Grand Teton National Park Photography Gallery

Frozen Gros Ventre River Under Moonlight
Gros Ventre River Under Moonlight
Geminid Meteor Over Gros Ventre River
Moose in Sagebrush Flats Black and White
Moulton Barn and Milky Way Galaxy
Moulton Barn Below Milky Way Galaxy
Milky Way Galaxy Over Teton Mountains
Bull Moose in Sagebrush
Mule Deer Doe in Hoarfrost
Mule Deer Buck in Sagebrush
Teton Peaks and Fog
Glowing Teton Peaks
Milky Way Over Teton Mountains
Jackson Hole Fall Colors
Fall Cottonwoods and Tetons
Snow-Capped Teton Peaks
Snow-Capped Teton Peaks in Black and White
Snow-Capped Teton Peaks
Wet Bull Moose
Wet Bull Moose and Fall Colors
Fall Leaves on Aspen Trees
Snow and Fall Aspens
Autumn Aspen on Hillside
Fall Aspens in Snowfall
Aspens in Early Winter Storm
Lone Bull Elk in Snow Storm
Black Bear Eating Hawthorne Berries
Black Bear Reaching for Berries
Concerned Black Bear in a Tree
Black Bear in Tree Reaching for Berries
Black Bear in Tree Above Berries
Fall Cottonwoods and New Snow
Fall Cottonwoods and New Snow
First Snow on Tetons
Lightning Over Jackson Hole
Fall Color Abstract on Signal Mountain
Early Snowfall on Teton Mountains
Clearing Clouds Over the Tetons
Bison Walking in Sagebrush
Black Bear Searching Bushes
First Snow on Tetons
Breaking Fog on Grand Teton
Northern Harrier Diving
Gray Jay on Tree
Red Fox Looking Up
Hunting Red Fox
Red Fox in Grasses
Moose Cow Protecting Calf

Grand Teton National Park Information

My personal favorite national park, and one of the more underrated in the country is Grand Teton National Park. The park itself is home to one of the most picturesque mountain ranges in the world where the Teton Mountains tower above a massive valley used by dozens of species of wildlife for migration. The massive mountains, shooting straight out of the valley floor, offer new views every day both from Jackson Hole below and inside the mountains themselves. Deep in the Tetons are endless hiking trails that feature jaw-dropping scenery around every turn. The ever-popular Teton Crest Trail takes hikers on a 40-mile trek through some of the best scenery the Teton Mountains have to offer. Along the valley floor, many lakes offer casual tourists a glimpse into the natural wonders, such as Jenny Lake and Phelps Lake. Herds of bison are found throughout the valley floor, as are elk, moose, grizzly bears, gray wolves, and nearly any other animal that was native to the area.

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