Located in Jackson, Wyoming, The Kudar is an ideal location for exploring nearby attractions.
Catch a sunrise or sunset about 13 miles north from The Kudar, the Antelope Flats area offers spectacular views of the Grand Tetons and the occasional wildlife; antelope, moose, bison, and elk. From The Kudar drive north on Hwy 189. After you pass Moose Junction, which is the entrance of Grand Teton National Park, take Blacktail Butte Road on your left. Drive a bit further and take a right at Antelope Flats Road. Turn here and continue driving.
After several miles you will come to a junction with several structures on your left and a dirt road to your right. If you take the dirt road another mile you will find the TA Moulton Barn, perhaps one of the most famous barns in the world to stop to hike around and shoot photography.
The Antelope Flats main road can make for a great scenic drive up to the Gros Ventre-Kelly Road for a big loop. The drive will take you through the small ranch town of Kelly and along the Gros Ventre River. Website
Big King Pass at Snow King Mountain
A five minute drive or a 15 minute downtown walk from The Kudar, grab your friends for a half day adventure. The Big King Pass includes one tour on the Treetop Adventure, and unlimited rides on all open activities including the Cowboy Coaster, Mini-Golf, Alpine Slide, Amaze’n Maze, Bungee Trampoline and Scenic Chairlift! Website
Grand Teton National Park Bike Path
Biking is a popular activity in the park. The pathway extends from The Kudar, north to Antelope Flats Road. At Moose Junction the pathway follows the Teton Park Road to the South Jenny Lake area. The section of pathway through Grand Teton National Park opens seasonally after snow has melted from the pathway surface and park maintenance workers have swept it. The section of the pathway along the National Elk Refuge from Jackson to Gros Ventre Junction is closed from November 1 to April 30 due to elk migration. Website
Granite Hot Springs
The Granite Hot Springs Pool is located at the end of the Granite Creek Road, south of Jackson, Wyoming off of Highway 189. It is a developed, concrete hot spring pool situated alongside Granite Creek amongst huge spruce, fir and pine forest. It makes for a great half day trip. Website
Jackson Hole & Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center
The Jackson Hole and Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center is located on the southwest corner of the National Elk Refuge at 532 N. Cache Street in Jackson. A series of exhibits explain the establishment of the refuge and offer a glimpse of some of its history, describe elk migration routes and seasonal ranges, explain federal and state land management agency missions, and provide wildlife viewing information. It is about a 7 minute walk on the pathway just north of The Kudar Website
Jackson Hole Rodeo
A tradition of over 100 years, the Jackson Hole Rodeos are Wednesdays and Saturdays from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day. Check the schedule for special changes or rodeo date additions. The Teton County Fairgrounds are about a 20 minute walk or 5 minute drive from The Kudar. Website
National Elk Refuge
The National Elk Refuge consists of 24,700 acres and is bounded on the south by the Town of Jackson, on the east by Bridger–Teton National Forest, and on the north by Grand Teton National Park. 47 different mammals have been identified on the refuge, including bison, bighorn sheep, mule deer, pronghorn antelope, coyotes and wolves. Nearly 175 species of birds have been observed on the refuge! Grab your walking shoes or bike and catch the pathway just a few blocks north of The Kudar. Website
National Museum of Wildlife Art
Our wildlife museum holds more than 5,000 artworks representing wild animals from around the world. Built into a hillside overlooking the 25, 000 acre National Elk Refuge, the museum has a gift shop, interactive children’s gallery, Restaurant, and outdoor sculpture trail, the Museum is only a 7 minute drive north of The Kudar.
Classic whitewater rafting for the whole family, ages 6 and up (High Water Age 10 and up). Their trips experience rapids like Lunch Counter and The Big Kahuna! Their awesome guides will show you how the river works while instructing you about river safety and making sure the trip is the most enjoyable one you have had yet. They provide the raft, guide, paddles, life jacket and splash jackets if necessary. Trips are about 3.5 hours round trip. For your convenience, Teton Whitewater is located right next door to The Kudar lobby . Check in at their office and is also where they provide the transportation to and from the river. Website
The Town Square serves as the heart of Jackson Hole. Originating as a park in 1934, a year before The Kudar was established, the Town Square is most known for its distinctive arches that serve as gateways to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park. The Town Square is bordered by retail shops, restaurants, art galleries, and a variety of local activities. From the nightly Town Square Shootouts to the historic carriage rides around the Town Square, to the Saturday Farmer's Market, it is a summer stop you will not want to miss. Website
They are dedicated to educating and inspiring our community through Wyoming's extraordinary skies. Wyoming Stargazing provides free public and private stargazing events, as well as astronomy lectures and planetarium programs. Check out their website to see if they have a stargazing program while you are here at The Kudar. Website
Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park is a nearly 3,500-sq.-mile wilderness recreation area atop a volcanic hot spot. The Kudar is 57 miles from the south entrance and we make a great central location for three to four days to travel in and out from for your daily plans to explore the different sections of the Yellowstone National Park. Pictured here, Lewis Falls is an hour and a half from The Kudar. Website