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Ski Lockers at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

As a Club member, you enjoy privileged access to our spacious ski lockers at the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. If you are skiing consecutive days, you may leave your gear overnight.


blue-ribbon trout fishing

Born as a trickle of water in Yellowstone National Park, the Snake River has long been famed for it's fishing. In fact, the waterway derives its name from a hand gesture the Shoshone tribe made to indicate swimming salmon- a gesture early explorers misinterpreted to mean "snake". Bordering nearly 6 miles of Snake River frontage, the Club offers an authentic Jackson Hole fly fishing adventure. Cast for cutthroat trout from the property's banks, shoals, riffles, and islands. Or, fly fish the property's stocked ponds and waterways. Flies and fishing gear are available at our Clubhouse Sport Shop. 

HELI- SKIING

Depart for a Jackson Hole heli-skiing adventure right from Snake River Sporting Club, home to one of the few helipads in Teton County. High Mountain Heli-Skiing will whisk you from the property to more than 300,000 acres of skiable terrain in the Snake River and Palisades mountains. After an unforgettable day of thrills, perfect powder, and stunning scenery, you will be flown back to the Club. 

Multipurpose trails

A network of trails winds through the property, providing a wide variety of environments to explore: islands, river banks, pasturelands, an elevated plateau, and the groomed greens and fairways of the golf course. The Martin Creek trail and other routes connect to National Forest paths, allowing you to explore the surrounding woodlands. 

disc golf

Here is one game that really does offer fun for the entire family. The object of play is to float a disc into raised baskets with as few throws as possible. The world-class setting adds an extra thrill to the challenge. Our 18-hole course meanders by cottonwoods and even onto an island in the Snake River (depending on water levels). Frisbees are available for rent at the Sport Shop, or you can bring your own. 

sporting clays

Popularized in England during the early 1900s, this sport is designed to simulate actual field shooting. Surrounded by picturesque woodlands, our 5 stand skeet shooting facility features a variety of target presentations that will sharpen your visualization skills and broaden your repertoire of shots.

equestrian center

The Club's network of horseback riding trails starts at the Equestrian Center. The trails take you through open fields, along the Snake River, and even along the edges of the golf course. Members can reserve horses, guides, and overnight trips at the center. Pasturing is available for privately owned horses. 

3D archery Course

Our course features three-dimensional targets (including life-like elk, deer, badger, wolverine, and even a dinosaur), which make honing your bow skills even more fun. 


Blue ribbon trout fishing

Born as a trickle of water in Yellowstone National Park, the Snake River has long been famed for it's fishing. In fact, the waterway derives its name from a hand gesture the Shoshone tribe made to indicate swimming salmon- a gesture early explorers misinterpreted to mean "snake". Bordering nearly 6 miles of Snake River frontage, the Club offers an authentic Jackson Hole fly fishing adventure. Cast for cutthroat trout from the property's banks, shoals, riffles, and islands. Or, fly fish the property's stocked ponds and waterways. Flies and fishing gear are available at our Clubhouse Sport Shop. 

water sports & sports field

Among the Club's multiple waterways is a large pond located between the 11th green and 12th tee, next to the Outdoor Pursuits Barn. Bordered by a small beach that invites relaxation the calm water is ideal for swimming, kayaking, canoeing and paddleboarding. A variety of non-motorized watercraft are available for rent at the Barn. A nearby athletic field offers space for soccer, football, baseball and other team sports.

fitness center

Located in the Clubhouse, our Fitness Center features cardio machines, free weights, a climbing wall, and a treatment room. The spacious facility is open 24 hours a day.


blue-ribbon trout fishing

Born as a trickle of water in Yellowstone National Park, the Snake River has long been famed for it's fishing. In fact, the waterway derives its name from a hand gesture the Shoshone tribe made to indicate swimming salmon- a gesture early explorers misinterpreted to mean "snake". Bordering nearly 6 miles of Snake River frontage, the Club offers an authentic Jackson Hole fly fishing adventure. Cast for cutthroat trout from the property's banks, shoals, riffles, and islands. Or, fly fish the property's stocked ponds and waterways. Flies and fishing gear are available at our Clubhouse Sport Shop. 

clubhouse

Overlooking the Snake River and surrounded by mature trees, the Clubhouse is designed to serve as your base camp for sporting adventure. The 26,000 square-foot facility comprises a Sport Shop, restaurant and bar area, Men's and Women's locker rooms, and a furnished outdoor deck for dining or relaxed enjoyment of the views. Adjacent lawns offer the perfect setting for events. Concierge and Club administration services are headquartered here. 

Ice skating rink and sledding hill

During the winter, our West event lawn turns into a 100' x 60' ice skating rink. Whether you want to play some pond hockey or learn to skate, enjoy the Snake River canyon glowing in the snow. Skates are available for rent in the Sports Shop.


tom weiskopf short game practice facility

Perched on a bench adjacent to the first hole, this double-ended range allows you to practice every kind of shot you might need within 40 yards of the cup. Rehearse your chip, pitch, and bunker swings with views of the Snake River as a backdrop. A separate green enable you to perfect your putting game. 

cross-country ski trails

In winter, the Club's championship golf course turns into a Nordic skier's playground. Miles of groomed trails invite skate and cross-country skiers to glide over the snow-covered golf course and through scenic woodlands. For a deeper backcountry experience, venture into the National Forest via paths accessed by the Martin Creek Trail. 


tOM WEISKOPF CHAMPIONSHIP GOLF COURSE

Ranked the #1 Course in Wyoming  in 2015-2016 and #2 New Private Course in 2007 by Golf Digest, this 18 hole, championship layout measures 7,500 yards from the tips, and offers 6 sets of tees for golfers of all skill levels. The bluegrass fairways and bentgrass greens follow the land's natural topography. After one round, you will understand why Weiskopf declared it as his finest U.S. design to date. 


BLUE-RIBBON TROUT FISHING

Born as a trickle of water in Yellowstone National Park, the Snake River has long been famed for it's fishing. In fact, the waterway derives its name from a hand gesture the Shoshone tribe made to indicate swimming salmon- a gesture early explorers misinterpreted to mean "snake". Bordering nearly 6 miles of Snake River frontage, the Club offers an authentic Jackson Hole fly fishing adventure. Cast for cutthroat trout from the property's banks, shoals, riffles, and islands. Or, fly fish the property's stocked ponds and waterways. Flies and fishing gear are available at our Clubhouse Sport Shop.