Visiting Grand Teton National Park
If you fly into Jackson Hole, you will be greeted immediately by the Grand Teton and all the other jagged and gigantic peaks in the Teton Range; those mountains look over you during your visit to Grand Teton National Park and the rest of Jackson Hole. If you drive in, be prepared to pull over as soon as you spy the Grand and snap that must-do selfie with the magnificent mountain range in the background. The more than 90-year-old Grand Teton National Park features hiking trails, clear alpine lakes of all sizes and at all altitudes, heart-pounding climbing routes, all manner of iconic Western wildlife (think bear, bison, moose, bald eagles), historical districts, camping and so much more. No matter what the season, we've got the information you will need to plan your visit to this awe-inspiring park.