Explore two of America’s greatest natural treasures: Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. On daily excursions, discover Yellowstone’s wilderness and geothermal wonders, and venture into magnificent valleys to spot bison, bears, elk, eagles, and coyotes. Peer into the yawning abyss of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone and witness Old Faithful’s thrilling eruptions. Then head south to the awesomely jagged peaks of the Teton Range. Go on a ranger-led hike in a glacial valley, raft down the wildlife-rich Snake River, and cruise the emerald waters of Jenny Lake.
To get to the South Entrance of Yellowstone Park, you’ll travel through the beautiful and scenic Grand Teton National Park a 26-mile long national park known for its stunning Grand Teton Mountain Range. Towns leading to the south entrance include Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Yellowstone And Grand Teton
Experience some of America’s most dramatic scenery as you take leisurely hikes through historic Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, renowned for plentiful wildlife and geological features ranging from panoramic mountains to waterfalls, geysers, and hot springs.
Discover the wonders of America’s national parks on our spectacular summer adventure to historic Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons. Enjoy leisurely walks or more strenuous hikes in both parks and keep your camera and binoculars handy as you search for eagles, wolves, coyotes, grizzly and black bears, moose, bison, and more!
Yellowstone (est. 1872): Marvel at Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone—where two staggered falls spill water twice the height of Niagara—and Hayden Valley, one of the best places in the park to view wildlife. Witness geysers, hot pools, and mud pots at the limestone terraces of Mammoth Hot Springs and the geyser basins at Norris and Old Faithful.
Grand Tetons (est. 1929): Enjoy a float trip along the Snake River through the heart of the park, offering spectacular panoramas and prime wildlife viewing. Hike along Jenny Lake, just one of a string of jewel-like lakes set within this landscape.
Hotels Yellowstone Park
Grand Targhee Resort
Grand Targhee Resort is an intimate summer getaway for adventure seekers. Miles of lift-accessed hiking, running, and mountain biking trails await, plus renowned festivals and a variety of cultural and outdoor activities in a pristine, high-alpine environment.
See a Music Festival at Targhee. The Targhee Music Festival (July 17-19, 2015) features an eclectic mix of folk and modern performers, while the Targhee Bluegrass Festival (August 7-9, 2015) includes the best in finger-picking talent every summer.
Stay at Targhee.Grand Targhee Resort offer affordable rooms with Wi-Fi, pool and hot tub access, and activities—including chair lift rides and biking—right out the door. Disc golf, horseback rides, and a climbing wall are available in summer.
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Grand Teton Park, WY.Grand Teton Lodge Company
It’s how you feel connected to the big picture that matters. It might be camping in the shadows of the Tetons at Colter Bay Village, taking a romantic Jenny Lake Lodge getaway or watching wildlife fight outside your window at Jackson Lake Lodge, but it will happen.
At Grand Teton Lodge Company, in the heart of the Grand Teton National park, we see people make that personal connection everyday. Grand Teton Lodge Company offers a host of incomparable facilities in the Park and in Teton Village near Jackson Hole.