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Jackson Lake
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Jackson Lake, Grand Teton National Park
Jackson Lake, Grand Teton National Park
Jackson Lake, Grand Teton National Park
Jackson Lake, Grand Teton National Park
When the Teton Park Road ends at US HWY 191, continue north to Jackson Lake Lodge. Even if you are not staying here, it is worth a stop. This is one of my favorite spots to take a break and take in the views of Jackson Lake and the Tetons. On a warm and sunny day, I love to sit out on the Blue Heron Lounge patio and get a snack or a drink while taking in the stunning scenery. If it is not so warm and sunny, the views .....from the lodge lobby or the Mural Dining room are equally breathtaking. Show less
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Hidden Falls
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Hidden Falls, Grand Teton National Park
Hidden Falls, Grand Teton National Park
Hidden Falls, Grand Teton National Park
Hidden Falls, Grand Teton National Park
Hidden Falls, Grand Teton National Park
Hidden Falls is a waterfall located in the Teton range next to Jenny Lake. Inspiration Point is a viewpoint over Jenny Lake. Since these two spots are located on the same hiking trail, it’s easy to combine both of these into one very scenic hike. Hidden Falls   Inspiration Point
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Teton Park Road
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Teton Park Road, Grand Teton National Park
Teton Park Road, Grand Teton National Park
Teton Park Road, Grand Teton National Park
Teton Park Road, Grand Teton National Park
Teton Park Road, Grand Teton National Park
Two roads form this loop: Highway 26/89/191 and Teton Park Road. Teton Park Road follows the base of the Teton range between Moose and Jackson Lake. This road is closed from November 1 to April 30. Highway 26/89/191 is open year-round. You can do this drive clockwise or counterclockwise. I recommend doing this drive counterclockwise. Start at Moose, visit Mormon Row at sunrise, and then drive north along Highway 26/89/191 to visit Schwabacher Landing and the Snake River Overlook in the morning hours, the best time for photography. Continue on to Oxbow Bend .....and from here, visit the sites along Jackson Lake or take Teton Road South to Signal Mountain and Jenny Lake. Show less
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Jenny Lake
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Jenny Lake, Grand Teton National Park
Jenny Lake, Grand Teton National Park
Jenny Lake, Grand Teton National Park
Jenny Lake, Grand Teton National Park
Jenny Lake, Grand Teton National Park
Solitude, mountain views, peace and quiet…this was one of our favorite experiences at Grand Teton National Park. For over an hour, Kara and I paddled around Jenny Lake in a canoe. It was a Wednesday morning in August and we felt like we had the lake to ourselves. Yes, there was the occasional shuttle boat, but other than that, it was just the two of us on the lake. If you are looking for a great way to avoid the crowds, consider putting this on your list. We rented a canoe from .....Jenny Lake Boating for an hour and a half (from 7:45 am to 9:15 am) and during this time, we were their only rental customers. You can also rent a canoe or kayak and paddle to the west dock of Jenny Lake to start your hike to Hidden Falls and Inspiration Point. You pay for the canoe and kayak by the hour. Click here for pricing. Show less
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Signal Mountain Summit Road
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Signal Mountain Summit Road, Grand Teton National Park
Signal Mountain Summit Road, Grand Teton National Park
Signal Mountain Summit Road, Grand Teton National Park
This narrow road winds up several switchbacks to the top of Signal Mountain. At the top, there are views in multiple directions. You can look east towards the Snake River or west towards Jackson Lake and the Teton Range. Allow lots of time for photos. Bring your binoculars or spotting scope as its also a great place to watch herds of pronghorn and elk in the valley far below. The road is 5 miles long and gains 800ft. Trailers and RVs are not allowed. The entrance to the road is on .....Teton Park Road just south of the Jackson Lake Dam. Show less
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Swift Creek Outfitters - Teton Horseback Adventures
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The Jackson Hole area is cowboy country. If you really want to experience cowboy culture first hand, go horseback riding. There are lots of dude ranches just outside the park, or you can book a guided horseback riding trip with a licensed outfitter inside the park.   
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Headwaters Lodge & Cabins at Flagg Ranch
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Headwaters Lodge & Cabins at Flagg Ranch, Grand Teton National Park
Headwaters Lodge & Cabins at Flagg Ranch, Grand Teton National Park
Headwaters Lodge & Cabins at Flagg Ranch, Grand Teton National Park
This large complex is about 30 minutes north of Jackson Lake Lodge and is a good option for visiting both Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park. Accommodation options run the full range from cabins, RV sites, tent sites and camper cabins. I had a room in one of the cabins which was quite modern and spacious. The Flagg Ranch also has a restaurant, a gas station and store for basic supplies.
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Colter Bay Village
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Colter Bay Village, Grand Teton National Park
Colter Bay Village, Grand Teton National Park
Colter Bay Village, Grand Teton National Park
Colter Bay Village, Grand Teton National Park
Colter Bay Village, Grand Teton National Park
Colter Bay Village, Grand Teton National Park
Colter Bay Village is on Jackson Lake and offers incredible views of the Teton Mountains. This area offers rustic mountain cabins as well as campsites. I strongly recommend making reservations well in advance as they do tend to fill up. Other than lodging, Colter Bay Village offers hiking, kayaking, canoeing, swimming, fishing, horseback riding, and a general store. There is also a gas station as well. I highly recommend checking this area out. The views from the lakefront are beautiful.
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Solitude Float Trips
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This is one of the best spots to get amazing views of the Teton Range.  You can walk along the Snake River here, with plenty of spots for kids to stop and play.  The trail follows the River for four miles, but can can go for any distance you choose.  Between the river and the grassy plains, there are lots of opportunities for wildlife watching here.
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Laurance S. Rockefeller Preserve
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The Rockefeller family played a huge role in preserving the land of Grand Teton National Park. This reserve is an 1,100 acre refuge located within Grand Teton National Park and was donated by the Rockefeller family in 2001. In 2008, the visitor center was built on this parcel of land. The visitor center is beautiful and it was the first property in Wyoming to be certified in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, the highest accolade for environmentally friendly building practices. Hiking to Phelps Lake, mentioned next, is a very popular hike .....to do on the preserve. With a parking lot that can only accommodate a small number of cars, this preserve is meant to be quiet, serene, and meditative. It’s estimated that only 300 people per day visit the reserve, which is just a tiny fraction of the number of people that visit Grand Teton National Park per day. Parking at the reserve can be a challenge.Plan to get here before 9 am to get a parking space. After 9 am, expect to wait for a spot, and depending on the day and the time that you get here, your wait could be several hours long. Getting Here: The Laurance S. Rockefeller Preserve is located on Moose Wilson Road. Show less
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Phelps Lake
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This is another popular hike in Grand Teton National Park. This 3.3-mile loop starts at the Laurance S. Rockefeller Preserve and takes hikers out to the beautiful Phelps Lake. It’s an easy hike that is perfect for families and hikers of all ages. To do this, you combine the Woodland and Lake Creek trails into a loop, with the start and finish at the Laurance S. Rockefeller Preserve. Alternative to Hiking to Phelps Lake: Drive to Death Canyon Trailhead and hike one mile to the Phelps Lake Overlook. This will give you .....a panoramic view over Phelps Lake. The road to the Death Canyon Trailhead is called Whitegrass Ranch Road and is accessed from Moose Canyon Road. This is a rough gravel road and the NPS recommends having a 4×4 for this drive. Show less
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Jackson Hole Airport
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Jackson Hole Airport, Grand Teton National Park
Jackson Hole Airport, Grand Teton National Park
Jackson Hole Airport, Grand Teton National Park
The closest airport is Jackson Hole Airport, which is located in the park. In fact, Jackson Hole Airport is the only commercial airport located within a national park. Other nearby airports include Idaho Falls Regional Airport (94 miles, 2 hour drive) and Salt Lake City International Airport (280 miles, 4.75 hour drive).
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John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway
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John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway, Grand Teton National Park
John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway, Grand Teton National Park
John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway, Grand Teton National Park
John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway, Grand Teton National Park
John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway, Grand Teton National Park
John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway, Grand Teton National Park
Also known as Highway 89 and Highway 191, this road connects Yellowstone National Park with the northern part of Grand Teton National Park. The parkway travels through the forest, then along the shores of Jackson Lake. Be sure to stop at the Jackson Lake Overlook for the best views. Willow Flats Turnout just north of Jackson Lake Junction is also a great place to stop. Bring your binoculars and try to spot elk on the flats below.
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Teton Whitewater | Jackson Hole Whitewater Rafting Outfitter
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The Snake River runs through Grand Teton National Park. It has some sections of gnarly white water for adrenaline junkies and some more mellow flat water sections for those who want a more tame experience. Either way, you’ll be surrounded by some beautiful scenery. Local outfitters offer both white water trips and family-friendly scenic float trips all summer long.  
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Wyoming 390
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This partially-paved road connects the town of Moose inside the park with the town of Wilson, southwest of the park. It travels through forests and marshes and is one of the best places to spot wildlife in the area. Keep an eye out for beavers, moose, and bears. The road is 15 miles long and is closed to RVs and trailers. The road also has periodic closures if there is too much bear activity.
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Hatchet Resort
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I like the Hatchet Resort for its convenient location. It is only a short 15 minute drive from Oxbow Bend on US Hwy 26 which makes it a great spot for starting and ending the day with sunrise and sunset views at the Oxbow Bend overlook. The historic resort has been recently renovated so that you get the look of rustic log cabins with all the modern amenities. I especially appreciated having a walk in shower. There is also a convenient on site restaurant and bar that serves breakfast, lunch and .....dinner or just a cooling drink at the end of the day. Show less
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Pioneer Grill
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Jackson Lake Lodge has 4 on-site restaurants. For fine dining, check out the Mural Room, featuring panoramic views of the Tetons. The Blue Heron Lounge offers more casual dining and the Pioneer Grill features communal counter dining. If you’re lounging at the pool, you can grab food and drinks at the Pool BBQ.
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Signal Mountain Lodge General Store
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Signal Mountain has a number of dining options. Trapper Grill serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Peaks Restaurant offers more high-end dining. Both offer reasonably priced kids menus. Located 11 miles north of the lodge, Leek’s Pizzeria offers local microbrews along with pizzas, sandwiches, and calzones. They also offer a kids menu. The on-site gift shop and general store have everything you need from fishing supplies and snacks to souvenirs.
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National Elk Refuge
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National Elk Refuge, Grand Teton National Park
National Elk Refuge, Grand Teton National Park
National Elk Refuge, Grand Teton National Park
The National Elk Refuge is situated right before the entrance to Grand Teton National Park, to the north of Jackson. This area was created to preserve and restore the Jackson Elk Herd, and provide a safe habitat for many other animals, birds, and fish. In the winter, the Elk migrate down from the mountains into the valley floor near Jackson, Wyoming which make them visible to passersby on the highway. The Game and Fish Department estimate that around 5,000 elk come to stay in the valley during the winter months. A fence borders .....the highway just outside of the city for some miles simply to prevent any encounters between elk and vehicles on the road. They aren’t fenced in but in fact, wild! If you are planning to photograph the Elk herds, make sure to be quiet and be patient! They get spooked easily and even a cough will scatter them out of your shot. Establish your presence as a quiet bystander and they may just wander in your frame. Read More:Our Complete Travel Photography Gear List   Show less
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Yellowstone National Park
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Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park
Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park
Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park
Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park
Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park
Yellowstone National Park is one of the largest national parks in the United States, and there is a lot of things to see and do inside the park.  To give you a head-start on your planning, I have highlighted the top 10 things I would recommend seeing in Yellowstone below.  I have also included a map so that you can get a sense of where each of these attractions is located and how to plan to see them. View Larger Map Grand Prismatic Hot SpringUpper Yellowstone FallsLower Yellowstone FallsOld Faithful GeyserMammoth Hot .....SpringsHayden ValleyLamar ValleyYellowstone LakeRoosevelt ArchNorris Geyser Basin Show less
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Mangelsen Images of Nature
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The Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park area is such an incredibly beautiful area with so many amazing things to see and to photograph.  I have included galleries below of just some of the beautiful pictures I was able to take while visiting these wonderful parks.
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Teton Range
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Teton Range, Grand Teton National Park
Teton Range, Grand Teton National Park
Teton Range, Grand Teton National Park
Teton Range, Grand Teton National Park
Teton Range, Grand Teton National Park
Found at the Northern entrance to the park, the arch is one of the most iconic images of Yellowstone National Park.  It welcomes visitors with the message, “For the benefit and enjoyment of the people”, which was taken from the Organic Act (the legislation passed in 1872 that designated Yellowstone as the world’s first national park).  President Roosevelt himself laid the cornerstone of the arch in 1903, and the arch has been welcoming visitors to Yellowstone ever since its completion.
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Norris Geyser Basin
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The Norris Geyser Basin is a large geothermal area in Yellowstone National Park that includes a large number of geysers and other thermal features.  These features include Porkchop Geyser, Whale’s Mouth, Pinwheel Geyser, Emerald Spring, and Steamboat Geyser.  This is an area of Yellowstone that is another absolute must-see.  For a neat tour of the Norris Geyser Basin region of Yellowstone, check out this online Virtual Tour.
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Jackson Hole Aerial Tram and Gondola Rides
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Jackson Hole Aerial Tram and Gondola Rides, Grand Teton National Park
Jackson Hole Aerial Tram and Gondola Rides, Grand Teton National Park
No trip to Grand Teton is complete without a pit stop in Jackson, Wyoming.  Jackson Hole ski resort is gorgeous, as is the city of Jackson.  The shopping and restaurants are fun to take in.  But my favorite part of visiting Jackson is going on the Jackson Hole gondola.  The sites from the top are out-of-this-world.  Here is some more information on the Jackson Hole gondola.
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Lupine Meadows Trailhead
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Hiking in Grand Teton National Park is a challenging but rewarding experience. The region’s jagged landscape and steep trails lead to unbelievable vistas that you won’t find anywhere else. Plus, there’s nothing like the peaceful solitude that comes with hiking amongst nature. Here is a quick look at some of the best hikes in Grand Teton National Park:
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String Lake
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String Lake, Grand Teton National Park
String Lake, Grand Teton National Park
String Lake, Grand Teton National Park
While the kids loved the boat ride on Jenny Lake, we found String Lake to be much more our speed.  The crystal clear water is surrounded by forrest on one side and the extreme slopes of the Tetons on the other.   There are several great spots to have a picnic, whether at a table or on the shore.   We spent over three hours here just letting the kids play at the water’s edge and enjoying the quiet sounds of nature.   This ended up being one of our favorite .....things to do in the park! Show less
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