Thanks for the info.
I've done a little homework. Both areas offer single day climbing opportunities. Jackson Hole has the whole spectrum ... from full on mountaineering to easy cragging and bouldering.
Personally, I'm more interested in cragging or a nice long day out on a multi-pitch climb. Peak-bagging is not my top priority. (Though I was looking at Exum's "Grand Teton In a Day" program
As for Lake Louise, I would be solely interested in the cragging there. I have heard it is phenomenal. Was wondering if anyone has climbed there and can verify this. (Photo in the new Patagonia catalogue shows Brittany Griffith climbing at Lake Louise.)
While Lake Louise has the incredible Lake Louise Chateau to stay at ... it looks like Jackson Hole has much more activities for the wife and kid (fishing, horseback riding).
If the weather is more stable in Wyoming, that's a big plus as well.
So maybe I should switch this discussion over to simply suggestions, comments and recommendations for climbing in Jackson Hole.