Flat Creek Saddle Shop

Flat Creek Saddle shop prides itself on being an “old time” Western saddle shop with emphasis on customer satisfaction, service, and a huge inventory of 250 saddles, chaps, chinks, accessory tack, custom belts, saddle pads, blankets, and pack equipment for horses and mules. Their saddle inventory is one of the largest available. A few of the brands carried are Courts, McCall, Circle Y, Longhorn, Martins and Tucker, and they can also custom-make saddles. Because of the extent of their inventory people often bring their horses in to custom fit their saddles.

Teton Mountaineering

Locally owned and operated since 1971, Teton Mountaineering is the source for high quality climbing, backcountry skiing, camping equipment and clothing in the Jackson Hole area. The experienced staff will help you plan next excursion and offer first-hand, local knowledge about all of the activities to do in the Tetons.

Snake River Angler

Snake River Angler is a full-service Fly Fishing Shop and Guide Service based in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The valley of Jackson Hole is surrounded by the peaks of the Teton Range to the west, the immense Gros Ventre and Snake River ranges to the east and south, and the highlands of the Teton Wilderness to the north. From these high peaks flows the clean, clear and cold water that provides one of the greatest trout fly-fishing destinations in the world. They offer trips in Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks and target brown and rainbow trout, but the true gems of the basin are the vast quantities of native cutthroats. 

Cayuse Western Americana

Since opening its doors in 1997, Cayuse Western Americana has offered Jackson Hole a museum-like setting to showcase one-of-a-kind antiques. Owned and operated by expert Mary Schmitt, the historic downtown store amazes customers with its collection of cowboy, Native American Indian and National Park artifacts. The trained staff can tell you the history and heritage of each unique item and take you on a cultural tour of America’s westward expansion. Cayuse also offers a selection of art, jewelry, artifacts, and other memorabilia.

Wool & Whiskey

Located in Teton Village, Wool & Whiskey is a men’s mercantile shop with a fully stocked whiskey bar. The store, first of its kind in Jackson Hole, takes a functional yet ruggedly sophisticated approach towards dressing the western man in a modern lifestyle. The outerwear and clothing selection is of a tougher breed – from the bomb-proof local Mountain Khakis to classic Pendleton jackets. Neat or on the rocks? This is the only way white lightening is served at Wool & Whiskey.

Fighting Bear Antiques

Fighting Bear Antiques specializes in furnishings by Thomas Molesworth, rustic furniture, American Indian beadwork, Navajo rugs and textiles, and other fine antiques. From their home in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, they search high and low to bring you the finest accents for your home. They are very proud of the items they carry and are happy to work with you to find the perfect items to make your home uniquely yours.

JD High Country Outfitters

Born of a life in the Tetons, JD High Country outfitters have the expertise and equipment to provide authentic experiences that enhance outdoor pursuits and lifestyles. JD High Country Outfitters is the evolution of the two leading fly shops, guiding operations and purveyors of outdoor gear in Jackson, WY: High Country Flies and the Jack Dennis Outdoor Shop. In addition, Jack Dennis Outdoor Shop has been supplying its customers with quality outdoor apparel, footwear, skiing, firearms and camping equipment for over forty years.

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