The iconic Walton Ranch in Jackson Hole has come on the market for the first time. Sited along the legendary Snake River and adjacent to the Grand Tetons with views over the entire valley, the 1,848-acre working ranch has its own resident elk herd and fishing access along the Snake River. This naturally preserved setting is surrounded by the grandeur of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks and yet is five miles to downtown Jackson and fifteen minutes to world-class ski resorts and private air service. Home to some of America's top corporate leaders, Jackson offers a sophisticated mix of restaurants, boutiques and cultural activities. With a great expanse of public land, including two national parks and three renowned ski resorts, Jackson Hole is a year-round adventure destination. Globally recognized as a sophisticated mountain resort destination for the adventure-seeking elite and a rejuvenating retreat for those seeking tranquility, Jackson is home to many of the nation's top business executives and the domicile of many successful nationally-recognized corporations. Wyoming has some of the most favorable tax and asset protection laws in the nation and Teton County has the highest personal per capita income in the U.S. surpassing Manhattan. Walton Ranch is situated in an enviable location along three miles of the east bank of the Snake River with year-round paved road access. The Grand Teton Mountain Range lies along the western side of the valley and rises to 13,772 feet providing a spectacular backdrop to the Walton Ranch. With its natural valley formation and unobstructed views, almost any spot on the ranch affords snow-capped mountain vistas. In order to protect the unique attributes of the ranch, the owners placed the property under conservation easement with the Jackson Hole Land Trust in 1983, marking a historical turning point in private land conservation at the time. The conservation easement gift of the Walton Ranch is the second largest private conservation effort in Teton County history, second only to the Rockefeller family's gift of Grand Teton National Park. Contact Ron Morris or Billy Long to get your hands on this ranch for sale.