Enjoy wild beauty at Grand Teton National Park
Discover the beauty of Grand Teton National Park’s
more than 300,000 acres and book choice hotels for all your road trips. Explore more than 200 miles of trails and experience the majesty of this untamed wilderness. While the park is open year-round, keep in mind many roads and facilities close for the winter.
Hit the high terrain for a hike during the summer months or do some fishing. In winter you’ll find snowshoeing a popular activity as well as skiing. Remember some activities require fees, permits, licenses or registration by the National Park Service. Expect to see some wildlife including moose, black bears, bald eagles, elk, pronghorn antelope, coyotes and bison.
For those unable to venture out into the wilderness, view the Grand Tetons from the car with several scenic drives. Teton Park Road follows the base of the mountain range; Jenny Lake Scenic Drive goes around the east shore of Jenny Lake with phenomenal views of the peaks. Venture to Hidden Falls by Jenny Lake and hike the 2.5 miles in and take a boat ride back (there’s a fee for the boat). Signal Mountain Summit Road offers panoramic views of the range with two overlooks providing views of the valley below.
For visitors traveling the southern boundary of Grand Teton National Park to Yellowstone National Park using Highway 26/89/191 takes a little more than one hour and traveling by Teton Park Road takes a just a little longer.
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