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After a long, cold winter in the Tetons, nature starts to awaken in Jackson Hole during the month of May. The moose migrate to higher elevations, the bears awake from hibernation, the bison graze on sprouting grass, and the wildflowers start to bloom. Spring in Jackson Hole is an exciting time of year, it’s the season of awakenings, revivals, and rebirths!
TOP 5 REASONS TO VISIT JACKSON HOLE IN THE SPRING
1.) Calving season: You’ll spot families of bison, elk, and moose having little ones.
2.) It’s a time of transformation: The change of season begins to color the vast landscapes as snow melts, wildflowers bloom, trees blossom, and grasses grow.
3.) You are free to roam: Crowds that flock to the national parks in the summer are absent. In the spring, you have Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National Park, and the rest of Jackson Hole’s trails, lakes, and rivers all to yourself!
4.) You feel like a local: Our small-town community comes together at the local hot spots.
5.) You can take advantage of spring deals: just like this one!
In addition to nature coming to life, there are a ton of events in Jackson Hole during the spring. Memorial Day and Old West Days are two examples of the many springtime events that we’re confident you’ll love. For more information about what’s happening in Jackson Hole, contact the Hotel Terra concierge.
And, we’re looking forward to seeing photographs from you of Jackson Hole awakening! Did you see a calve learning to walk? Were you held up by a Yellowstone traffic jam—when the bison cross the road? Do you have a photo of a moose snacking on fresh leaves? Have you seen a sleepy-eyed bear who recently awoke from hibernation?