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TravelPod Member ReviewsTeton Gables Wilson
Pleasant and clean and conveniently located -- petrol station nearby, restaurant right on site if you don't want to go into Jackson. Despite location at main intersection, it wasn't noisy. Pleasant staff. Much cheaper than anything in the centre of Jackson.
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We got an early start 7:45 AM however, Bruce is out with the Go-Pro and it'll take awhile! Grand Teton is visible above the clouds in the sunshine and an elk with a big rack was grazing in the FAR distance. It has taken an hour to go 23 miles due to " photo ops" that nobody looks at. The drive south is beautiful! The reds, oranges, golds of the leaves changing against the deep green firs-simply gorgeous! The snow topped Tetons ...
... have died and hundreds of homes have been lost. Well, my view of the Grand Tetons was a casualty, too. The smoke made it all the way from California to Wyoming.
But these mountains are <insert the adjective of your choice> amazing!
After a stop at the Visitor Center, I drove north over the ranger-recommended route, including a lunch stop at the Blue Heron at the Jackson Lake Lodge. Best ...
... around a small section of each lake. Pretty woods connected the two lakes. At first, we thought we saw moose scat on the trail, but then quickly realized it was just horse poop and that the trail we were on must be a popular horseback riding trail. We never encountered horses on the tail, but unfortunately, we never encountered moose either.
We cooked dinner back at our campsite ...
... to my over-imagination filled mind. I think I shouted things like “beans on toast” and started singing the theme tune to Winnie the Pooh!
At one point realising we had taken a wrong turn and was nowhere near the lakes edge but high up on the ridge that I started to panic and assured Paulie I would not be hiking like this in Yellowstone! But of course ...
... ones. His many awards for racing sit in a display case in the outfitting room. Considering this year’s running of the Iditarod was beginning in just a few days and my reading material for the week was a book about the diphtheria epidemic in Nome, Alaska that inspired the present day race, this was the real highlight of the program.
Another huge feature of this trip was the fact that, after traveling 10 miles through amazingly beautiful terrain, we arrived ...