Monthly Archives: June 2014

Jackson Hole Adventure Ropes Course

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s New Adventure Ropes Course Opens and Concerts on the Commons kick off July 3rd and 4th

(Teton Village, WY, June 19, 2014) – Summer is in full swing in Teton Village, with the brand new Adventure Ropes Course and all the other great summer activities in the Grand Adventure Park.  Great for kids and adults alike, the Aerial Adventure Ropes Course is a network of zip lines, balance beams, cargo nets and other challenges – all suspended 25 feet above the ground.  The course offers a range of features with varying levels of difficulty to allow you to stretch your limits, both physically and mentally, while harnessed up and safely on belay.  The Aerial Adventure Ropes Course costs $25 for an approximately one hour experience, or can be purchased as part of the Grand Adventure Pass.
Two nights of free live music and fireworks ring in the July 4th Holiday weekend in Teton Village, WY.  Photo courtesy: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

This year the Concerts on the Commons start with a bang, on Fourth of July weekend with two free outdoor concerts on the 3rd and 4th of July, followed by fireworks both nights. Calle Mambo takes the stage on the 3rd at 7pm.  On the 4th the festivities kick off at 4pm with the Jazz Foundation of Jackson Hole followed by music from the Grand Teton Music Festival, Mandatory Air performs at 7pm.  The FREE Teton Village concert series, held each summer in the commons area, has grown each summer since it started in 2010 and is bigger and better than ever. Presented by Teton Village Association and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort locals and guests alike will enjoy nine free concerts in Teton Village July and August.

The weekly Sunday series will begin on July 13th and run through August 24th.  All concerts begin at 5 pm and last until 9 pm, and this summer, there will be more bands and fewer breaks between sets.  The outdoor concerts will be accompanied by great food and drinks from vendors like Teton Thai, Jackson Pop, the Village Café and Teton Village Bottle Shop.

The lineup of music for summer 2014 includes big headliners that regularly sell out venues across the country. Highlights include The Infamous Stringdusters, Reckless Kelly and the Dirty Dozen Brass Band.

For complete information on summer dining, events, and activities all just ONE mile from Grand Teton National Park, please visit  For all inclusive Jackson Hole vacation packages,click here

 Via ANNA COLE and the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort PR Wire

Jackson Hole Live & Concert on the Commons Teton Village

Nothing says summer in the mountains like outdoor concerts. With two killer venues under respective Jackson Hole hills, Concert on the Commons at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Teton Village and Jackson Hole Live – bottom of The King- not to mention Victor’s weekly Thursday offering with Music on Main- means the hills will be alive all season.


And: Anders Osborne performs this Sunday, June 22, 2014 at Snow King kicking off the Jackson Hole Live summer season. Let free concerts for all ages ring!

Snow King Rock

Summer is Here- Fly to Jackson Hole

Fly to Jackson Hole this Summer

Fly to Jackson Hole this Summer

Giddyup! Jackson Hole’s busiest season is finally here, which means it’s time to welcome hordes of tourists to the Tetons. While the vast majority of destination travelers arrive via motor vehicle for the ultimate scenic road trip through Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, the ever-increasing flight service to Jackson Hole- offering non-stop flights from 9 major US cities in fact- is just starting to ramp up.

For more information on accessing Jackson Hole via air partners/providers United, Delta, American Airlines, Frontier and more, check out JH Airport Site or click here. Either way, despite the fact that there’s still snow way high up in the peaks of these major mountains, consider your summer travel plans involving anything from a ranch vacation to a luxury all-inclusive resort package complete with planned activities like fly fishing, whitewater rafting, guided hiking and wildlife tours.