A winter and summer holiday destination for adventure and nature-enthusiasts of all ages, Grand Teton is teeming with diverse wildlife, backcountry trails, and a breathtaking mountain range. Some of the best backpacking, camping, and (in the winter) world-class snowmobiling and cross-country skiing make Togwotee an explorer’s perfect getaway.
A Tradition of Exploration
Established in 1929 to protect the mineral-rich and visually stunning Grand Teton mountain range, the Bridger-Teton National Forest is the home of Togwotee, a part of the range famous for its skiing, snowboarding, hiking and other recreational activities. Enjoy spectacular cabin views and a variety of summer and winter activities, from mountain pass to the base of the Grand Tetons.
Points of Interest
Shopping, dining, rafting, golfing and fishing are just a few of the activities you can enjoy year-round at Jackson Hole. 45 minutes away from Togwotee, Jackson hole is a quick day trip away with fine dining, shopping, art galleries, and more.
Hailed as a scenic mountain habitat rich with animal life, Oxbow Bend is a camera-worthy opportunity you and your family won’t want to miss. Only a 3-mile drive from the Grand Teton park entrance, a clear day produces mirrored views of the mountains in Oxbow Bend’s clear lakes.
Signal Mountain homes the Jackson Lake and Jackson Point overlooks, two of the most traveled scenic overlooks in all of the Grand Tetons. Explore this paved road atop Signal Mountain for some of the most stunning views the park has to offer.
Bighorn Sheep Center
The Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep is a sight to behold, and the sheep center is dedicated to educating the public as well as preserving this majestic animal. Explore the habitat of the Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep and discover how the scenic Grand Tetons provide a stunning and rich habitat for these animals.