18292
Wyoming
Winter Adventures in Jackson Hole: Dog Sleds, Snowshoes and Sleighs
Discover the beauty of Jackson Hole in winter by ski, snowshoe, dogsled, and horse-drawn sleigh as you learn the story of this unique region. Plus, soak in a natural hot spring!
Program No. 18292RJ
Length
6 days
Starts at
1,399
Special Offer
Click on Dates & Prices below to see special offer details.

At a Glance

Experience the best of Jackson Hole, cloaked in the beauty of winter and situated on the edge of the breathtaking Grand Tetons. Spend an unforgettable week with Teton Science Schools snowshoeing and cross-country skiing on scenic trails with the Tetons as your backdrop, mushing a dog-sled team to a natural hot spring and riding in a horse-drawn sleigh among thousands of wild elk. This is a special opportunity to experience a legendary wilderness destination in all her winter glory.
Activity Level
Varies by date
Varies by date. Outdoor: Spirited: Snowshoeing and cross-country skiing up to four miles on groomed, well-packed trails with some moderate inclines. Outdoor: No Sweat: Snowshoeing and cross-country skiing 1-2 miles on groomed, well-packed trails with some moderate inclines. For cross country beginners who want leisurely pace. Dog sledding involves standing on sleigh runners and stepping on a brake to slow the eager team of dogs. Elevations up to 8,000 feet.
Small Group
Small Group
Love to learn and explore in a small-group setting? These adventures offer small, personal experiences with groups of 10 to 24 participants.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Learn to mush a dog sled through Granite Canyon, and enjoy a soak in a natural hot spring at the halfway point.
  • Venture to the National Elk Refuge and board a horse-drawn sleigh that will take you amongst 7,000 wintering elk.
  • Learn to cross-country ski and snowshoe, or improve your skills, as you explore a pristine winter landscape.

General Notes

In keeping with the communal nature of the school, guests are asked to perform light chores during their stay.
Featured Expert
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Kendall Peacock
Kendall Peacock loves to share the outdoors with people and teach about the natural history of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Over the years she has instructed many conservation projects throughout the state of Wyoming while teaching leadership, camping, and wilderness management. She completed the graduate program at Teton Science School planning curriculum and taking students into the field each season. Throughout her time in field education, Kendall has stayed dedicated to making learning fun and investing in students through place-based education.

Please note: This expert may not be available for every date of this program.

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Kendall Peacock
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Scott Whisler
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Emily Batdorf
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