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  1. Alaska Basin

    Jackson Hole

    Alaska Basin is a favorite among many Jackson Hole locals. Whether taking advantage of some of the wonderful camping spots with an overnight trip, or simply going out for a long day hike or run, you're sure to find something to suit your fancy in this gorgeous wilderness area.

  2. Lotus Cafe

    Jackson Hole

    Lotus Cafe serves a very wide range of some of the best, most diverse, most high quality foods in Jackson Hole.

  3. Gros Ventre Highline Trail

    Jackson Hole

    The Gros Ventres might not be as famous as the Tetons, but they are a vaster range.

  4. Blue Miner Lake

    Jackson Hole

    Blue Miner Lake is considered by many locals to be the best lake in Jackson Hole. It may be a pretty strenuous 7-mile hike to reach it, but once there, you won't be disappointed. Magnificent.

  5. Shoal Falls

    Jackson Hole

    The Shoal Falls Trail offers a roughly 10-mile roundtrip hike through rolling meadows and aspen groves with a beautiful set of falls at the terminus.

  6. Hanging Canyon

    Jackson Hole

    It might not be as well known as Cirque of the Towers, but it's certainly close in terms of quality. This 12.4-mile loop features a lot of elevation and an equal amount of stunning scenery.

  7. Cirque of the Towers

    Jackson Hole

    The Cirque of the Towers is a truly special destination with world-class climbing, hiking, and backpacking.

  8. Persephone Bakery Cafe

    Jackson Hole

    Persephone is one of Jackson Hole's most loved bakeries, and their muffins are the best in town.

  9. Ashton-Tetonia Rail Trail

    Jackson Hole

    This roughly 30-mile stretch of relatively flat, gravel, biking trail is the closest rail trail there is to Jackson Hole. The signage is a little confusing, but what "hidden gem" truly has signage littered all over the place?

  10. Four Seasons Lobby Lounge

    Jackson Hole

    The Four Seasons Lobby Lounge easily offers some of the most delicious apres-ski sushi rolls around.

  11. Sudachi

    Jackson Hole

    Sudachi is a great apres-ski destination featuring world class sushi rolls ranging from simple combos to elaborate inventions.

  12. Nikai

    Jackson Hole

    Nikai is an award-winning sushi stop that is always coming up with new, interesting and unique rolls that continue to impress.

  13. Teton Crest Trail

    Jackson Hole

    This 45-mile route takes hikers and backpackers through one of the world's most spectacular mountain ranges and makes sure to showcase all of the very best features and landmarks along the way.

  14. Bechler River Trail

    Jackson Hole

    This 32-mile route along the beautiful Bechler River is one of the best ways to experience Yellowstone National Park. Though there are some logistical issues, hiking this trail is totally worth it- a great way to get away from the crowds and into the wilderness.

  15. Boiling River

    Jackson Hole

    Boiling River is one of the few places within Yellowstone NP where you're actually allowed to soak in the warm thermal springs, and it's only a 1/2-mile hike from the parking lot.

  16. Cache to Game Mountain Biking

    Jackson Hole

    This 20-mile mountain bike loop features terrain ranging from gravel forest service roads, to winding, steep single track, to open, expansive meadows and thick aspen and pine tree groves. Only two miles from Town Square, this is the most convenient ride option in Jackson.

  17. Cache Peak

    Jackson Hole

    This 18-mile roundtrip route offers some of the best views in the area of the Tetons. It's a really wonderful place to explore the big country.

  18. Paintbrush to Cascade Canyon

    Jackson Hole

    Paintbrush Canyon and Cascade Canyon are two of the most spectacular destinations in Teton National Park, and the loop that connects the two is one of the best hikes in the nation.

  19. Phelps Lake Jumping Rock

    Jackson Hole

    The Jumping Rock on the northeastern shore of serene Phelps Lake is a very popular summer destination for locals and out-of-towners trying to cool off after a nice hike in the area.

  20. Tram Hiking

    Jackson Hole

    Though some Jackson residents consider using the JHMR tram to be cheating, if used correctly, it can really just save you time and energy and add to your hiking and backpacking options.

  21. Sleeping Indian

    Jackson Hole

    This trail is somewhat difficult to access, but if you can find it (and stay on it), you'll be treated to one of the best hikes in the Jackson Hole area: wildflowers aplenty and great views of the Tetons.

  22. Jackson-Kelly Loop Cycling

    Jackson Hole

    This is a flat route with very little car traffic, making it a pleasant ride with a variety of different route lengths.

  23. Dunanda Falls - Backpacking & Camping

    Jackson Hole

    The 9-mile hike to Dunanda Falls is relatively flat and easy, as well as beautiful, and the falls themselves are some of the most majestic in the world.

  24. Jimmy's Mom Trail

    Jackson Hole

    Jimmy's Mom is a mile-long downhill that features fast singletrack and fun, expert jumps.

  25. JHMR Bike Park

    Jackson Hole

    Jackson Hole Mountain Resort has created the best mountain bike park in the Tetons, featuring plenty of diverse trails, fun downhills, and ski lift rides to the top.