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TravelPod Member ReviewsAnne Kent Cabins Kelly
Two thumbs up! You would soon realize from my pictures below. What a magnificent place to stay it was! You see the tetons and huge green plains right from your porch. What else one requires when he is in Grand Teton NP? Nothing. Cabin is fully equipped with kitchenette, furniture, beds, towels, BBQ grill etc. Simply amazing!
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... we headed towards the most predominant feature in the landscape around us. The Tetons! We decided that due to the heat, having the dogs in the car (over 90 degrees) and current popularity of the park that our ability to get out an hit the trails was limited (dogs aren't allowed anywhere in park). So we decided to push through both Grand Teton and Yellowstone. Only slowing to take ...
... style="color: rgb(17, 17, 17); font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.8000001907349px; line-height: 17.9200000762939px;">We know this trip will be unforgettable for all students. They created memories that will stay with them for the rest of their lives.
... Most of the exterior shots in this part of the film were also filmed in Grand Teton National Park. You can even see Blacktail Butte in the movie. If you are interested in seeing a clip, try searching for a you tube video of the Rocky IV training montage.
This week students have also seen the warm spring (Kelly Warm Springs) from the movie "Django," and the cabin from the old black and white western "Shane". Both ...
... using their leadership and teamwork skills to complete different obstacles made of rope, cable, and wood. The low obstacles were about two to three feet above the ground. Students' individual skills, confidence, and group cooperation were tested. The day started wet and cold, but the weather changed and we enjoyed the sunshine for most of the afternoon.
After lunch, field groups headed back ...
... TSS Campus, we are actually located inside of the Grand Teton National Park. However, today we took our first field trip into the official gates of the park by driving north past the Moose Visitor Center to the the trailhead for our hike to Taggart and Bradley Lakes, which are located at the base of the Tetons. Taggart Lake (elevation 6,902 feet) was formed by a glacier flowing from Avalanche Canyon. As the glacier emerged ...