If the hustle and bustle of living in the big city has you wishing you could take a moment to live the life away from it all: Jackson Hole, Wyoming might just be the place for you. With direct flights out of thirteen major cities, travel-junkies will have ready access to the world from one of the most desirable spots in the world. This “last of the old west” community maintains its cowboy roots, but has a glamorous edge that attracts visitors and celebrities alike. If you have never experienced fall in Wyoming, Jackson Hole is a magical place to explore all of the countries best things about fall.
Many locals agree that fall is the absolute best time to be in Jackson, Hole, thanks to refreshingly crisp days, a bustling cultural calendar, and Mother Nature’s vibrant autumnal display. Happily, in the midst of the Grand Teton and surrounding mountain ranges, patches of nature and wildlife abound, and fall leaf-lovers will be rewarded with kaleidoscopic displays of crimson red, golden yellow, and fiery orange leaves.
The best way to get up close and personal with all the colors of the season is to take an invigorating autumn hike on one of the many gorgeous trails that surround Jackson Hole. The cooler weather offers some reprieve for those tackling longer hikes and your furry companion is sure to be grateful for a bit of fall shade and a walk amongst the leaves.
If sitting by the gorgeous Snake River is more your speed, Fall is the perfect time to get your fishing on. Many of the fish’s natural food sources like flies are hatching throughout the day come Fall, and the fish are indulging in extra eats to prepare for the winter upping your chances of landing one on your hook.
Whether you are riding your bike to work every day, getting your fish on or taking a walk to explore the local breweries – Fall in Jackson, Hole is a great place to live for those who live for getting outside.
If you prefer to stay inside, head to the National Museum of Wildlife Art. The museum houses a robust sculpture trail on the property and a permanent collection throughout its interior exhibits featuring work by prominent artists such as Georgia O’Keeffe, Andy Warhol, Robert Kuhn, John James Audubon, and Carl Rungius chronicling much of the history of wildlife in art, from 2500 B.C. to the present. The Center for the Arts is also still in full swing through October.
Jackson Hole hosts the Fall Arts Festival each September and an exceptional array of events including gallery tours, a design conference, fashion shows, food events, outdoor art fair, art auctions, and so many more events. The Fall Arts Festival is widely recognized as the premier cultural art even for the Rocky Mountain region.
Luxury living never looked as good as it does in Jackson Hole come the fall. From the opportunities to get out and about in the great outdoors, to the rich and vibrant arts community you should join us and live the life – 365 days a year! Please reach out with any questions regarding the ideal Teton lifestyle or start your property search here.