Want to make the most of your time while visiting Grand Teton National Park? Combine your meal times with these three great things to do and the food will taste much better while enjoying the views of the Teton Range.
1. Jackson Lake Cruise
Often referred to as “America’s Little Switzerland,” when you see the Teton Range jutting almost 7,000 feet out of Jackson Lake you think you need to pinch yourself as looks like a mirage. It’s a bucket list trip to see the lake by boat and no better way to than to combine it with a meal (breakfast, lunch or dinner) on a Jackson Lake Boat Cruise.
2. Dining Riverside Under the Tetons
Lunch or dinner is always more tasteful when enjoyed riverside along the Snake with the Tetons looking down on you. After your meal you’ll take a 10-mile scenic float trip down the Snake River—keep your camera ready as you will need plenty of room on the chip to record the memories. The interpretive adventure will expose you to the wildlife, history and ecology of Grand Teton National Park. My favorite is the dinner trip as the wildlife is more active and the skies more colorful in the late afternoon and early evening. Both National Park Float Trips and the Grand Teton Lodge Company offer the combined trips.
3. Arrive By Horse For Breakfast or Dinner
When in the West you need to find yourself on a horse or wagon, so why not combine a great meal with a great tradition. Offered by the Grand Teton Lodge Company at their Colter Bay Village location, you can eat Western cuisine in the ever impressive landscape of Grand Teton National Park. The horse drawn wagon ride will bring those non-riders to ensure a great multi-generational family experience.
Grand Teton National Park Moran, WY