This winter, leave it all behind and get ready for a winter wonderland. In the high mountains above Jackson Hole, Wyoming you’ll find Togwotee Pass. This snow playground is covered in endless powder throughout the winter, making it the perfect destination for dog sled tours, snowmobiling, or snowshoeing.
Togwotee Pass is located in between Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, making it the perfect escape if you’re looking to explore our nation’s beautiful national parks. With quick access to the parks, endless fresh snow, and cozy accommodations, what’s not to love about Togwotee?
Explore Grand Teton National Park with Dog Sled Tours
These happy and energetic dogs are ready to lead the way for your dog sled tour of Grand Teton National Park.
If you’re interested in exploring the backcountry of Grand Teton National Park, the best way to see it all is with dog power. Book a dog sled tour with Jackson Hole’s Continental Divide dog Sled Adventures and you’ll get a premium tour through the powder-filled backcountry.
The canine athletes at this kennel are eager to please and love taking visitors whisking through the woods. With the wind whipping around your face, you’ll get the experience of a lifetime. Just sit back, relax, and enjoy the spectacular views that the forest has to offer.
The dog sled tour takes about half a day, and visitors can choose between the morning or afternoon tour. You’ll start with a 50-minute scenic drive through Grand Teton National Park to Togwotee Mountain Lodge. Once you’ve arrived, you’ll have time to get all of your winter gear on and then spend some time getting to know the dogs before you load up and head out.
The dog sled tour lasts about 2 and a half hours and takes you through the backcountry of the Bridger-Teton National Forest. After your return to the dog yard, you’ll have time for lunch before heading back to Jackson.
Enjoy a Cozy Night’s Stay at Togwotee Mountain Lodge
If you’re looking for somewhere to stay near the parks, look no further than Togwotee Mountain Lodge. Located in Moran, Wyoming, the lodge is situated in between Grand Teton National Park and the Bridger-Teton National Forest, making it the perfect starting point for all of your winter adventures.
Togwotee Mountain Lodge is a full-service mountain resort where you can choose between lodge rooms and private cabins. If you’re traveling as a family or with friends, the cabins could be the perfect option. Each cabin is 400 square feet with two queen beds, a sleeper sofa, and a full bathroom. Each cabin also comes with a mini-fridge, a two burner stove, and a microwave so you can prepare meals and keep snacks cold during your stay.
Lodge amenities include on-site dining, laundry facilities, mountain WiFi, pet friendly rooms, and a nearby gas station where you can pick up any necessities you need.
On-Site Dining at the Grizzly Grill – On site dining at Togwotee Mountain Lodge includes the Grizzly Grill which is open for breakfast and dinner. Before you head out in the morning, stop by the grill to get a fresh hot breakfast from the buffet, which includes breakfast potatoes, back and sausage, pastries, yogurt, and scrambled eggs.
Grab a Drink at the Red Fox Saloon – Once you’re finished with your dog sled tour, warm yourself up with a beverage at the Red Fox Saloon. At this saloon, you can order off of the pub-style menu and get a local draft beer. Your bartender can also whip up a seasonal signature cocktail for you to enjoy while you tell your friends about your outdoor adventure of the day.
You can find great food, amazing drinks, and fun activities at the Red Fox Saloon.
Other Winter Activities – While you may be headed to Togwotee to enjoy some dog sledding, it’s not the only winter activity available to keep you entertained. With an average snowfall of over 500 inches, there are plenty of other winter activities to keep you busy.
Tap into your adventurous side and book a snowmobile tour in Togwotee Pass.
In addition to a dog sledding tour, consider booking a snowmobiling tour. Choose between a guided trail tour, off-trail tour, or rent a snowmobile and explore the backcountry on your own. Many snowmobile aficionados dream of winter snowmobiling in Togwotee Pass all year long, just waiting for that first snow fall.
Visit Wyoming this Winter
This winter, spend some time escaping into the bounty of nature, enjoying all that this beautiful world has to offer. Wyoming has some of the most beautiful landscapes and snowfall in the U.S. Get a once of a lifetime experience during your visit by booking a dog sled tour and watching as the happy pups whisk you away into the forest for a tour of the backcountry.