Tammah Jackson Hole
Packing List

Fish the world-class headwaters of the Snake River. Take a bike ride through the base of the Tetons. Day trip into the interior of Grand Teton National Park. There is endless adventure all within a close distance of your private Tammah Jackson Hole Geo-Dome. In order to ensure that you're prepared for your time in the mountains, you’ll need the right gear. Below is a list of helpful items you’ll want to bring with you to fill your stay with the right kind of memories.

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Let the adventure begin! Jackson Hole experiences a true four-seasons and outdoor enthusiasts and Tammah guests should be prepared to make the most of their time no matter what time of year. Mid-Summer months in Jackson Hole can be rather perfect. High temperatures typically peak in the high 80’s with it cooling down to the low 60’s at night (F). In the Winter, things definitely shift quite a bit. Jackson Hole see’s some of the highest average snow fall accumulations in the country. High temperatures in Mid-Winter can be in the single digits, with low temperatures at night being in the -20’s to -30’s (F).

On a good year, Jackson Hole receives frequent precipitation. Some rain, some snow, and some of both at the same time. We recommend all of our guests travel with a waterproof layer no matter what season – it’s better to have it when you don’t need it rather than not have it when you do need it.

Do note – there are several local outdoor clothing and gear stores nearby that would be happy to outfit you in appropriate gear if you forgot something at home.

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At night you’ll certainly want to have the right layers regardless of the season – it’s not unheard of for temperatures to reach freezing temps even in the peak of summer. It’s a good thing you’ve got the warmth of a community fire, the cover of a unique and spacious geodome, and coziness of premium bedding each and every night of your stay at Tammah – Jackson Hole.

Comprehensive Packing List

Hiking Boots.
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Let’s start from the bottom, shall we? If you plan to do any hiking (and you should - Grand Teton National Park is just a 5-minute drive away) you’ll want proper hiking boots with good tread, ankle support, and waterproofing (if possible) to navigate all the terrain you'll come across.
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You’ll also want to consider a pair of camp shoes. Even the best hiking boots are a relief to take off at the end of a 3-hour out-n-back. We’re still working on laying the red carpet throughout camp (may take a few decades) so bring a pair of sneakers or crocs you can wear to relax by the fire.
Water Shoes.
olive men's sneakers
If you’re into cliff jumping or floating the river, you’ll want these.
soft, house slippers
Even in a luxurious Tammah tent, life is always better with a nice pair of slippers.
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For all your adventures, you’ll want high-ankled, moisture-wicking socks. Good rule of thumb: 2 pairs for every day - one for exploration, one for relaxation.
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A comfortable, anti-chafing and fast-drying pair of shorts will make your days hiking a lot more pleasurable. Bring a pair for every day you plan to be out and about.
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Moisture-wicking zip-offs are best. Though the climate charts read balmy and mild during the summer, we find the weather can change on a dime here. If you’re into zip-offs you’re in luck. When 80’s turn to 60’s and gusty, it’s nice to have some extra protection. Even if they’re not zip-offs, make sure they’re comfortable for walking long distances, fast drying, and moisture-wicking. Bring a pair for every day you plan to be out and about.
Water-wicking Underwear.
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Bring a few extra pairs!
Warm Pajamas.
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Even in the summer, the nights can be chilly. We recommend bringing warm pajamas and an insulated cap to keep you comfortable all night.
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If you’re wearing it in camp, cotton is great, but out on the trails, you’ll want a moisture-wicking, breathable shirt.
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Because weather can change quickly, bring a long-sleeve similar to the material of the above T-shirt.
Mid-weight insulating layer.
thick woolen jacket
Synthetic fleece or a wool shirt/pullover should do the trick.
Heavier insulating layer.
autumn, men's jacket in olive color
We never know what the weather can do, particularly in May, June, September and October and early mornings/late evenings. Best to be protected with a wool, down or heavy-weight fleece jacket.
Lightweight Gloves.
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Simple, windproof gloves can make a real difference in the middle of a hike in late Spring and early Fall months.
Brimmed Cap.
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A baseball or full-brimmed hat is best for sun protection.
Insulated Hat.
colorful, woolen snow caps
A beanie to keep you warm in the mornings and evenings.

Equipment to Pack

  • Day pack or small backpack

    Make sure it has enough capacity for extra clothes, and everything else below.

  • Additional Towels

    Taking a swim in Jenny Lake? Floating down the Snake River? Taking a dip in a Hot Spring nearby? We highly recommend it! However, we do ask that you bring your own personal towel for out-of-camp water adventures.

  • Pack Bladder or Reusable Water Bottle

    We recommend each guest carry two liters of water with you while adventuring off-site. Hydration is a top priority when ensuring your own wellbeing while on vacation (you know this, but just as a reminder).

  • Bear Spray

    Free rental available on site as well. Ask about bear spray when you check in at the Welcome Center.

  • Sunscreen

    You wouldn't think that being just a few more thousand feet closer to the sun at elevation would make a difference, but it does. Protect yourself and re-apply frequently. Sunscreen can also be purchased in the Welcome Center upon arrival.

  • Sunglasses
  • Camera
  • Binoculars
  • Fanny Pack
  • Insect Repellant
  • Phone charger
  • Prescription Medications
  • First Aid Kit

    We of course have one at our location, but be prepared to take your own first aid kit into the park or while adventuring off-site.

  • Toothbrush/paste

    Can also be purchased at the Welcome Center upon arrival if needed.

What NOT to Pack

We have many of your needs covered at Tammah – Jackson Hole. Here is a list of things provided
for you during your stay:

  • Premium Bedding

    Everything from the King sized mattress to the luxury pillow covers, we have the comfort part covered.

  • Shower Towels

    We ask that you bring your own beach towel for off-site adventures, but we have towels for on-site use.

  • Standard Bath Products

    We’ve got the soap, shampoo and conditioner.

  • Power for Electronics

    Each unit will have full access to power for recharging your cameras and electronics.

  • Mini-Fridge

    Each unit will be outfitted with a small mini-fridge and counter space.

  • Barbeque Grill

    The resort will have a communal BBQ grill onsite to be used as needed for Tammah Guests.

  • S’mores

    Ask about the evening S'mores each night at Tammah - Jackson Hole when checking in (weather permitting and hours change per season).