Grand Teton National Park

Rudely named by French-speaking fur traders, the Teton Range rises abruptly alongside Wyoming’s western boundary. Paddlers ripple the reflections of snow-tipped mountain peaks, backpackers overnight in bear country, and photographers stalk grazing elk and pronghorn antelope. The Tetons were protected and appended to Yellowstone as a separate national park in 1929.

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Latitude: 43.813 Longitude: -110.6813 Elevation: 6938 ft

Recreational Opportunities

In the winter there are many opportunities for cross-country skiing. Most side roads, as well as the inner park road and Moose-Wilson road are snowed closed but open for skate- or cross-country skiing.

Seasons Accessible

all year, but many facilities closed in winter


$25/car - see website for fee information

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