Lost Creek Ranch
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... heaven!! (You will see why I am describing our campsite in more detail later in this post).
It was an overcast day with a chance of scattered thunderstorms throughout, but my fearless husband and I weren't willing to give up any time in these beautiful mountains, so we put our rain gear on and drive to jenny lake. And the minute we arrived...a massive (but amazing) storm struck right over the Grand Teton. It was powerful to watch and hear! Once it died down, we ...
... feet to an elevation of 10,790. The uphill element to this hike was not actually the most difficult element, it was undoubtably the thinning of the air which catalysed our fatigue as we zigzagged up the mountain. To make matters worse somewhere along the way my main water bottle went missing so we had to do the hike on a rationed amount of water. After about 4 or 5 hours we reached the top which was a welcomed achievement as the walk felt like it was never ...
... program on the history of Teton and how it actually became a National Park. We learned a lot we never would have known, and Maeve and Ava got to hold elk and moose antlers and a bison skull.
It was getting dark and time to settle in. It was a cool night, getting into the 40’s overnight, and we fell asleep to the mountain air and sounds of nature outside our little home away from home. We were living our ...
This morning we went to the most popular part of Grand Teton NP - Jenny Lake. The last time we visited this park (5 years ago) we came to this area in the middle of the day and discovered all the guidebooks were right - the parking lot was overflowing, so we skipped it. We've also read that it's busy for a reason; it's a great location with spectacular views, so we knew we had to make it a priority this time! So, we ...
... mountains shoot up from the valley without any foothills, making them seem taller than they really are. Grant enjoys the fact that the name comes from French trappers who thought the mountains resembled breasts! In terms of wildlife, you can see most of the same animals as Yellowstone, they just aren't as common. We did see a coyote today. We were told that there is a fox den right at the entrance to our campground, so maybe we'll see them (the kits ...