Top Ten Attractions
1. Jackson Hole Aerial Tram
Conveniently located next-door to the Alpenhof, you can ride the 100-passenger tram 4,000 feet up to the summit of Rendevous Mountain, enjoying at the top unbeatable 360 degree views of the Tetons and surrounding National Park below.
2. Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
The Alpenhof is located in the heart of the “Big One”, a world-class winter skiing and summer outdoor recreation resort.
3. Grand Teton Music Festival
The Grand Teton Music Festival has an ambitious summer season featuring guest principals from the nation’s best symphonies. The festival takes places in the newly renovated Walk Festival Hall, located next to the Alpenhof.
4. Grand Teton National Park
An ethereal mountain landscape where jagged peaks tower more than a mile above the Jackson Hole valley, Grand Teton National Park is popular among climbers, hikers and photographers. The park’s entrance is two miles north of the Alpenhof.
5. Yellowstone National Park
America’s first national park is a vast, otherworldly expanse rife with bison herds, wolf packs and gurgling geothermal features waiting to be explored.
6. Snake River
Guided float trip options include whitewater rafting in the Snake River Canyon and scenic floats in Grand Teton National Park. There is an amazing wealth of wildlife along the river: bald eagles, moose, marmots, pelicans, beavers, and osprey are just a few of the species that frequent the valley.
Four miles away is the Pines Country Club; this Arnold Palmer designed course has tee times available to the public year round. Jackson Hole Golf and Tennis is located approximately 20 miles from the Alpenhof; designed by Robert Trent Jones, the course features magnificent views of the Teton Range from its fairways.
8. Horseback Riding
Local outfitters in Jackson Hole, Wyoming and Teton Park itself, offer horseback riding adventures that are fun for the whole family.
9. National Elk Refuge
Thousands of elk winter on the National Elk Refuge, the winter habitat for the Jackson Hole elk herd. Their Refuge’s informative and interesting sleigh and wagon rides take you into the heart of the refuge.
10. National Wildlife Museum
The National Museum of Wildlife Art is a valley gem, federally recognized as the definitive site for wildlife art.” The museum is located across from the National Elk Refuge.