Summers in Jackson are a magical thing, when snowy ski slopes transform into a network of forests and trails. The wildlife is abundant, the rivers are teeming with mountain water, and visitors flock to the area to enjoy the season’s gifts. Most summer trips to Jackson are incomplete without a photo under the antler arches or a rowdy evening at Jackson Hole Playhouse, but there are hidden gems to be found here, too. This list highlights the lesser-known activities on offer to help make your trip a little more special. For tips on where to stay, check out this guide to hotels in Jackson, Wyoming.
Out of the Thai islands I’ve visited so far, Koh Phayam just might be my favorite (though I have plans to visit another island soon, so things may change!). What I love most about Koh Phayam is that it’s more or less cut off from the rest of the world. Internet can only be found in one or two places, electricity is run on generators for only a few hours a day, and there are no cars on the island (which would be silly, because there’s no roads big enough to hold them). It really feels like a secluded and secret place.