Jackson Hole Winter Itinerary, Wyoming

Jackson Hole, Wyoming is a breathtaking western destination that is a must-visit area for any type of traveler. Adventure, nature, food, and western culture attract over 2.6 million tourists a year! This guide is designated for those traveling to Jackson Hole in the winter months for five to four days. Top places to eat, where to stay, and what to do can all be found right here in this easy-to-follow itinerary for Jackson Hole Wyoming.

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Stay: Hotel Jackson

For even more hotel options, check out my pre-filtered Jackson hotel list. Staying with a larger group? VRBO always offers great vacation rentals, check them out here.

After checking in, walk around the quaint town and enjoy wine and tapas at Bin 22.

Go shopping! There are so many cute shops, you can easily walk the town square and take a peek at most of them. We purchased cowboy hats, which are a must!

Dinner: Coelette 



Ski or Snowboard at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort! Even if you are not an avid skier there are plenty of fun things to do in the tiny town of Teton Village.

Breakfast: Ride to the top of the mountain on the gondola and have waffles at Corbet’s Cabin.

Enjoy the mountain! If you are not a skier, walk around the little shops or schedule a spa day at the Four Seasons.

Lunch: Make reservations prior and ride the gondola to Piste Mountain Bistro. The views are extortionary!

Apres Ski: Mangy Moose or The Handle Bar. I prefer Mangy Moose, more of a relaxed ski bum vibe.

After a long day of skiing, take a dip in the hot tub at Hotel Jackson. The hot tub sits close to the top of the hotel with stunning views of the mountain.

Late Dinner: Glorietta. This restaurant is SO tasty. The mozzarella sticks are to die for.

Night Cap: Silver Dollar Bar & Grill at the Wort Hotel


Breakfast: Persephone Bakery. This quaint bakery has a delicious menu, I recommend getting a pot of tea with your meal!

Dog Sledding to the Hot Springs. There are a few different options here, you can make it a full or half-day event. We opted for the full day of dog sledding to the Granite Hot Springs.

Mel’s Note: Make sure you are aware of the Dog Sledding cancellation policy, they can be pretty strict.

Happy Hour DrinksFIGS at Hotel Jackson

Dinner: The Kitchen

Live Music & Night Out: Millionaire Cowboy Bar. This is a Jackson Hole staple!

Visit Jackson Hole Wyoming in the Winter Months
Dog Sledding, Jackson Hole


After a late night out at Millionaire Cowboy Bar, sleep in and then enjoy a hardy brunch at Cafe Geneive.

The highlight of my trip was the Jackson Hole Wildlife Safari Tour. The Grand Teton National Park is truly breathtaking, our guide Peter was AMAZING!! The Safari company did an excellent job all around, we did the late afternoon half-day tour and it felt like just enough time to see all the animals. The guide is so knowledgeable you learn quite a lot about the wildlife and the local area.

Dinner: Snake River Grill

Visit Jackson Hole Wyoming in the Winter Months


  • Make reservations at all restaurants and bars if possible. The town is very small and touristy. We made reservations almost two months in advance at some places.
  • No need to rent a car, Hotel Jackson offers a free car service to and from the mountain which is a huge money saver. They also offer rides to and from the airport.

I would repeat this trip in a heartbeat and luckily, you can copy this exact Jackson Hole Winter Itinerary! If you need any help planning your trip, please contact me or leave a comment below. Looking for more USA destinations? Check them all out here!



  • King Sushi
  • Orsetto
  • Healthy Being Café & Juices
  • Nora’s Fish Creek Inn
  • The Bird
  • Dornan’s
  • Gather
  • Picnic for Coffee
  • High 5 Pizza
  • Teton Thai, great for post skiing
  • White Buffalo
  • Amangani Grill

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I started Mel’s Scene to showcase my trips and offer my personalized itineraries to other global wanderers. I have never cared for material things, I care more so for the experiences and memories that each travel destination has given me.


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  1. 12.9.22
    Chris said:

    What a trip! Did 4 days seem like enough time?

    • 12.14.22
      Mel said:

      Yes, if you would like to spend more time skiing, then I would add a few days for that!