The Lodge At Jackson Fork Ranch
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... on the hillsides. Got into Jackson Hole, Wyoming around supper time. Made me think of Whistler in the winter - it was teeming with people! Picked up some maps at the beautiful info centre and they directed me to Gros Ventre (pronounced 'grow vaunt') Campground in Grand Teton National Park for the night. Campsite is huge and was very busy but I managed to get a good level spot. It was VERY cold and I got out some warm clothes for going into the parks the next day. ...
2358 feet elevation gain in 5 miles in 3 hours , up at 10,300ft
Emily and I got a late start this morning, but ended up reaching the trail head of Jackson peak via Goodwin lake around noon after an hour long ride into Curtis canyon via the horrible off-road trail in Robs truck. The road isn't maintained, so there are parts where you can't even squeeze past if another car is coming, and there are huge chunks of dirt taken out where people are gotten stuck in ruts. ...
... so we stopped for a photo. We were pleasantly surprised we were driving right through the Grand Teton National Park area. The road our GPS wanted us to take was perfectly parallel to Teton Park Road going right through the park. No brainer which road to take! Speed limit was 30 miles per hour but worth the slow down. Made a few stops for pictures. The best was Jenny Lake overlook, absolutely beautiful with the lake and mountains ...
Thurs. July 31 – Day 6 Hi everyone! I'm writing this from Red Hills Ranch in Wyoming, near Jackson Hole. Alex and I have been here for two full days now – and we apologize for the lack of communication but we have no internet or cell reception out here! On Tuesday, the 29th (I think…my days are getting all mixed up) Alex and I woke up reeeeally early (about 4 am) to get ready and set off to see the Badlands at sunrise. We had arrived the night ...
up at Wal-Mart for the next 3 days including 20lb of ice to keep the food cold
and the sundowners chilled. That day we crossed into Wyoming in the late afternoon and stopped
for WiFi as usual at Mc. D. but had to go across the street to Starbucks as the
Mc. D. did not have any power plugs, can you believe it. Anyway the coffee was
a hair better and we made good contact via skype to home.
evening we stopped high up ...