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Moose Wilson Road

Wyoming Highway 390, Moose, Grand Teton National Park, WY
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Wyoming Highway 390, Moose, Grand Teton National Park, WY
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The road is appropriately narrow to keep speed slow in a national park, but it is also the highway bypass to Teton Village from the north. The traffic is horrible because stupid large cars and trucks cause havoc. If you have all day to drive...More

1  Thank Malinda P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Go early, be patient, and be rewarded - Moose 30 feet from our car feeding on tree leaves - awesome.

1  Thank leemi1
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We drove this road a few times, the first was midday and we didn't see a thing. Knowing that the best times to spot wildlife are right around sunrise and sunset, we drove it again at 8:30pm and saw a Red-tailed Hawk, geese, 2 young...More

2  Thank Julie M
Reviewed May 5, 2017

We were lucky enough to spot some (2) Moose, Bisons and Elks as well as birds. The scenery is also beautiful and there are a couple of easy trails to be done.

2  Thank Laurie P
Reviewed April 4, 2017

What an incredible area. A little off the normal roads travelled by the tourist caravans. Take a leisurely drive down the road for some great sightseeing of the mountains and meadows.

1  Thank bittychicken
Reviewed December 22, 2016

If you take in the old Moulton Farmhouse and classic barn on Mormon Row (off Antelope Rd), complete the loop by driving along Gros Ventre (pronounced Grow Vahnt) Rd, which travels along the Gros Ventre River. It is a favorite Moose area, and your chances...More

6  Thank gstephenson147
Reviewed November 1, 2016

Traveling through this road give you the opportunity to see and stop at many places and have great views of the mountains and lakes.

2  Thank betty f
Reviewed October 31, 2016

I've visited two straight years, both times in October, so I cannot comment on other seasons. But this was a can't miss place for wildlife -- moose, beavers, bears in particular. Go early or late in the day, drive slowly, be prepared for other tourists,...More

2  Thank Glenn N
Reviewed October 27, 2016

There is great scenery from the mountains to the foliage to the wildlife. But much of the road is not paved and can be a bumpy ride. Not to be missed though.

1  Thank SCCLane
Reviewed October 21, 2016 via mobile

Take a winding, sometimes dusty road between Teton Village and Moose, throw in the beauty of the forest and the chance of spying wildlife and you have an adventure. Also a good shortcut to airport or The Parks if coming from Teton Village. A few...More

1  Thank Loveacorona
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Driving the road in a sedan, can it be done? I saw elsewhere that people said they had to turn around and could not drive the road in a sedan due to potholes. Is that true?
August 10, 2016|
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Response from Traveller31792 | Reviewed this property |
It can be done, just keep slow. BTW, all but one of the moose we saw was in this area. They were all near water so while you keep your eyes on the road, passengers should be looking for moose and elk.
Where to you enter Moose Wilson Road, and do you exit by backtracking or is it a loop? I see it on the Trip Advisor map, but it looks like Route 390? Thanks!
June 1, 2016|
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Response from researchtraveler2010 | Reviewed this property |
We entered Moose Wilson Road from the north where Teton Park Road meets Moose Wilson Road by Craig Thomas Discovery and Visitors Center in Moose. The moose sightings were just south of the north entrance.