One of our favorite Jackson Hole Activities in the fall is to watch the leaves change. The aspens and maples color the mountains with beautiful yellows, oranges and reds. We started to see the first hint of changing leaves up at the higher elevations at the beginning of September with the underbrush getting painted red. This week marks the peak of the changing leaves, but hopefully the vibrant colors will continue into next week. Here are some of our favorite images from this beautiful fall season.
Driving through Grand Teton National Park is spectacular and picturesque during fall.
Besides driving, there are so many ways to see the changing leaves. Go for a hike up Snow King Mountain, and be rewarded with this picturesque view of town and the valley.
Biking is another of the many Jackson Hole activities in fall that are made more enjoyable by all the autumn colors.
A scenic float trip down the Snake River is enhanced with the willows and cottonwoods a bright yellow and orange.
Take in the view at Teton Village of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort with the autumn leaves and the first snow fall.
Fall is such a special time to be in Jackson Hole, and to stay at Inn on the Creek. It is not too late to plan a last minute trip! Click here to see our rates and availability