Photo of hands holding the earth at the Shift Festival in Jackson Hole

Celebrate Sustainability at the Popular SHIFT Festival

Each October, the SHIFT Festival in beautiful Jackson Hole, Wyoming, works tirelessly to educate the public on the importance of  protecting public lands, waters, and wildlife across North America and beyond. SHIFT, which stands for Shifting How we Invest For Tomorrow, hopes to inspire a partnership between outdoor recreation and conservation by offering a weekend […]

Burger and a beer at Q Roadhouse in Jackson Hole

3 Reasons You Need to Visit Q Roadhouse and Brewing Co.

Whether you’re visiting Jackson Hole for a winter ski excursion or a fun-filled summer vacation, a trip to Q Roadhouse & Brewing Co. should be on your itinerary. This bustling eatery and brewhouse has something for everyone and offers wonderful meals and handcrafted brews, with the warm, comfortable atmosphere you expect from the Wild West. […]

Photograph of bull elk sparring at the National Museum of Wildlife Art

The Best Things to See at the National Museum of Wildlife Art

Located inside a 51,000-square foot, state-of-the-art building, the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, attracts thousands of visitors each year. Originally founded in 1987,  the museum is now comprised of 14 galleries, an outdoor sculpture trail, a library, and a variety of other facilities that are dedicated to preserving and showcasing wildlife art […]

Group of friends sitting on the grass at Jackson Hole Live

Why Jackson Hole Live Is One of the Best Outdoor Concerts

Located at the Snow King Ball Park in Jackson, Wyoming, Jackson Hole Live is a free outdoor concert series that draws large crowds and world-class musicians to the Wild West. Now in its fifth season, the event runs from June through August and features a wide variety of live performances, food vendors, and beverage tents […]

Group of people in a raft on a Snake River float trip

How to Have the Most Fun on a Snake River Float Trip

Whether you’re craving a heart-pumping adventure or a relaxing afternoon, the Snake River in Wyoming has something for everyone. At 1,078 miles long, this river offers wild rapids as well as calm stretches of water that are just waiting to be explored. Those who are visiting Jackson Hole particularly enjoy taking a Snake River float […]

Mug of beer at Grand Teton Brewing Company

Why You Need to Visit Grand Teton Brewing Company

Originally named Otto Brothers’ Brewing, Grand Teton Brewing Company was founded by Charlie and Ernie Otto in 1988 and was the first microbrewery in the state of Wyoming. The brothers opened the brewery in the hopes of producing preservative-free, great tasting beers, and it was this commitment to quality that skyrocketed the business to success. […]

Pair of cowboy boots at the Old West Days in Jackson Hole

What You’ll See at the Old West Days in Jackson Hole

Often referred to as the “Last of the Old West”, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, attracts visitors from all over the country who want to get a true taste of American history. Each year in May, the town celebrates its unique culture and heritage with Old West Days, a weekend-long festival full of exciting events including live musical […]

Sustainable tourism in Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Why Sustainable Tourism is So Important to the Bentwood Inn

As one of the world’s largest and fastest growing industries, tourism is a wonderful way for human beings to experience life and explore foreign places, from rare beaches and remote islands to National Parks and rainforests. However, tourism can often put great stress on the destinations we visit, especially those with biologically diverse habitats, endangered […]

Close up of bison on a tour with Jackson Hole Wildlife Safaris

3 of the Most Awesome Tours at Jackson Hole Wildlife Safaris

Since 2007, Jackson Hole Wildlife Safaris has been providing visitors with once-in-a-lifetime experiences in the breathtaking region of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. This guide-owned and operated tour company has spent years hiking remote trails, climbing peaks, floating rivers, and tracking wildlife deep in the forest to better understand the history and geology of this unique area. […]

Group of kids on a raft enjoying Snake River white water rafting

4 of the Best Places to Go for Snake River White Water Rafting

For a day of thrills, adrenaline, and heart-pumping excitement, the Snake River in Wyoming is ideal for adventurous visitors who want take on the rapids in Jackson Hole. Located just south of Grand Teton National Park, the Grand Canyon section of the Snake River offers intense whitewater rafting where guests can paddle through the waves […]

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