Wyoming’s Grand Teton National Park: Spectacular Mountain Scenery!

Spectacular Tetons in Fall

Spectacular Tetons in Fall

Snowy Tetons and Rustic Fence

Snowy Tetons and Rustic Fence

Tetons and Snake River

Tetons and Snake River

Frozen Jackson Lake

Frozen Jackson Lake

Snowy Teton Peaks

Snowy Teton Peaks

Snow-Covered Trees

Snow-Covered Trees

Bare Aspen Trees in Winter

Bare Aspen Trees in Winter

Orange Aspen Trees in Fall

Orange Aspen Trees in Fall

Preserved Reed Moulton Barn and Tetons

Preserved Reed Moulton Barn and Tetons

Lonely Reed Moulton Homestead on Historic Mormon Row

Lonely Reed Moulton Homestead on Historic Mormon Row

Preserved Thomas A. Moulton Barn on Mormon Row (100th anniversary in July 2013)

Preserved Thomas A. Moulton Barn on Mormon Row (100th anniversary in July 2013)

Elk Antler Arch over Bench in Jackson

Elk Antler Arch over Bench in Jackson

Grand Teton National Park is famous for its spectacular mountain scenery!  The views are stunning and ever-changing throughout the year. The Teton mountains rise over a mile above the valley floor, and make quite an impression.  The pristine ecosystem contains numerous bodies of water, including the Snake River and Jackson Lake.  Historic churches and Mormon settlements are also located within the park.  There is much to see and do, and we highly recommend a visit to this beautiful place!  A live webcam of downtown Jackson and its famous antler arch is at:  http://www.alltravelcams.com/jackson_hole_wyoming/town_square.php

About Pam
Richard and Pam lived in the San Francisco Bay Area 14 years (1987-1999 and 2008-2011). They lived in Florida 13 years previously, until returning in July 2011 to present. They hope their photography will encourage you to get out and discover nature's beauty in your own backyard, parks, and wild places. Click on any pictures on this blog to see them full size with additional details.

8 Responses to Wyoming’s Grand Teton National Park: Spectacular Mountain Scenery!

  1. Pam, What stunning photos! You truly captured the grandeur of one of my favorite parks, but I’ve never seen it with snow. Tell me about the Preserved Reed Moulton Barn – it’s gorgeous. ~Terri

    • Pam says:

      Terri, you’ve got to see the park with snow! I think the mountains look best that way. The Preserved Reed Moulton Barn is a real treasure. It isn’t famous like the Thomas A. Moulton Barn is, but I like it just as much or more. As you stand looking at the Tetons on Mormon Row, the Thomas A. Moulton Barn is on the left, and the Reed Moulton Barn is on the far right. One time there were even bison grazing around it! Time for you to go back!

  2. alanyshapiro says:

    Thank you Pam for the gorgeous photos. I haven’t had a chance to visit the Park yet, but I think you just singlehandedly convinced me.

    • Pam says:

      It is a spectacular park! It is a MUST see. I am happy that you want to visit. We’ve been there 3 times, and each visit was great. September is wonderful for Fall color and animals. We’ve also been there in mid-May. That time is nice too because there is still plenty of snow, yet the animals are active again and it isn’t too cold. Also the bison have calves. Pretty much anytime is enjoyable!

  3. Great series Pam. You were able to get quite a few spectacular images.

  4. unique,faszinating ambiance

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