WYOMING – JACKSON HOLE
Weather in Wyoming – Jackson Hole
Summer days in Jackson Hole get quite warm with temperatures reaching the 80s (27 degrees C) during July and August. The summer nights are cold with temperatures dipping into the 40s (4 degrees C). During winter, the freeze kicks in and temperatures drop to the 20s (-7 degrees C), occasionally falling below zero.
Getting to and from Wyoming – Jackson Hole
Visitors traveling by air will fly into the Jackson Hole Airport or the Salt Lake City airport. From either airport, there are several options available to take travelers to their final destination in Jackson Hole including shuttles, taxis and car rental services.
What to bring to Wyoming – Jackson Hole
In any season, you should bring plenty of warm clothing to Jackson Hole. Even though summer days are warm and call for shorts and tanks or tees, the nights get extremely cold so long pants and sweaters and jackets will help keep you warm. Other items you will want to pack include hats, gloves and scarves along with all-weather shoes and some nicer clothing that you can wear during the evenings.
Things to do in Wyoming – Jackson Hole
There are plenty of activities in Jackson Hole throughout the entire year even though the most popular season is the winter, when skiing, snowmobiling and sledding are all the rage. Summer activities include camping, rafting and fishing. Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park provide ample opportunities to spot an array of wildlife and see Mother Nature at her finest. During any season, there are spas, shopping and plenty of great dining choices.
Staying safe and healthy in Wyoming – Jackson Hole
There are hospitals and health clinics available should you need medical attention during your stay. Plan ahead and bring your medications. Due to the high altitude and dry air, make sure you drink plenty of water during your stay in Jackson Hole to make sure you stay hydrated.
Time zone and currency in Wyoming – Jackson Hole
Wyoming is in the U.S. Mountain time zone where the time is always two hours behind New York (Eastern U.S.). Like most U.S. states, Wyoming observes daylight savings time, which runs from March to November. Standard currency in Wyoming is the U.S. dollar.