Christmas in Jackson Hole

Jackson Hole spruces up for the Holiday Season each year—much like other destination tourist resorts around the country. Of course, we have the Tetons at our north doorstep, three ski resorts, and the National Elk Refuge to add to the appeal of coming here. Visitors are almost always guaranteed of a “white Christmas”. Just over a hundred years ago, the town forefathers (visionaries), set aside a block of valuable land downtown for what is now called “The Town Square”. Each year, the trees on the Square are decorated with thousands of  beautiful LED lights, along with lights on the four corner antler arches. Merchants follow suite with decorations and lights of their own.

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