Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
Categories: National Parks, Nature & Parks
Discover wild nature at Grand Teton National Park. Walk through the valley in-between snow-covered mountain peaks, explore the plants, and animals which roam through this place. Observe birds, moose, bison, elks, and many other creatures. Take the opportunity to admire the park, or maybe take photos of the scenic site in front of you. Go fishing in one of the numerous lakes scattered around the park. Bringing food, and water, is recommended, as well as wearing proper clothing for an outing in natural terrain. Plan your visit to Grand Teton National Park and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Moose travel itinerary maker.
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There is a section of Moose-Wilson Rd in the southern section of the park which is noted on the park's map as "unpaved road". It is a dirt road with so many potholes (both small and very large) that t... read more »
Tijdens onze roadtrip vanuit Denver Grand Teton NP bezocht voordat we naar Yellowstone NP zijn doorgereisd. "Teton" is (nog) niet echt heel erg bekend en eigenlijk hoop ik dat dat ook zo blijft. Toch ... read more »During our road trip from Denver Grand Teton NP visited before we travelled to Yellowstone NP. "Teton" is not (yet) really very very known and actually I hope that like that too. However, I would recommend to anyone who visit Yellowstone especially also to reserve a few days for Teton and not ' just ' to travel through it.show original
Maybe the best park we have ever been too. Amazing views of the Tetons throughout the park. Go for a hike around one of the many lakes for some views of the mountains reflected in the water. The refle... read more »
This place is beautiful, peaceful, and amazing. They do a great job of keeping it "natural" despite all the tourism. We see animals daily, many times the walk through the golf course community we stay at - mouse and deer. It's incredible.
We hiked Paintbrush on a beautiful August day. Start early if you plan on hiking to the peak. Soak your feet in the glacier-cold stream on your return trip.
Definitely a beautiful destination, great scenery, and a nice moderate level hike up to Ampitheater Lake made the trip most memorable. Hard to beat a snowball fight in July with temps in the 80s
Grand Tetons are some of the most beautiful mountains I have ever seen. It's simply stunning. You couldn't create better views if you were God, himself. Tons of hiking, camping and rivers and streams to explore. The area was also founded by early US Government farming projects, I believe it was called Homesteading, and if you look closely as you drive towards the park, you may see family cemeteries around ruins of houses or large trees.
The Grand Teton (from the French big nipple, though those mountains look more like sharp teeth than nipples to me) is a very nice park to visit. The views of the mountain peaks from the road a really great, the summit sharp will impress you. There are quite some options for hiking and the proximity to Yellowstone National Park means you have to spend at least a day in the Grand Teton. Spotting wildlife is quite common and we were lucky enough to see a bear family at dawn after a long hike in the woods.
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