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This was by far one of my favorite spots in the park. We got there early before there were a lot of people and the views were just breathtaking. I got some of my best photographs here and highly recommend!
Iconic view of Tetons with barn in the front. To get the best shots you need to cross over the small ditch by the path and walk away from the barns then look back. Watch out for the little bluebirds flitting all over the place....More
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.
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.