Gros Ventre River Ranch
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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After leaving Yellowstone, which was wonderful - minus the road closures that make your trip around the park 2 additional hours of driving, we moved down the road to Grand Teton National Park. We decided to camp at Flagg Ranch which is the northern most campsite of Teton N.P. We chose our campsite very carefully since we needed to have an electric hook-up to charge Charlotte, but also this site had a water spicket AND was close to the newly renovated bathrooms - it's ...
... sight this did make for a refreshing change so we spoke to the visitor centre who recommended a long hike for us but advised bear spray so as I set off to get some Alex set up the tents on the way back I saw a couple of black bears- glad I got the spray. Sleeping that night was pretty awful not only was it freezing the air bed betrayed us and repeatedly deflated- reasserting my hatred for camping. However, regardless we woke early to start our 16 mile hike ...
We started the hike rather slow, with the kids not too excited. They were probably expecting this hike to be similar to the one last night. After a couple of stops and cookies they got more excited and got into their stride. Our first destination was hidden falls, which is pretty well hidden from view until we get close to it. Then we walked ...
... weather, and the ability to look up information and plan the next part of our trip that we want/need as well. So, we found a brewpub & got our internet fix this afternoon! We didn't do a lot in the park today, mainly just checked out the visitor centers and picked up information to plan our hikes for tomorrow. Grand Teton NP doesn't have the same range of geological features or as much wildlife as Yellowstone, but the landscapes are still ...
... between the two parks which unfortunately had filled up before we arrived. Luckily we noticed one sight with only an RV and we decided to make some new friends. The folks who owned the RV were an older German couple who were nice enough to let us set up our tent in their sight since they weren't using it. Thus we spent the night beside a river where from our tent we could see a flock of trumpeter ...