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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlpenhof Lodge Teton Village
This place has a great location and staff but that's all. The place needs a renovation badly. Food pretty good in the restaurant.
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... mountains it scraped out a basin and dropped ridges of rock (called moraines) around the edges. When the glacier melted, water filled the basin and formed Taggart Lake. Bradley Lake (elevation 7,022 feet) is fed by a stream from Garnet Canyon, which originates from a glacier next to Middle Teton approximately 5,000 feet above. All of the field groups made it to both of the lakes today, completing a 6 mile loop.
We stopped in the large visitor center at the south of the park and they advised us to head over to the tent-only campground at Jenny Lake ASAP if we wanted a spot as it has been filling in the morning - we were glad we did as we got the last spot for 2 nights.
We set up the tent and then headed north to see the other sites. It was cloudy with no view of the mountains so ...
... Ventre Range, not to mention the large array of different colored wildflowers. We hung out up there for a while and headed down to try and get back to work. We decided we wouldn't make it back in time for the cocktail party, so we called Kenzie to come pick us up. We picked up a large Full Sail at the General Store and jammed out on the front walk until Kenzie got there and got back just in time to ...
Laundry update: still not accomplished. The RV inhabitants are wondering if it will ever happen. I do appease them by taking them places to just buy more clothes. (Those National Park underwear and socks are really expensive!)
Rob hasn't killed anything lately. We have seen a fair amount of other casualties (mag pies, prairie dogs).
Started day off with a stop at Mormon Row to snap my own pics of the old barn with the Tetons behind in the distance. Decided to let ...
... learn and adjust to the calls from Ryan.Ruby sat comfortably. Stewart suggested she get on her knees up in the front so she did as the rapids where small here. After awhile, Ruby decided she would try riding the bull. As soon as we hit the next rapid, she fell back and landed on her back into the raft with legs flailing in the air. It was very funny. Ruby was done with riding the bull but did stay up front holding on as the ...