Just north of historic Jackson Hole, WY, Grand Teton National Park is one of America's most impressive national parks. With the jagged peaks of the Tetons as the backdrop, Grand Teton National Park is surrounded by plentiful open plains, the sweeping Snake River and abundant wildlife including, buffalo, elk and bear.
Every year, millions of visitors flock to Grand Teton National Park to take in the natural , rugged and most stunning environment. As if just looking at the massive Teton peaks isn't entertaining enough, outdoor enthusiasts will find a playful paradise in Grand Teton National Park. Hikers and climbers take on the Tetons, while floaters and fishermen can enjoy the sparkling water of the Snake River. In the summertime, the park is alive with wildflowers and fascinating afternoon rainstorms. Take a boat across scenic Jenny Lake or go boating on the enormous Jackson Lake. There is also plenty of opportunity for horseback riding and picnicking.
In the winter Grand Teton National Park gets some of the best snow in the west, the quality of which is only matched by the technical challenge of the terrain. Accomplished skiers will never run out of places for backcountry skiing. There are also opportunities for cross-country skiing, snowmobiling and snowshoeing.
Whether you visit in the summer or the winter, seeing Grand Teton National Park in all of its untouched beauty is the opportunity of a lifetime.