Summertime in Jackson Hole
Jackson Hole, WY, might be a winter paradise for skiers and boarders, but summertime provides unmatched touring, wild animal-spotting, hiking opportunities and countless ways for outdoors enthusiasts to explore the United States' American West. Check out our list of Jackson Hole must-dos -- they’ll keep visitors to this small town busy until the very first snowfall.
For lighter fare, sample chef Scott A. Rutter's award-winning pheasant soup at the Silver Dollar Bar just across the hall. The light-tasting fowl swims in a creamy concoction of corn, potatoes, bacon and seasoning. Also try The Gun Barrel Steak and Game House, which offers up everything from elk chops to buffalo ribs and a venison bratwurst.
Try Fly-FishingWet a line in any body of water around northwestern Wyoming and you're likely to come up with one of the region's famed trout. Lessons and equipment are available to guests at the Brooks Lake Lodge in the nearby town of Dubois. A crystal-clear pond is stocked with rainbow, brown, cutthroat and brook trout ready to pounce on skillfully-tied flies, giving neophytes a perfect place to learn, practice and hone their new skills. A trail ride from this remote lodge leads to hidden lakes, bringing anglers into the shadow of the picturesque Pinnacle Buttes. Fishing licenses are available right at the lodge.
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