As seen in Sunset Magazine

June 14, 2022

We are honored to be featured in Sunset Magazine. Read the full story here: https://www.sunset.com/travel/wildflower-bloom-destinations [...]

Good news- Yellowstone is Open – in wake of natural disaster

June 10, 2022

As many of you know, Yellowstone National Park was struck by an intense natural disaster this past Sunday and Monday last week (June 12-13, 2022). Severe flooding has damaged roads, [...]

Spring JAC Airport Closure and Fun Alternatives to Getting Here

May 16, 2022

Jackson Hole Airport (JAC) has announced it will be closed from April 11-June 28th, 2022 for reconstruction of the only runway. This means no flights in and out of Jackson [...]

Winter Grand Teton Wildlife Tour

December 17, 2021

What will you see on a Winter Wildlife Tour? Winter in Jackson Hole is truly something special.  With an average annual snowfall in Grand Teton National Park of around 180 [...]

Stay Safe and Have Fun: COVID-19 Protocols

December 11, 2021

Learn about our efforts to keep you and our guides safe, while continuing to operate outstanding tours in Jackson Hole and the Greater Yellowstone. Thank you for supporting GoJH and [...]

Go Kayaking with our friends at Prismatic Tours or Rent a Paddle Board from SUPerior!

August 30, 2021

Paddle Tours available June thru October The guide staff at Prismatic Tours has over 45 years of combined boating and guiding experience. Like Guides of Jackson Hole, Prismatic Tours offer truly unique experiences and is [...]

4 Incredible Day Hikes in Grand Teton National Park

August 8, 2020

GoJH Top Guide Evan Matthews is an experienced hiker, climber, and naturalist. Below he describes his top 6 day hikes in Grand Teton National Park rated from beginner to intermediate [...]

The Queen is Back

June 13, 2020

https://youtu.be/Xg9HTehSlK4 Grizzly #399 (aka The Queen) is one of the oldest and most famous bears in the world! In Spring 2020, at 24 years of age she emerged from hibernation [...]

For Everything There Was a Season

December 18, 2018

By Trevor Bloom Beyond leading trips for Guides of Jackson Hole, I am fortunate to work as a research scientist for the Nature Conservancy in Wyoming. For our research, we [...]

Wildflower Watch

December 15, 2018

Grizzly bears depend on the timing of plants for food throughout the year. The timing of when plants flower and fruit is critical to the survival of many animals, from [...]