Moose Head Ranch
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... As we approached our final destination on the hike (a scenic boat ride back to where we started) the skies opened up and we felt like we were in a rain forest (take a look at the video!). We ended our hike at Hidden Falls and then jumped on the boat back to our parked car. We were dirty, wet and tired and couldn't wait to put on warm clothes and play gin rummy by the fire....and then we returned to our once fabulous campsite to find....a river had, LITERALLY, run through ...
... was very peaceful. We can't begin to count how many times we looked up and said, "Wow!" One thing for sure is that the views don't get old! Other than amazing views, we didn't see too much else on the trail. The only wildlife, other than squirrels/chipmunks was a marmot...chowing down on some sort of animal poop. I guess it was tasty for him because he/she seemed to be enjoying it Of course, after that ...
After an early rise and much contemplation, we opted in true badass form for a daring ten mile mountain climb to two alpine lakes. We were under the impression that the hike started with meandering through a wooded area for two miles followed by three miles of a steep uphill climb. Unfortunately our assumptions failed us, and shortly after we started, we found ourselves mealing our way through five miles ...
It was raining when we woke up this morning. Jack & I went to the Albertsons to stock up on supplies. Kelley and David packed up the car and then came to pick us up. On our way into the Grand Teton National Park we stopped at the Wildlife across from the Elk Refuge. Not only was the museum in a gorgeous location but it had some incredible art! Then we made our way to Signal Mountain ...
... hike as we added hiking up part of the Cascade Canyon Trail to where it connects with the Jenny Lake Trail again. This was about 5.1 miles of moderate to strenuous hiking. While at the Falls you could tell when the boat arrived- all of a sudden it was crowded! Lots of folks just take the boat and the short hike and miss the real beauty ( and thrill) of getting there. Most of them also do ...