Jackson Hole: One of the Best Places for Photography
There are few places left in the world that belong to nature and its original inhabitants. Jackson Hole, Wyoming, is one of those rare places. With the nation’s largest mountain chain as the backdrop and nearly three million acres of thriving wildlife, this region is often regarded as the best place for wildlife photography in the U.S. Here in Jackson Hole, it isn’t uncommon to stumble upon a baby moose enjoying his first brush with powdery snowfall or spot a majestic grizzly bear roaming in the distance. Below, we’ve compiled some of the best shots we and our guests have taken here in the stunning Tetons!
Have you always wanted to sharpen your photography skills in Jackson Hole but never thought you’d get the chance? Our Photographer’s Retreat Package pairs you with world-renowned National Geographic Contributing Photographer Andrew Coleman. Tuition includes comprehensive daily workshops, a stay at our luxuriously appointed log lodge, and an opening reception dinner. Trust us: There’s no better opportunity to hone your skills!
The Best Landscape and Wildlife Photography in Jackson Hole
The images below consist of photos taken during our Photographer’s Retreat, photos taken by the innkeepers, and photos taken from our beloved guests. If you stayed with us and took an amazing photo, please feel free to share it with us!