The Alpine House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... top, but found out beverages are not allowed on the tram so I had to dump it out before heading back down.
I thought the tram ride was a bit pricey at $80 for our family of 4, however, on the way to Teton Village we did see two moose along the side of the road in a wetland ditch area and got to stop and take pictures. So I guess we can figure that in to the cost of admission. It was then back to Jackson Hole for dinner and a little more shopping at the ever present tourist ...
... a number of very nice shops. As you can imagine it is extremely expensive with a pair of gloves costing over $200 USD!!! We had a glass of red at a small boutique bar behind a wine cellar then headed back to get ready for dinner. Where do I begin, and how can I possibly explain the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar? The first thing you see are the saddles at the bar, yes they are the seats. Then we look down the bar and what do we see? A bottle of Bundaberg ginger ...
... to describe so I’ll leave that to the photographs, but let me assure you – they barely do it justice. You also have to consider the crisp mountain breeze mingled with the smell of pine and clear waters rumbling along soft stony riverbeds. At the ranch you can horseback ride, hike, fish, explore many nearby national parks and national forests – it’s even located in the Bridger-Teton National Forest! The ranch itself is managed day-to-day by a couple, ...
... had kind of ruined the day and definitely made the experience less enjoyable. On the way back, however, we spotted something running into the trees in a meadow; it was a wolf! I was too delayed in capturing this beauty; beige in its colouring and majestic in its movements. We were elated; wolves are very good at blending into the scenery and even the rangers advise that they cannot guarantee any will be seen. But, we had seen all the wildlife we had picked out to spot in the ...
... really well run, and focus around amazing natural phenomena. Grand Teton Park and Yellowstone Park are no exception. I found out about this place through Peter, a river guide and a fellow volunteer at Kalani, and I'm glad I made it.
We set up camp at Signal Mountain which is inside the National Park (by the way, 'park' can sound confusing to the Brits... Its more like the US version ...