Grand Teton Winter Activities - Wyoming Snowshoeing
The extraordinary diversity of mountains, valleys, lakes, and wildlife in Grand Teton National Park draws millions of visitors to Wyoming every year. Most of these visitors wait until the summer months to explore the park, but Grand Teton is awe-inspiring year-round. The winter months offer a less crowded opportunity to explore the park. The snow-covered landscape opens up scenic cross-country skiing and snowshoeing trails that take you through the solitude of Wyoming's backcountry. Fireside Resort is under six miles away from the Grand Teton winter activities available. Don't wait till summer to discover the beauty of the Tetons; plan a winter adventure in Wyoming today!
Discover Grand Teton on Your Own
The traditional hiking trails in Grand Teton National Park are not open during the winter, but you can still access dozens of beautiful routes by cross country skiing or snowshoeing. The Teton Park Road closes in the winter and transforms into a beautiful cross-country ski and snowshoe route from the Taggart Lake parking area to Signal Mountain. Stop at the Jackson Hole & Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center to pick up your trails map before you leave.
One of the best ways to experience Grand Teton winter trails is with a local expert. Jackson Hole has several tour operators offering guided snowshoeing, so you can get the most out of your winter vacation.
Discover the winter landscapes and wildlife of the Grand Tetons with your naturalist guide at The Hole Hiking Experience. All tours include snowshoe rental, transportation, snacks, binoculars, and waistpacks. They have an experience for everyone, with two-hour tours for beginners and full-day trips for the ultimate adventurers. They also offer wildlife tours where you will have an opportunity to see elk, moose, deer, fox, bighorn sheep, and eagles while learning about the region's ecology.
EcoTour Adventures offers backcountry and wildlife tours near Jackson Hole. They have various options available that you can customize based on your interests and skill levels. The tour will include a naturalist guide, transportation, snowshoes, snacks, and binoculars for wildlife viewing. The snowshoe and wildlife combination tour is the best way to simultaneously explore the backcountry and spot local wildlife. Discover the best winter experiences with a winter tour of Grand Teton National Park today!
Plan a Grand Teton Winter Getaway Today!
Since winter lasts a bit longer in Wyoming, the Grand Teton winter tours are available through April. This means there is still plenty of time to visit Jackson Hole and explore the snow-covered trails for yourself. Choose Fireside Resort to host your winter vacation, and you will be a few miles away from everything the park has to offer. Our Jackson Hole cabins allow you to get back to nature while enjoying the intimacy of a boutique hotel. Start planning your winter getaway to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, today!