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Beautifully kept trails and a lovely, almost serene visitor center. The lot fills quickly, but empties with a little patience. The trails in this reserve lead easily across to Phelps lake, an under appreciated beauty in my family's opinion. Highly recommended
Named to honor John D. Rockefeller, Jr. who made significant contributions to Grand Teton National Park, the road runs through some of the most beautiful country in the nation. It is important, however, to get off the highway to really enjoy what you are seeing...More
The Center offered a glimpse into the surrounding area and had a round room with surround sound. If you stand in the center of the room and close your eyes your mind will be transported into an idyllic forest setting - a babbling brook, a...More
Finished in 1972, the 82 mile parkway runs north-south to connect Yellowstone National Park and Jackson Hole, WY, through Grand Teton National Park. Its name honors the visionary who bought 32,000 acres in the 1920's and later gave them to the nation as the core...More
If you want a flat hike this is the one for you. We had every intention of hiking around the lake, but upon arrival learned that the "right" half was closed due to bears eating a moose carcass( drowned when it fell through the ice...More
This is not a very pronounced area, unless you happen to be driving between Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, it is not something to drive to, but drive through. Sure the drive is nice, but so it the rest of the Grand Teton National...More
This scenic parkway connects Yellowstone and Grand Teton NP. Along the drive, there are information boards on forest fires.
We did the drive on a Tuesday morning in August. There was no one on the road, and the drive was very relaxing and peaceful. We...More