Grand Teton National Park

The glorious Grand Tetons are just a few miles south of Yellowstone National Park but totally different in look and feel. Here you have towering snow-topped mountains reflecting their majesty in the still lakes of the sagebrush-dominated valleys. The Park includes all the major peaks of the 40 mile long Teton Range as well as the valley sections where you will find the villages of Jackson Hole and Teton Village .

Grand Teton National Park is primarily a place of contrasts; you can enjoy a tranquil stroll along a nature trail or join a climbing expedition to a peak. At almost 14,000 feet, Grand Teton rises nearly 7,000 feet above Jackson Hole, towering over its not insignificant neighbours, Jackson Lake – the biggest in the area and one of the highest in the US – which is primarily fed by the Snake River, which was an important part of the early explorers route to the west.

Just a thank you for your help with our Yellowstone trip. I have had many different holidays around the world but this was one of the best thank you very much for all your help.

Mr & Mrs Frost - Travelled to Yellowstone