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10 Things to do in Jackson in the Winter – Travel Vlog

Find out why the Tetons are called the Tetons—and Jackson vs. Jackson Hole

Jackson Hole is fun no matter what time of year you go! Watch this travel vlog from The Cox Clan for some ideas to get you excited!

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1. Check out the National Elk Refuge

The National Elk Refuge is visible right off of highway 89. You can even drive on the first 3 1/2 miles of Refuge Road to get a little closer to the amazing elk. There are usually quite a few of them wandering around in the winter time. You can see what the Elk Refuge looks like right at this moment by clicking here.

2. Eat Breakfast at the Virginian Restaurant

[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="650"] Photo via: Seth A on Yelp[/caption] The Virginian has the most amazing cinnamon rolls! All of their breakfast food is truly amazing. This is one of the best places to eat breakfast at! They are open from 6:30am-2:00pm Monday-Saturday. On Sundays they are open till 1:30pm.

3. Go to a Hot Springs...yes, in the Winter!

[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="768"] Photo via: Parttimetourists.com[/caption] The hot springs mentioned in the vlog is Astoria Hot Springs. It's a natural hot spring and it's free! It's located in Hoback, WY and it's right off the road next to the Snake River.

4. Go shopping downtown

Town Square in Jackson Hole is a western wonder. It's full of beautiful wooden walkways, antler arches, and the stores are full of western themed treasures. Going shopping downtown is a must when visiting Jackson Hole!

5. Take a picture under the antler arch

attractive people under arch This is one of those iconic photo ops that everyone who goes to Jackson must do! These antler arches around Town Square are beautiful and majestic! Each antler arch weighs over 10,000 pounds! Individual elk antlers can weigh 5-10 pounds each. This is one of those works of art that you simply must go see!

6. Go get some candy at Yippi I-O

Yippi I-O Candy Co is the cutest little candy store. It's full of old-fashioned candy, and lots of huckleberry flavored treats. The smells and the colors are just so fun. Kids and adults will love checking out this candy store. It's open from 10:00am-6:00pm.

7. Have dinner at Sidewinders

[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="673"] Photo via: Sidewinders[/caption] Sidewinders has a full menu with pizza, pasta, hamburgers, soups, salads, and desserts. They even have delicious Parmesan Truffle Fries...yum! They are open daily from 11:30am-10:00pm.

8. Go see the Tetons

  The Tetons are some of the most beautiful mountains in the world! Driving by the Tetons is an absolute must when visiting Jackson Hole. They are tall, rugged, and majestic.

9. Eat at Bubbas

[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="721"] Photo via: Bubbas[/caption] Bubbas is one of the yummiest restaurants around! They have amazing breakfasts, and really good BBQ. Their hours are 6:30am-9:00pm daily.

10. Stay at the Flat Creek Inn and get some complementary hot chocolate!

The Flat Creek Inn is the closest motel to the National Elk Refuge, Yellowstone, and the Tetons. You can click here to see our current specials. Every room at the Flat Creek Inn has a view of the National Elk Refuge that's right across the street!  

We hope your trip to Jackson is a blast! Feel free to come stay here at the Flat Creek Inn. We'd love to have you!

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