Grand Teton National Park displays one of the most glorious mountainscapes in North America: the sheer rise of the Teton Range from the valley of the Snake River in Jackson Hole. From moose-sloshed lakes and sagebrush bison pastures to the glaciers and crags of the high Tetons past 13,000 feet, the whole sweep of the countryside dazzles. Connected to Yellowstone National Park to the north via the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway, Grand Teton offers a smorgasbord of outdoor activities: floating the Snake, biking the extensive multiuse path, fishing, hiking, backpacking, and mountaineering, to name a few. This is the Western landscape of your dreams.
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