TRAVEL TO AND FROM THE JACKSON HOLE AREA

BY CAR

Signal Mountain Lodge is located on Jackson Lake about 17 miles north of Moose Village. The entrance gates may or may not be staffed when you arrive. If they are, just explain to the agent that you are arriving to work at Signal Mountain Lodge. It's a good idea to bring your Employment Commitment form with you to show the gate agent. You will be given a park entrance sticker for your car during the check-in process.

Please note - if you are arriving before May 1st, Inner Park Road will be closed and you will not be able to get to SML via Moose Junction. Instead, you must enter the park via Moran Junction. Once in the park, turn left at Jackson Lake Junction and we will be 3 miles down the road on the right. 

BY PLANE

The Jackson Hole Airport is currently serviced by Delta, British Airways, Alaska Airlines, Qantas Airways, United, Air France, Air New Zealand, American Airlines, Copa, Virgin Atlantic, Aeromexico, KLM, and Lufthansa. Although the Jackson Hole Airport is a convenient option for travel, it can be expensive. To avoid a high travel bill, some have flown into Salt Lake City instead, then caught a bus to Jackson. See below for more details about bus companies that service the Jackson area.

BY BUS

There are two bus companies serving the town of Jackson. The Mountain States Express offers service from Salt Lake City, Utah to the town of Jackson. The Salt Lake Express is another option. Greyhound transfers to the Salt Lake City Express.

Staff are responsible for their travel arrangements to and from Signal Mountain Lodge. Staff driving their own vehicle may park it in the staff parking lot at the dorms. If you need a ride to the lodge from either the Jackson Hole Airport of the town of Jackson, please notify HR as soon as possible.