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seen from the online picture, the snowy mountain with this wooden house is a very beautiful scenery, however, when we get there, it's already afternoon (4:30pm in summer time), so the house is not facing the sun, so may be if you go there in...More
If you are looking for that ideal spot for a family photo or rustic photo with the Teton's in the background, this is the place. I've been a couple of times and have enjoyed each time. This past trip, my son and I had fun...More
This is the place to go to recreate the same photos you see in posters and artwork throughout the area - the rustic house/barn with the tetons in the background and no modern day things obstructing the view in the background. A great place to...More
The road here is not difficult and the scenery if terrific. We also saw wildlife on the way here. I would definitely include this on a trip to GTNP as it offers a taste of what the West was like in the 1800’s.
The barn/area are MUCH smaller than I thought, but this is till a pretty cool place to visit. It's only a < 10 minute drive from Dornan's / south entrance to Grand Teton, so might as well pop by. Read some articles/wikipedia about the area...More
You are correct on the unpaved roads and no cars...fortunately, the drivable roads come close enough and have a parking area which is a short (maybe a 100 feet) from good viewing angles. A walkable road continues past the... More
You are correct on the unpaved roads and no cars...fortunately, the drivable roads come close enough and have a parking area which is a short (maybe a 100 feet) from good viewing angles. A walkable road continues past the buildings, it's not real long and is flat, so no access problems.
We actually went there on a jeep safari tour, but went back in our rental. Have a good visit.
Oh geeze, I just saw your question was 2 months old. Sorry I didn't see earlier.