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 firstname.lastname@example.org.