Grand Targhee Resort
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- Non-smoking rooms
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Travel day! Today we are headed to the Grand Teton National Park! We packed up the trailer and headed out. We had to take the long ways through Yellowstone because one of the roads down by Old Faithful was still closed. It was about an hour drive to get out of the park. We drove through Hayden Valley and saw a coue of buffalo. It started snowing really bad so it was really hard to see any animals. It ...
... groups stopped at the Grand Teton Visitor Center.
Students then returned to campus and enjoyed a bit of free time before dinner. This evening, students will ...
... the National Park. En-route we drove into Teton Village, the accommodation area at the foot of the lifts for the Jackson Hole ski fields. (7 chair lifts, a gondola and an aerial tram) [By the way we found out that 'hole' equates to 'valley' as named by fur trappers who frequented this area in the 1800s.] The village was very up market and many of the homes would have to be owned by the rich and famous. We put on our all weather coats and hiked to Phelps Lake, ...
... top on those expert slopes. How inspiring!
The rest of the day was spent at the Teton Village base area checking out the ski shops, arranging for my ski day tomorrow and visiting the Mangy Moose (a wonderful spot named as one of the top ten après ski bars in the world) for a drink. Ok, so I hadn’t skied yet, but I will tomorrow! We also took the opportunity to ride up the gondola at the ski area, which was free after ...
... cannot describe the beauty of the Tetons – so tall, snow-capped, a forest of pines growing up the mountains. It is really breathtaking and we were all mesmerized. We stopped at a ranger station upon entering the park and the lady ranger was incredibly helpful and friendly. She gave us enough suggestions to fill our time in the park and we got started right away. The first stop was the summit of Signal Mountain. It was ...