This area includes the little mountain town of Wilson, located at the base of Teton Pass and on the west side of the Snake River. In-town living in Wilson is primarily single-family homes on town lots. Larger estates dot the areas both north and south of Wilson, some with creek or river access and nearly all with incredible views. Although Wilson has its own “downtown” the town of Jackson is just a few miles away.
Teton Village is home to some of the world’s most sought after ski runs. Spanning across the southern faces of Rendezvous and Apres Mountains, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort offers thrillseekers over 4,000 vertical feet of ski terrain. The resort is known for its challenging, steep runs such as the world famous Corbet’s Couloir directly below the Aerial Tram Line. With over 13 lifts and gondolas, Teton Village offers a multitude of pathways to enjoy the 428” of snowfall per year.
Food and Drink
Wilson offers a charming collection of local restaurants and watering holes. Mountain bikers love an afternoon “pass loop” through the trails of the Teton Pass which funnels down to the famous Stagecoach Bar for a celebratory beer and game of pool. The seemingly endless bike paths will lead you to Nora’s Fish Creek Inn for the town’s best brunch, or to Calico for a melt in your mouth slice of pizza. After a long day of skiing, Sidewinders American Grill awaits you with cheeseburgers, live sports, and an arcade for the whole family. Wilson is local community of restaurants and bars where residents can order their “usual” and converse with familiar faces.
At the base of the Teton Pass, Wilson resides between Teton Village and the Town of Jackson. With quick access to both destinations, there are endless recreational activities. You can float down Flat Creek, paddle board on the Snake River, bike the pass, ski Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, go dog-sledding, try white-water kayaking, play golf, walk town square in Jackson, cross-country ski, and so much more. There truly isn’t a better place to experience the Western outdoors than Wilson, WY.
Wilson consists of single family homes dispersed throughout neighborhood communities on old ranch lands. The vast open landscapes leaves many homeowners with spectacular Teton Mountain views along with unmatched privacy benefits in Teton County.