White Water Rafting: The Snake River can be run as early as May and as late as October. The mostly class II and III rapids make it a thrill that even novices can handle.
Hiking: With over 200 miles of trails in Grand Teton National Park, every direction is the perfect one, but for a beautiful, yet challenging hike, try the Teton Crest Trail.
Fly Fishing: If you love fresh trout, you’ll enjoy Jackson Lake’s unique species: River fine-spotted cutthroat trout. This is the perfect place to get caught with your fly down.
Brian Yaeger is the author of Red, White and Brew: An American Beer Odyssey. He homebrews in San Francisco and if you have an intact bottle of Ring of Fire, beer mail him at byaeger on the communal sites or at [email protected]