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We sadly said goodbye to Yellowstone as we have wonderful memories from our stay here, but it is time to move on south. As we drove toward the southern entrance of Yellowstone we stopped at Lewis Falls on the way. The distance between the two parks is short and we were soon in the Grand Tetons.
These towering mountains dominate the landscape for miles, bordering on Jackson Lake. We drove the Teton Loop along the Tetons and ...
... tribes used to roam, tribes such as Shoshoni, Crow, Blackfeet, Bannock and Gros Ventre populated this area (thank you Wikipedia!).
Driving into Grand Teton National Park we just soaked up the scenery.
It was exactly as we imagined it to be, everything was a lush shade of green with huge trees and snow capped mountains in the background - truly beautiful. We drove through the park and managed to get a couple of nights at the Coulter Bay Campground within ...
We all got up early and went for sunrise at Oxbow Bend. On the drive in, there were more clouds that I'd seen on any of the previous days, but by the time we got to Oxbow, the sky was pretty much blah over the Tetons with just some high thin cover. There were more clouds behind us, which ended up blocking some of the sunrise, but we still got some nice shots with alpenglow on Mt Moran.
The next item on the agenda was to head over to ...
... What a spot of luck! They were really cool and had been doing all the national parks, eventually making their way to Canada. They had some really funny stories so we enjoyed the evening, welcoming the hospitality of their open fire and cover. The next morning, we had decided to do a tour of all the main geysers and to hopefully see old faithful explode! The tour was fascinating; the geysers were all called various names depending on their appearance. Artists paint pot was ...
... hike with views of Slide Lake. We will then return to campus for a lesson on astronomy with Dr. Sam Singer. Sam is known for his passion for the night sky. In college, he built telescopes and observatories. He even built an observatory at TSS. Sam has also been recognized by NASA for a lesson that he wrote on astronomy. He is currently launching a nonprofit organization called Wyoming Stargazing in the hopes to help others ...
Other places to stay in Jackson
285 N. Cache St, Jackson | 3 star hotelfrom $199
350 South Highway 89, Jackson | 2 star hotelfrom $190
480 W Pearl , Jackson | 2 star hotelfrom $133
- To Loud!
- Great place to stay
- Nice little place
330 West Pearl Ave, Jackson | 3 star hotelfrom $120
- Pretty Good
- Busy Place
- Too much $$$ for what we had!
930 W Broadway, Jackson | 3 star hotelfrom $177
- Best value in town.
- Wyoming Inn - great rooms, wonderful extras
- Very nice hotel
50 North Glenwood , Jackson | 3 star hotelfrom $253
- Wonderful Place to Stay
- Good Hotel
- The Wort is Wonderful!!!
420 West Broadway, Jackson | 2 star hotelfrom $160
45 East Pearl Street, Jackson | 2 star hotelfrom $128
- Great location, good price
- Rude Staff, Terrible Experience
- Love the Ranch Inn
125 N. Jackson Avenue, Jackson | 2 star hotelfrom $163
260 N. Millward Street, Jackson | 3 star hotelfrom $212
175 N Jackson St, Jackson | 4 star hotelfrom $337
- This place rules!
- Great location
- Worth every cent - treat yourself!
265 North Millward Street, Jackson | 2 star hotelfrom $116
475 N. Cache, Jackson | 4 star hotelfrom $235
750 West Broadway, Jackson | 2 star hotelfrom $62
Upper Flat Creek Rd, Jackson | Hotelfrom $560
Ski Hill Road, Jackson | Hotelfrom $167
150 N. Millward St., Jackson | Hotelfrom $100
460 E. Broadway, Jackson | Hotelfrom $50
240 N. Glenwood Drive, Jackson | 1 star hotelfrom $82