Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

Often overlooked in favour of the much busier Yellowstone, Grand Teton National Park consists of just over 300 acres of parkland including around 40 miles of Rocky Mountain peaks. Say hello to the Teton Range!

Grand Teton Tours

Grand Teton ToursThe tallest mountain in the Grand Teton range soars to over 13,000 feet, making it not only the second highest summit in Wyoming (Gannett Peak being number one) but also an absolute magnet for mountaineers and high-altitude hikers.

With more than 200 miles of hiking routes, featuring lakes, rivers and untouched ecosystems, Grand Teton tours are simply splendid. A definite must for those who favour snow-capped mountains and Kendall mint cake.

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Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

Grand Teton Insider Tips

Amphitheatre Lake walk
This is the ideal trek if you're wishing to experience high-altitude over the course of a day and from flower-dotted alpine meadows to the chance to clamber over glacial moraine, the Amphitheatre Lake Walk is certainly up there with the best of them. With full views of Grand Teton and Amphitheatre Lake providing just a couple of scenic postcards this is a fairly strenuous 10 mile round hike but certainly worth the effort if you've got what it takes.
When to go
The months bordering the summer, namely May and September, are largely the best times to visit, as you'll find fewer crowds and fairly mild and dry conditions. The colourful foliage of October can be just as attractive as the fresh flowers of the spring and as long as you pack for every eventuality you'll be able to experience the natural displays quite comfortably. White water rafting fans should give June some thought, when the rivers will be at their highest.
Highlights & Activities

Grand Teton Tour Highlights

The Teton Range
The Cathedral Group in particular consist of some incredible peaks. Mount Owen, Teewinot and Buck Mountain all heaD past 12,000 feet. This is where you come for your Grand Teton hiking trails - pack a spare empty bottle to capture some of that uplifting mountain air.
Jackson Hole area
Jackson Hole is well-known as a low-elevation valley region consisting of picturesque waterways. Hiking trails around Jackson Lake are thoroughly worthwhile and if you get the chance to explore by boat you'll come across numerous islands.
Snake River Rafting
White water rafting and more sedate options are available on Snake River. If you're hoping to experience the beauty of Jackson Hole from a totally unique (and wetter) perspective, raise those paddles up high and hold on tight on an adrenaline-packed ride.
The variety of environments equates to several different species of mammals and birds occupying the park with wolves, bears and even mountain lions calling the Tetons their home. More commonly sighted critters include otters, martens and marmots.

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