The Alpine House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... had brought two sets of car keys with us so we were not stranded. D checked with the ranger station, but nobody had turned it in… Most likely it's sitting at the bottom of Jenny Lake 256ft below the water’s surface!
We stopped back through town on the way back to camp for groceries for lunch and dinner. D and I took a nap while the kids played in the cabin. After lunch, we drove back into Jackson Hole to visit the ...
... clouds all sort of moulded into one which I thought represented nature at its best. The extreme weather, heat and manner of this park was second to none. After the excitement we felt it was time for a cup of something hot as it had been raining all day with sporadic hail storms and icy weather. Not exactly ideal when you are trying to trail outside, trying to take in the scenery. Slightly warmer after our tea, we decided to call it a day and head back to the campsite. The ...
May 30, 2014
Today, we woke up on Colter Bay in Teton National Park. We spent the night in a Park RV campground as we needed some electricity to power up. We took a hot shower and found a nice camp site on Jackson Lake looking over to the Teton mt range.
We rode our bikes on great bike trails near Jenny Lake, riding past Teton Glacier and the whole range right beside us. We could ...
... 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 ...
... the wolf and to thank him again for the information. The volunteer was there but was another ranger on duty. We have a brochure that we got on one of our trips that talks about the different wolf packs in the Tetons but does not have all the information that the cards on the Yellowstone wolves has. The ranger confirmed the wolf we saw this morning was from the Buffalo Pack
Still reved up from our sighting, we decided to do a short ...