Gros Ventre Mountains Photography Gallery

Early Snowfall on Josie's Ridge Trail
Early Snow Covering Jackson Hole
Hiker Admiring Teton Mountains
Teton Mountains Beyond Hiker in Meadow
Hiker Overlooking Jackson Hole
Hiker in Snowy Forest
Aspen Trees Below Teton Mountains
Teton Mountains Above Aspen Trees
Early Fall Leaves in Rock
Fireweed and Larkspur on Mountainside
Fireweed Covering Alpine Meadow
Fireweed Wildflowers Carpeting Meadow
Alpine Scree Field Above Jackson Hole
Wildflowers Below Alpine Peak
Alpine Pond in Gros Ventre Wilderness
Hiking Trail Heading into Gros Ventre Mountains
Trail Descending Toward Jackson Hole
Fireweed Wildflowers on Hillside
Fireweed Wildflowers Below Aspen Trees
Fireweed Wildflowers Growing in Large Meadow
Fireweed Wildflowers Below Peak
Indian Paintbrush Wildflowers
Cache Creek Trail Lined with Fireweed
Josie's Ridge Trail Above Jackson Hole
Snow King Beyond Crystal Butte Trail
Storm Clouds Passing over Jackson
Comet Neowise Above Jackson
Josie's Ridge Overlooking Jackson Hole
Tetons Beyond Josie's Ridge
Indian Paintbrush in Sunlight
Indian Paintbrush in Grasses
Indian Paintbrush on Josie's Ridge
Balsamroot Wildflowers on Josie's Ridge
Columbine Wildflowers on Snow King
Columbine Wildflowers in Sunlight
Jackson Hole and Tetons Below Snow King
Storm Clouds Above Josie's Ridge Trail
Bighorn Sheep Rams on Hilltop
Teton Mountains Beyond Crystal Butte
Trail Descending Toward Jackson
Crystal Butte Trail Along Ridgeline
Teton Mountains Rising Out of Jackson Hole
Bighorn Sheep Along Trail
Indian Paintbrush Against Log
Trail Descending Toward Cache Creek
Wildflowers Along Crystal Butte Trail
Balsamroot Wildflowers on Crystal Butte
Crystal Butte Trail Ascending Hill

Gros Ventre Mountains Information

Often overshadowed by the neighboring Teton Mountains, the Gros Ventre Mountains are a local secret for tremendous mountain scenery and escapes into secluded mountain destinations. With the Gros Ventre Wilderness at the heart of the mountains, towering peaks and euphoric mountain environments are up every canyon. Hundreds of miles of hiking and backpacking routes take adventurous hikers through some of the most underrated mountain scenery in the region. Closer to Jackson Hole, both the Sleeping Indian (aka, Sheep Mountain) and Jackson Peak provide incredible hiking and new and exciting challenges. A local's favorite for camping, Shadow Mountain stretches out into the northern reaches of the mountains along the eastern edge of the Valley of Jackson Hole.

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