Jackson Hole is surrounded on all sides by mountain barriers. The “hole” or valley is 48 miles long and approximately 6 to 8 miles wide, roughly consisting of 400 square miles. This area contains the headwaters of the Snake River. Teton County, Wyoming where Jackson is found has 97% of it’s land protected from future development. National Parks, Forests and conservation easements have assured that the wild character will remain in perpetuity for our beautiful valley. Since only 3% of the county’s land is develop-able, we see stable property values have abundant wildlife.