Many folks travel to Jackson Hole Wyoming to get away from their everyday lives and step out into nature. Planning a trip to Jackson Hole can be difficult because there are so many things to do, but visitors never seem to have enough time to see and do everything they want. A perfect way to experience Jackson Hole Wyoming and all of its beauty is to take hiking trips on the many breathtaking trails that surround the area. Book a room at the gorgeous Rustic Inn at Jackson Hole to be your base camp for your Jackson Hole hiking adventures.
When planning a hiking trip you need to ask yourself a few questions before you make any final decisions. What kind of hiking are you looking to do? Are you an advanced hiker who is in great shape and is ready to take on the difficult trails in order to see the best views? Or are you somewhat of a novice who wants to hike easier trails simply for the peace and serenity of being outdoors and experiencing nature. What are you trying to see during your hike? Did you visit Jackson Hole and the Grand Tetons to see the awe inspiring views from atop the mountains? Or are you hiking into the wilderness to catch a glimpse of some of the great wildlife that surrounds the Jackson Hole area. Those who are advanced hikers, and who know the area, may not feel a need to hike with a tour guide. Others who are novice hikers and are visitors to Jackson Hole may find it best to follow a tour guide. Tour guides not only help with keeping everyone walking in the right direction, they also know a great deal about the history of the area and the wildlife that occupies it.
The lakes around Jackson Hole and the Great Tetons are common destinations for hikers. Trails traverse through the mountains and around the beautiful lakes. One hiking hot spot in particular is around Jenny Lake. There are some moderate trails around Jenny Lake and Cascade Canyon for hikers of all skill levels. There is also a boat that takes you across the lake so you can reach Hidden Falls. Bradley and Taggart lakes are also reachable by hiking trail. These lakes are usually less busy than Hidden Falls and Jenny Lake but the trails are beautiful and fairly easy to hike. There are many other places besides these for you to experience while taking a hike around Jackson Hole.
Plan your trip today and make Rustic Inn at Jackson Hole your base camp for your adventures. The Rustic Inn offers many amenities and is an outstanding place to relax after long, adventurous days around Jackson Hole.