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A wildlife refuge located north of Jackson, WY that provides winter habitat for Jackson's elk herd. Seasonal hours of operation are listed on the web site for the Visitor Center, Historic Miller House, and Winter Sleigh Ride program.
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You can only visit in the winter when the elk are here. They take You from the visitor center in a bus a few miles down the road. The wagon takes 18 people out among the elk. There were about 600 elk the day we...More
Always our FAVORITE excursion in Jackson Hole!!! The staff of the Double H Bar, Inc are incredible, informative and very friendly. Sleighs are large with heavy blankets for warmth and are guided by gorgeous draft horses. Tons of photo opportunities and enjoyable time for the...More
This is a great way to see nature and enjoy its beauty. The guides know a lot about the wildlife around and we found it very interesting. We had brought our kids here several years ago and they loved it as well. It is a...More
Their web site needs some work. I went today March 14 and their web site said nothing was available till tomorrow. It also shows departures every hour on the hour. Basically all you do is go to the visitor center which I did and get...More
We thoroughly enjoyed this sleigh ride within the Elk Refuge. We were picked up in a van from the visitor center and transported to the Refuge. We then boarded an open air sleigh pulled by beautiful horses. It was a snowy morning however we dressed...More
We took a day off skiing and decided to visit the Elk reserve. What a great decision! You can reserve your tickets but we just turned up. You sit in a horse drawn cart, with some nice warm blankets. Then you are taken through the...More
This is a fun way to see elk -- lots and lots of elk -- up close and personal, in a very safe manner. Tickets are $25 a person, but the sleigh only holds 12 or so passengers, so it's a small group. Bundle up,...More
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Enough snow for this activity is 50/50 before December 25th. You could luck out with a good early winter there or not enough. The peaks will have snow to make it picture perfect but enough for a sleigh ride. Planning an... More
Enough snow for this activity is 50/50 before December 25th. You could luck out with a good early winter there or not enough. The peaks will have snow to make it picture perfect but enough for a sleigh ride. Planning an early trip before Janurary and thinking there is going to be enough snow for anything or everything is always a gamble.