Grand Targhee Resort
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With at least a week's forecast of warm Indian Summer weather ahead, we decided to get out on the Teton trails before heading south to the Rockies. Our first hike was through the Laurence S. Rockefeller Preserve to Phelps Lake. The Preserve is the newest addition to Teton National Park, preserving valley wetlands and providing trail access to the glacial lakes at the western base of the Tetons. The interpretive center was closed for the ...
... into Wyoming for a few miles to pick I-80 towards Salt Lake City..were meeting Ross and Nancy Kitt for dinner in Provo. They're on their way south to Florida from Oregon. Who'd have thought we'd meet up in Utah? The sights on I-80 down the canyon is breathtaking! There is a train running along the edge parallel to the road going in the opposite direction.the hillsides are dotted with sagebrush, sandstone abutments, scattered ...
... Grand Teton National Park (GTNP) – only one third its current size. John D. Rockefeller, Jr. visited the area in the 1920s and was dismayed by the haphazard development marring the landscape. He began buying and then donating land to the Federal Government. In all, over 35,000 acres was added to the park by Rockefeller ensuring views of the Teton Range and public access to northern Jackson Hole were preserved for future generations.
... around Swan Lake and Heron Lake in the afternoon - more photo opportunities. It is always interesting to chat to fellow hikers along the way. We met a couple from Manchester who were working their way around the world In their retirement. He was making a calendar from all the photos he took. We walked the last quarter mile with a couple ...
... campground, we visited the general store and the RV office store. Annie bought a Yellowstone t-shirt, and Wesley found the wolf stuffed animal he had his eye on - and for $17 cheaper! He was so excited. (Thank you, Hamma & Hampa for the spending money!)
We drove to Grand Teton National Park and found a campsite at Signal Mountain. It was barely long enough for our motorhome, and after several attempts to level the RV by raising the back wheels (we used EVERY ...