Grand Teton National Park Photography Gallery

Rocky Section of Lake Creek Trail
Autumn Ground Brush on Lake Creek Trail
Snowy Tetons Above Forest
Autumn Cottonwoods and Snowy Tetons
Autumn Aspen Leaves on Moose-Wilson Road
Mountain Reflection in South Fork Pond
Small Rocky Waterfall in South Fork
Small Waterfalls in South Fork of Cascade Canyon
Snow Melt Waterfalls in South Fork
Morning in the South Fork of Cascade Canyon
South Fork Waterfalls
Alpine Creek Flowing Toward Waterfall
Creek in Upper South Fork of Cascade Canyon
Wildflowers in Alpine Meadow of South Fork
Snow Melt Creek in the South Fork
Waterfalls in South Fork of Cascade Canyon
Snow Melt and Snow Bank in South Fork
Rocky Ridges in the South Fork of Cascade Canyon
Alpine Tundra in the South Fork of Cascade Canyon
Evergreen Groves in the South Fork of Cascade Canyon
Schoolroom Glacier Below South Teton
Upper South Fork of Cascade Canyon
Teton Peaks Above Schoolroom Glacier
Sunrise Behind Middle Teton
Wilderness Boundary on Hurricane Pass
Alpine Tundra on Hurricane Pass
Grand Teton Silhouetted at Sunrise
Death Canyon from the Shelf
Death Canyon Below the Death Canyon Shelf
Recent Rockfall on Death Canyon Shelf
Wildflowers on Death Canyon Shelf
Alpine Wildflowers Along Teton Crest Trail
Marion Lake Below Peaks
Cliffs Above Marion Lake
Lupine and Cow Parsnip Above Marion Lake
Wildflowers Above Marion Lake
Lupine Wildflowers Near Marion Lake
Teton Crest Trail Passing Marion Lake
Peaks Above Marion Lake
Trees and Bushes Lining Marion Lake
Silhouetted Tree Against Marion Lake
Indian Paintbrush in Upper Granite Canyon
Granite Canyon Wildflowers Along Teton Crest Trail
Wildflowers at the Top of Granite Canyon
Boulder Overlooking Granite Canyon
Granite Creek Headwaters
Teton Crest Trail in Upper Granite Canyon
Indian Paintbrush Against Log

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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