afternoon, glide through the calm waters of String Lake or Leigh Lake in Grand Teton National Park. For boat rentals, lessons or even a picnic lunch, the Base Camp will happily make the necessary arrangements so you can focus on having fun.

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    Fly fishing

    Jackson Hole is known as a Mecca for fly fishing, drawing enthusiasts from around the globe. Our in-house director of fly fishing offers casting and fly-tying lessons, and expert instruction and guiding on private float trips in a hand-crafted wooden boat. Just minutes from Four Seasons Resort and Residences Jackson Hole, Snake River offers abundant wildlife viewing, unsurpassed sceneries of the Tetons – and world-class fly fishing for native cut-throat trout. Day trips and custom fly-fishing vacation packages are available.

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    In every season, whichever vacation activity you choose, Base Camp provides a seamless outdoor experience.

     

  • White-water rafting and scenic floats

    Jackson Hole is home to a wide range of river-running options. Trips vary from a calm, scenic trip on the upper Snake River to a wild ride on the rapids of the lower Snake. The calm section meanders through Grand Teton National Park, offering unique perspectives on the mountains and a safe way to see wildlife. The exciting lower stretch of the Snake River runs the white water of the Snake River Canyon. Experience Big Kahuna, Lunch Counter and other fun rapids rated from Class II to Class IV, depending on conditions. Some river guide vendors include: Sands, Barker Ewing, Mad River, Dave Hansen and Jackson Hole Whitewater.

  • Wooden boat tours

    Enjoy a private scenic float in a handmade wooden boat with the option of a gourmet catered riverside meal and fly fishing. A. J. DeRosa's Wooden Boat Tours provide guests with a memorable experience on the river.

  • Air tour

    Let the magic of motorless flight in one of the world's most awe-inspiring areas provide you with the adventure of a lifetime: soar over the spectacular Teton Mountain Range in a glider. The tour starts in Driggs, Idaho, with a tow up the west side of the Grand Teton, approximately 11,700 feet (3,566 metres) above the valley floor. Then enjoy the leisurely soar back to the airport in Driggs. If a glider is not your thing, hop on board a Cessna 172 and fly above the Bridger-Teton and Targhee National Forests and Teton Valley, Idaho, and take advantage of phenomenal photography opportunities.

  • Hot-air ballooning

    Fly in a balloon over the largest remaining private open space in Jackson Hole, a working ranch bordered by Grand Teton National Park, the Bridger-Teton National Forest and the Snake River. Enjoy breathtaking views of the Teton Mountain Range, Jackson Hole Ski and Mountain Resort and Teton Village from 1,500 to 4,000 feet (460 to 1,200 metres) above the valley floor.

  • Paragliding

    Tandem paragliding is truly an unforgettable experience. Float over the town of Jackson Hole and its surrounding wilderness with a certified USHGA paragliding instructor who will ensure your safety as you take in the inspiring valley views.

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    Wildlife safaris

    Led by our in house biologist and naturalist, you can experience customized four-hour expeditions in Grand Teton National Park, the Bridger Teton National Forest and the National Elk Refuge. Guests travel in a Mercedes Benz SUV equipped with Swarvoski spotting scopes and binoculars and gourmet wraps prepared by the Resort’s chefs.


    Private wildlife adventures give you the opportunity to safely and comfortably view magnificent creatures in their natural habitat, beyond the highways and in remote areas. Along the way, you will learn about the flora and fauna, geology and history of this significant ecosystem, and have the opportunity to view elk, moose, mule deer, bison, bears, wolves, mountain lions, bighorn sheep, bald eagles, river otters, trumpeter swans, owls and other rare birds. Thompson & Palzkill will customize the route based on your specific interests and recent wildlife sightings.


    As part of the Junior Ecologist program created for children, younger guests will receive their very own adventure pack to be used during the tour. The pack is filled with interactive equipment designed just for kids, and allows them to explore a variety of hands-on specimen samples such as animal pelts, scat, claws and skulls.

  • Yellowstone backcountry summer safari

    Travel to secret waterfalls, geysers and other place not found on any other tour. Guests can choose from the Old Faithful or the Lower Loop tour. Both trips travel through Grand Teton National Park into America’s first national park, Yellowstone. The Old Faithful Safari explores the thermal features and waterfalls of Yellowstone along with the famously known geyser, Old Faithful. On the Lower Loop safari you will explore the Grand Canyon and the lower Falls of Yellowstone along with Hayden Valley.

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    Mountain bike

    Pedal your way through a biking adventure on Rendezvous Mountain or further into the pristine Jackson Hole backcountry. Base Camp provides in-house bike rentals, helmets and any other equipment you may need. Rendezvous Mountain is home to a man made trail system that is largely accessible via lift service. A scenic pathway system is available in Grand Teton National park while over a hundred miles of mountain bike trails are accessible in the Bridger-Teton, Targhee National Forest and Cache Creek Canyon areas. Riders of all ages and levels can enjoy pedaling through fields of wildflowers, along mountain ridges, through aspen groves and alongside rivers and streams.

    Our Base Camp staff can help with self-guided excursions or can enlist a professional bike guide. Fitzgeralds Bike Tours offers private guides to enjoy the valley in a way most will never see. Whether your training for an Iron man, your an avid road biker or would like to tour the local farm system, we can cater the trip to whatever your needs may be. Looking for more of an adrenaline rush? The down hill mountain bike park will promote introduction into the sport as well as challenge the most confident of riders. Basecamp can customize your experience to whatever you may be able to dream up.

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    Hiking

    Right outside the Resort's Base Camp or minutes away in Grand Teton National Park, hikes to dazzling mountain peaks, waterfalls and glacial lakes abound. Panoramic valley views will take your breath away. Explore countless hiking trails, from beginner to advanced levels. For those who choose to go on their own, Base Camp counsellors can provide all the necessary information, maps, directions and recommendations, including where to go and what to bring, wear, look for and expect. They can acquaint you with the wildflowers, wildlife, birds, history and geology of the greater Yellowstone ecosystem. Bring your camera to capture the stunning landscape and rare wildlife. For those who prefer on-trail guidance, Base Camp counsellors can arrange daily ranger-led hikes in Grand Teton National Park as well as naturalist-led hikes into the National Park and National Forest adjacent to the Resort. The Hole Hiking Experience provides private guided hikes in Bridger Teton National Forest.

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    Goosewing Ranch

    Located about an hour from the Resort, Goosewing Ranch offers half- or full-day rides into the Gros Ventre backcountry. Goosewing will provide transportation to and from the Resort, as well as lunch on site. Ideal for couples on a romantic holiday, this area is exceptionally pristine and remote, offering a serene, private experience. These trips are perfect for the more experienced rider.

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    Tennis

    Teton Pines Tennis Center is a full-service tennis club with eight outdoor courts in the summer and five indoor courts in the winter. Open daily from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm, the Center is located 5 miles (8 kilometres) from the Resort.

    Jackson Hole Golf and Tennis Club is open daily from 7:00 am until dusk, offering six plexicushion outdoor courts. The Club is located 20 miles (32 kilometres) from the Resort.

  • Road bike

    Paved or hard-packed roads and trails throughout Jackson Hole offer dramatic views and the possibility of wildlife sightings. Families and recreational riders will enjoy riding along the National Elk Refuge Road or The Pathways. More experienced cyclists will enjoy the challenge of Teton Pass. Adult and children's road bikes and cruisers are available for rent through the Resort's Base Camp.

  • Alpine slide

    On the Snow King Mountain, rising from the town of Jackson, ride the chairlift to the top of the mountain and thrill to the adventure of the alpine slide, a luge-inspired ride that hurtles through 2,500 feet (760 metres) of wildflowers and forest. Your slide-ride down can be as relaxing or exhilarating as you like. You control your own speed – no special skills are required. Slide opens Memorial Day weekend.

  • Helmet Camera Rentals

    Base Camp, our full-service adventure centre, offers new point-of-view digital video technology with the GoPro helmet camera. Rent a GoPro helmet camera for the day or two hours, and catch once-in-a-lifetime moments whether you are whitewater rafting, hiking, biking, skiing or any of the other activities Jackson has to offer. These waterproof cameras are adjustable to fit comfortably around the chest or on top of a helmet. Helmet Camera rentals include the camera; memory cards are not included but are available for purchase.

  • Four Seasons Explorer Backpacks

    Four Seasons Explorer Backpacks are full of fun activity items such as a compass, binoculars, sun photo paper, exploration boxes and more! These backpacks can be checked-out for day use at our Base Camp and are a great way for younger guests to explore their surroundings either with the whole family or on their own. Upon returning full backpacks, these little adventurers are given a souvenir to travel home with.

  • Chuckwagon supper ride

    Experience the spirit of the Old West with a chuckwagon supper ride aboard an 1800s-style, horse-drawn covered wagon. Enjoy a barbecue dinner and a traditional Western music show complete with bluegrass music and Wyoming ranch stand-up comedy. Children and adults of all ages will get a kick out of this memorable evening of cowboy culture.

  • Teton Pines

    Teton Pines is a full-service, semi-private championship golf course offering tee boxes of varying levels, many water features and large greens. This 18-hole course, opened in 1987, was designed by Arnold Palmer. Located just 5 miles (8 kilometres) from the Resort, the course offers a pro shop, golf instruction, club rentals, driving range and putting green.

  • Jackson Hole Golf and Tennis Club

    Jackson Hole Golf and Tennis Club is the valley's first full-service championship 18-hole golf course. Opened in 1963 and redesigned in 1973 by Robert Trent Jones II, it showcases some of Jackson Hole's most breathtaking Teton views. This semi-private club is consistently ranked number one in the state of Wyoming by Golf Digest magazine. Located just 20 miles (32 kilometres) from the Resort, the club offers a pro shop, golf instruction, club rentals, driving range and putting green.

  • Horseback riding

    Horseback riding in Jackson Hole offers the romance of Old West-style travel and exploration combined with the chance to see an abundance of rare and magnificent wildlife. From Teton Village, ride north into Grand Teton National Park, either exploring Granite Canyon or looking for wildlife on the Valley Trail. There is a variety of horseback riding outfitters; all have an eight-year-old age minimum and suggest bringing long pants, insect repellent, hat, sunscreen, closed-toe shoes or cowboy boots, and a camera.

  • Green River Outfitters

    Located an hour from the Resort, Green River Outfitters provide transportation to and from their camp. This outfitter offers a full-day experience that includes lunch at an authentic trapper cabin on site. Half-day trips are available as well; these do not include a visit to the trapper cabin. One of our most popular outfitters with families, Green River offers many additional activities at the camp, including lake fishing. Because of the long duration of the rides, this outfitter is best for families with older children.

  • Spring Creek Ranch

    Just a 20-minute drive from the Resort, Spring Creek Ranch offers rides from one to four hours' duration, offering 360-degree views of the Tetons and the surrounding mountain ranges. This is a great option for families who enjoy both convenience and flexibility, and don't want to dedicate an extensive amount of time to the activity.

  • Colter Bay Village

    Colter Bay offers horseback rides in Grand Teton National Park. Choose from breakfast and dinner rides or one- and two-hour rides during the day.

  • Picnicking

    Base Camp counsellors can arrange for guests to enjoy a picnic at one of the following scenic spots:

    Curtis Canyon – Offering views of Jackson, Snow King Mountain and the Tetons to the north, Curtis Canyon is a short, scenic drive past the prairies of the National Elk Refuge.

    The Wedding Tree – This popular spot for couples tying the knot is also the perfect place for a picnic, with stunning views of the Tetons and the option of stopping by nearby Slide Lake.

    Schwabacher's Landing – A prime spot to view wildlife including moose, elk, otter eagle and waterfowl, this area is also a favourite location for photographers, with the Grand Teton reflecting in the still waters of Snake River.

    Blacktail Butte – This location offers panoramic views of Gros Ventre range, the Tetons, the distant Salt and Wind River Ranges and the valley and waterways of Jackson Hole in between.

    Jenny Lake – From the South Jenny Lake trailhead, a 3-mile (5-kilometre) hike will lead you to the famous Hidden Falls and Inspiration Point, where there are spectacular views of Jenny Lake and Jackson Valley.

    Oxbow Bend – Located in Grand Teton National Park, Oxbow Bend is a few miles past the Moran entrance gate. This site is excellent for viewing moose, bald eagles and the white pelican.

  • Rock climbing and mountaineering

    Challenge your mind, body and spirit as you rock climb in Grand Teton National Park, either just outside the Resort's Base Camp or minutes north in the Tetons. After learning the fundamental skills, from knot-tying to climbing techniques, you'll be ready to ascend an unlimited variety of rock faces suited to your level, whether you are a first-time climber or a more experienced mountaineer. World-renowned, highly trained Exum Mountain Guides are available through our Base Camp to provide the very best instruction to help you complete exciting, triumphant and beautiful climbs safely.

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