Base Area Activities
Things to do in Teton Village
With high-flying action on the bungee trampoline and the challenge of the climbing wall, adventures for kids in Teton Village are easy to come by!
Jackson Hole Bungee Trampoline | Open 6/14 - 9/1. 10 AM - 6 PM
Teton Village's wildest summer activity is the Bungee Trampoline. You'll be surprised at the heights you can reach and the tricks you can do! Safely fly up to 24 feet in the air!!
Fun for kids and adults! The Bungee Trampoline has a weight limit of 160 lbs.
Mountain Dew Climbing Wall | Open 6/14 - 9/1. 10 AM - 6 PM
Climb our 25 foot free-standing climbing wall located at the base of the Clock Tower. Fun for kids and adults!
Activity tickets are for use on the bungee trampoline and climbing wall. Each activity costs one ticket. Tickets are available at the Bridger Activities Center and Jackson Hole Sports.
1 Activity Ticket - $12.50
Please call 307-739-2654 with questions
See the Bungee Tramp and Rock Wall in Action:
Jump on two wheels and ride around on seven miles of single-track trails and the new Eagle’s Rest Bike Park, accessed by Teewinot Chairlift. If you’d rather stay on flatter terrain, rent a hybrid bike for a scenic ride on the Moose-Wilson Pathway that runs between the town of Wilson and Grand Teton National Park. Click here for more information.
Bike rentals are available at JH Sports. Access to Teewinot Chairlift comes complimentary with either a full-day mountain bike rental from JH Sports or the purchase of a tram ticket.
Toss the Frisbee over Teton Village’s 3,150 foot, 9-hole course. Click here for more information.
Ride the Bridger Gondola
Ride the FREE gondola up 3,000 feet for unbeatable high-alpine dining in a spectacular Teton setting. The Deck serves up casual outdoor fare with 2 for 1 happy hour from 4:30pm – 6pm. Couloir Restaurant is a fine dining experience without equal and is committed to a Farm-to-Table approach to create dishes with a thoughtful combination of intricate flavors. Gondola is open at 4:30pm every night except Saturday, July 4 – September 10. Click here for more information.