Teton Skies offers three types of exclusive stargazing experiences. Each of these programs is available year-round, with special accommodations made for your comfort during cold weather. All of our programs are private, meaning that your party has exclusive use of the equipment and the undivided attention of our astronomers. And, while stargazing is weather-dependent, our experts will provide you with personal updates on current visibility and conditions to ensure that your experience is perfect.
Resort Experiences: Explore the night sky from the comfort of your hotel. This one and half hour program can accommodate any number of guests, enabling you to mingle with friends, family, or colleagues, while enjoying a relaxed evening under the stars. Available exclusively at The Four Seasons Resort Jackson Hole, Hotel Terra, and Teton Mountain Lodge.
Grand Teton Experiences: Let our experts take you to the best stargazing spots in one of America’s greatest National Parks. Our astronomers will pick you up from your hotel and guide you through an amazing evening of beautiful landscapes and gorgeous skies.
Private Events: Bring the wonder of the night skies to your special event. Whether it’s a wedding, a family get-together, or a corporate event, Teton Skies is happy to design a custom program to fit your needs.
Teton Skies does not hold its guests responsible for changing weather. Throughout the day, our expert staff are checking the latest weather conditions, forecasts, and satellite data. Each astronomer has extensive knowledge of local weather patterns and will contact you to discuss any anticipated issues with visibility. If your scheduled program is cancelled by Teton Skies due to inclement weather or poor visibility, you will incur no fees and we will gladly work with you to reschedule.
If you need to cancel your stargazing experience for any other reason, we ask that you please do so at least twenty-four hours in advance. Cancellations made by guests less than twenty-four hours prior to the scheduled start of the program will incur the full program fee.
Photo: The Milky Way / Max and Dee Bernt