Grand Teton National Park is located in northwest Wyoming and is known for its stunning mountain scenery, wildlife, and outdoor recreational opportunities

Hike the Trails - The park has over 200 miles of hiking trails, ranging from easy nature walks to strenuous backcountry hikes

Attend a Ranger Program - The park offers a variety of ranger-led programs, including guided hikes, campfire talks, and stargazing events

Go Wildlife Watching - The park is home to a variety of wildlife, including grizzly bears, black bears, wolves, and moose

Drive the Scenic Drive - The park has a 42-mile scenic drive that offers spectacular views of the park's natural beauty

Go Horseback Riding - The park has several horseback riding trails, offering a unique way to explore the park's scenic vistas

Visit Signal Mountain - Signal Mountain offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains and can be reached via a short drive or hike

Visit Jenny Lake - Jenny Lake is one of the most popular destinations in the park and offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains

Go Rafting - The park offers several rafting trips, including a scenic float trip on the Snake River

See the Oxbow Bend - Oxbow Bend is a popular spot for photography and offers stunning views of the Tetons and the Snake River