Grand Teton National park receives around 2.7 million visitors each summer; and for those who aren’t traveling there this year, the parks are likely on a life bucket list. Grab your camera and don’t miss out on any of these experiences of the Grand Tetons.
Enjoy the Grand Teton National Park Mountains
It’s all about the mountains in Grand Teton National Park.
Twelve snow-capped peaks surround the park’s namesake and act as a stunning backdrop for the entire region. Hardcore climbers scramble up icy moraine for an epic summit view, and hikers enjoy well-maintained trails that wind through fields of sagebrush and dense evergreen forests.
Four visitor centers and six campgrounds operate during the summer; these are excellent starting points for exploring the area.
Take a Scenic Drive
TravelStorysGPS is a free resource that allows people to listen to GPS-enabled audio tours of the local history, ecology, and geology as they drive through the park.
Occasional bison crossings hold up traffic — Grand Teton National Park is not as busy as Yellowstone, so visitors have a better chance of glimpsing wildlife.
Enjoy the Water
Roam the streets like a Cowboy
Each winter, skiers flock to Jackson Hole Mountain Resort for its challenging runs and reliable powder.”
There’s no better way to get outdoors than to visit Grand Teton National Park. Four million visitors a year can’t be wrong: Grand Teton National Park and neighboring Jackson Hole are world-class destinations all year long.
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