Right next to Yellowstone National Park is a must see if traveling through - fall is especially beautiful
Majestic mountains with lots of wildlife. We always see moose, elk and bison and other animals too. There are generally less people here than in Yellowstone which is a bonus. One of my favorite parks!
Absolutely amazing park. We flew into Salt Lake City and rented a car, then drove up to the park. It was a great drive up as well, especially if you haven't been to that part of the country before. Way less people here than at Yellowstone, a huge plus. Recommend the ranger hike that takes you across the lake and... More
Majestic! That's the best way to describe the views inside this park. One of my favorite spots! I love looking at the mountains. One must see to appreciate.
We drove through Grand Teton on our way to Yellowstone. It is nice place to stop by and take pictures and enjoy views. Visited in Jul-10 Duration of visit: 1-3 hrs
In my opinion, Grand Teton is often overlooked by the Yellowstone visitors. But this is exactly what makes Grand Teton National Park even better. I have visited both Yellowstone and Grand Teton. I usually only spend one day in Yellowstone and five days in Grand Teton. Why? 1. Less crowded. 2. Have always seen more wildlife. 3. Ease of travel... More
We recently made a very specific visit to Grand Teton NP. We trekked the Granite Canyon trail on XC skis with a guide. Lucky for us, the trail had already been broken by someone, making it slightly easier for us. The entire loop took about 2 hours, including a full five to ten minutes where I fell in deep snow... More
I've heard many people say that Grand Teton is better than Yellowstone for wildlife, and this may well be true. We had limited time in the parks, and the lure of the Geysers meant that Yellowstone was our priority, but we spent most of a day in Grand Teton. We didn't get to see much wildlife, but the scenery was... More
With herds of buffalo, deer and elk running it its shadows, the majesty of the Grand Teton National Park is not to missed. The horseback riding is especially good and the hiking trails are excellent.
I loved how many trails there were to hike on. We chose the most difficult one, and it was a blast! It was off of Death Canyon Trail to Static Peak --- A 20 mile hike in 10 hours to 11,000 ft. elevation.
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