We are in Jackson and ready to see the sights and soak up all that Jackson Hole has to offer!
Today we are getting a guided tour from Katie Confer from At Home, With That Girl Katie who is based in Jackson Hole.
Jackson Hole is a great girls trip destination. There is always something going on from an early morning hot air balloon ride to exploring both Grand Teton & Yellowstone National Parks as well as dining at many of the local restaurants. Jackson Hole is a trip of a lifetime.
A day in life of a Girls Gone Glamping trip to Jackson Hole would start with coffee + breakfast at Persephone Bakery followed by picking up boxed lunches from E’leaven Food Company before driving north to Grand Teton National Park. I would spend the day in the park exploring + hiking around Jenny Lake. You might even consider renting stand up paddle boards from Rendezvous River Sports prior to driving out of town.
After you have soaked up a full day of adventure I would wind down with cocktails + appetizers at Doran’s while taking in the breath taking views of the Tetons. Before driving back into town I would stop by the historic district of Mormon Row for the traditional scenic photo opportunity of the barn with the mountains in the background and then arriving back in town for the famous Shootout on the town square (6pm every night Mon-Sat).
I would end the night with dinner at the Snake River Grill. The Perfect ending to the perfect day!
Now lets be honest it wouldn't be a girls weekend without hitting a few places to see if there is anything you can take with you as a momento. First stop is The Tayloe Piggot Gallery. An art collector's dream….Currently exhibiting Nicole Charbonnet: Tales, Trails and Traces.
If you are looking for a few things to wear you have to stop by Terra and Habits. To find the perfect, unique gift head over to MADE. Their Railroad Spike Bottle Opener would be the perfect stocking stuffer/hostess gift.
Jackson, WY is more than a destination, it is a lifestyle!
Safe Travels, That Girl Katie
P.S. Jackson, WY is located at an altitude of 6,311 feet. It is strongly encouraged to drink plenty of water during your visit.