Moose Head Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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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 ...
... and then we headed toward nearby Jackson Hole. On the way we stopped at Menor's Ferry and Chapel of the Transfiguration. It was a very interesting look back in time at how the settlers lived and how the ferry across the Snake River worked. The church was very plain on the outside, but the view of the Tetons from inside the church was breathtaking.
The drive to the southern part of the Teton National Park ...
... 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 ...
... t been there, its a MUST for your "bucket list." And that's no ****.
We got back to our campsite, quickly packed up and were on the road by 7:30. We continued south and pulled over whenever we found something that we thought would make a good photo. Again, the views were breathtaking. We were so fortunate to be able to photograph this area with a nice bright sun and very little wind. We continued south until we ran out of Tetons then headed back ...