The Town of Jackson, Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and other area landmarks located throughout Teton County are located in the remote Northwest corner of Wyoming. While increasingly visited and internationally sought-after, the destination remains accessible on a smaller-scale. Roads are typically low density, highways are less-prevalent and interstates are further afield. The Jackson Hole Airport (JAC) connects with 13 major US cities and offers excellent service via most major carriers.
With a welcoming spirit of excitement and sharing in this celestial celebration, we politely offer that Eclipse watchers and especially chasers looking for mobility as weather conditions shift, may wish to consider basing from a more connected, less remote location accordingly.
ROADS & TRANSIT
As explained in the Getting Here portion of the site, it is suggested that travelers self-educate about access via roads for best and proper decision making, particularly when planning for unknown factors related to eclipse viewing. The Town of Jackson and Teton County’s roads are more limited than other locations of its popularity scale, yet public transportation via the START Bus offers efficient and comfortable mass transit for locals and visitors. Bus public transport is well complimented by Jackson’s extensive pathway system for biking and walking as an alternative way of getting around the valley.