Breathtaking. Awesome. It’s impossible to overstate the grandeur of the Tetons. Of course you’ll want to explore Grand Teton National Park (the wildlife is as phenomenal as the scenery), but allow time to savor Wild West-flavored Jackson, with its cowboy bar and elk-antlered archway, the National Museum of Wildlife Art, and perhaps a float trip on the Snake River.
A land of breathtaking scenery infused with the spirit of the West will capture your heart, as you relive the days of cowboy adventures. The remarkable Buffalo Bill Historical Center presents the largest collection of American West cultures, history and art in the world. You’ll also delight in rodeos, panoramic mountain views and a whole host of outdoor adventure. Cowboy influence is still evident in Cody Country, and the area also hosts a selection of premiere outdoor recreation, rich history, Native American artifacts and the spectacular Shoshone National Forest. Ride or float a wild river, catch a trout, ride horses or check out nearby Yellowstone – America’s First National Park.