Established in 1933, Crystal Creek Outfitters is one of the oldest continuously operating businesses in Jackson Hole and runs three camps in the 317,874-acre Gros Ventre Wilderness. Located 27 miles from Jackson Hole, the Base Camp lies along the Gros Ventre River and has the historic Wort/Puchi cabin onsite, Crystal Creek Camp sits at the base of Crystal Peak in a stunning meadow, while Jagg Creek Camp is a 17-mile ride from the base camp. These three camps constitute the largest areas assigned to a single outfitter in the Gros Ventre Wilderness. A unique quality of Crystal Creek is that all three camps are permitted for dual-season operations. These camps can be set up in May and used through the end of the fall. With top-quality hunting for the Big Five elk, Mule deer, Shiras moose and Bighorn Sheep, plus bear in the spring and lion in the winter, Crystal Creek Outfitters is a top-of-the-line hunting operation. Business includes all saddles, tents, tack and equipment to operate all three camps.
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The gateway to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, Jackson Hole is a thriving town nestled at the base of the Teton Mountain Range. A haven for outdoor enthusiasts, it offers fly fishing, climbing, hiking, biking, paddleboarding, white water rafting, and kayaking in the summer and skiing at the world-renowned Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in the winter. The area consists of a proud local population and hosts millions of visitors each year. Hole was a mountain man term for valley, so Jackson Hole consists of the town of Jackson and other small communities including Kelly, Moran, Teton Village and Wilson. With direct flights from 13 cities including New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago and Atlanta, Jackson Hole is “the most accessible destination resort in the Rockies.”
Grand Teton National Park is a 20-minute drive and Yellowstone National Park’s southern entrance is an hour and a half to the north. Both national parks and the ample amount of public lands nearby make up 97% of Teton County, creating endless opportunities for outdoor recreation during all seasons.