Gros Ventre Mountains Photography Gallery

Jackson Below Josie's Ridge at Sunset
Southern Jackson Hole Below Josie's Ridge
Josie's Ridge Trail in Aspen Trees
Backlit Grasses on Josie's Ridge Trail
Fireweed Against Tree Trunk
Sink or Swim Trail in Forest
Highway 22 and Jackson Below Josie's Ridge
Yellow Leaves in Green Bushes
Linda's Trail Switchback
Early Fall Colors on Snow King
Linda's Trail on Snow King Mountain
Sink or Swim Trail in Forest
Josie's Ridge and Snow King
Rain Drops on Violet Aster Wildflowers
Josie's Ridge Trail Above Jackson
Jackson and Flat Creek Below Hillside
Jackson Below Surrounding Mountains
Aspen Trees and Sagebrush on Josie's Ridge
Burned Trees and Fireweed
Thick Wildflower Growth Along Trail
Lush Wildflowers in Wilson Canyon
Cow Parsnip and Fireweed Wildflowers
Burned Trees in Wilson Canyon
Wilson Canyon Trail Below Canyon
Fireweed Wildflowers
Wildflower Field Below Teton Mountains
Trail Descending the Sleeping Indian
Blue Miner Lake and the Red Hills of the Gros Ventres
Hiker on Sleeping Indian Summit
Eastern View from the Sleeping Indian Summit
South from the Sleeping Indian Summit
Snow Bank Below Sleeping Indian Summit
Snow in Mountains Above Blue Miner Lake
Northern Gros Ventres Beyond Alpine Lake
Red Hills Behind Blue Miner Lake
Gros Ventre Drainage Below Sleeping Indian
Hiker Below Sleeping Indian Summit
Hikers Descending Sleeping Indian
Sleeping Indian Trail Ascending to Summit
Cloud Passing over Sleeping Indian
Teton Mountains from Sleeping Indian Trail
Wildflower Meadow and Jackson Hole Valley
Wildflower Meadow Below Forested Hills
Wildflower Meadow Below Forested Hills
Wildflowers Below Teton Mountains
Wildflower Meadow and Teton Mountains
Duncecap Larkspur and Wildflower Meadow
Wildflowers in Large Meadow

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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