Grand Teton National Park is a visually stunning place like no other. The Teton Range pierces up through the flat valley with peaks at over 13,000 feet.
At the base of the range, lakes formed by ancient glaciers provide dazzling places to go hiking and sightseeing. And as part of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, it has abundant wildlife viewing opportunities, including moose, elk, bison and both black and grizzly bears.
A tranquil contrast to its immediate neighbor to the north, Yellowstone National Park, it completes an epic road trip with dramatic mountainscapes, animal sighting, historic ranches and cabins, all easily accessible by vehicle.
The journey starts as you drive through any of the 4 main entrances, continuing along the loop that includes the 26/89/191 highways along the Snake River to experience the entire park drive route.
Along the way we discover how the Teton Range are some of the youngest mountains in the world, but with the oldest rocks. Relax and soak up the panoramic views of the Teton Range and surrounding valleys as we cruise to the elevated summit on Signal Mountain.
You’ll hear the stories of settlers and ranchers as you wander alongside homesteading era structures at the Mormon Row Historic District, such as TA Moulton Barn and at JP Cunningham Cabin.
Of course we head to Jenny Lake, where you can board a scenic shuttle boat and hike the many popular trails. Keep your fingers crossed and eyes peeled for wildlife along Moose Wilson Road, perhaps stopping to visit the Laurence S Rockefeller Preserve.
With all the extra stories, tips and directions, you’ll enjoy a road trip drive around the Grand Teton Loop, made easy.
Teton Village, Jackson, Moran or Snake River. Or Arrive directly from Yellowstone.
You can explore Grand Teton National Park and visit all the best sites in just one day. Of course extra days are better and adding hikes is a bonus with more time
Around 90 miles of touring roads within the Park
Many people confuse Grand Teton National Park as being a part of Yellowstone National Park. Although these two parks are technically neighbors, Grand Teton wows visitors in its own way with its dramatically carved peaks and gorgeous alpine lakes and rivers.
Grand Teton National Park is a visually stunning place like no other. Many will add on a visit to Grand Teton as almost an afterthought when visiting Yellowstone, but this is underestimating the rugged beauty, peacefulness and array of experiences on offer. Grand Teton wows visitors in its own way with its dramatically carved peaks and gorgeous alpine lakes and rivers.
Grand Teton National Park is located just north of Jackson, Wyoming, and the Jackson Hole Airport is located at the base of the Teton Mountain Range, smackdab in the middle of Grand Teton National Park.
The Teton Range pierces up through the flat valley with peaks at over 13,000 feet. At 13,775 feet, Grand Teton is the highest point of the Teton Range, and the second highest peak in Wyoming.
Unfortunately each park now collects its own entrance fees so you will need to purchase a separate pass each for Grand Teton and Yellowstone.
Depending on the length of your stay it might be best value to purchase an America the Beautiful annual pass which gets you entry into any national park without any time restrictions.