Grand Teton National Park

Grand Teton National Park is named for Grand Teton, the tallest peak in the Teton Range at 13,775 ft. In addition to the spectacular Teton mountains, the Park also includes several lakes and part of the Snake River (great rafting). You can easily spend an entire vacation in just Grand Teton and Yellowstone, located just 10 miles to the north.

Jackson Entrance Sign

Moran Entrance Sign

Menor's Ferry Historic Site

Bar Flying U Ranch

Stampede at any moment

Cunningham Cabin

Jackson Hole

Mules Ears on Signal Mountain

Controlled burn in Jackson Hole
View from Signal Mountain

Jackson Hole

Mountain Views


June 1991

Teton Range
Snake River in foreground

October 2014

Rugged Tetons

Grand Teton in clouds


Tetons in the Evening

Jackson Lake

Jackson Lake

Boats on Jackson Lake


Jackson Lake and Mount Moran

Jackson Lake

Some Wildlife

Moose Cow
(Alces alces)

Moose cow and calf

Either Heckle or Jeckle - can't tell

Elk a long way off

Mr. Magpie

Wapiti (Elk)
(Cervus canadensis)

Bull Moose
(Alces alces)

Here are some photos I took during a 1981 winter trip to Grand Teton with my dad. I had a tiny pocket camera that took slides about the size of postage stamps.


Man on a snowmobile

Man jumping a snowmobile

Lonely coyote

Jackson Lake Dam

Snow machines
Notice the propeller driven ones

Snow machines

Buildings and Accomodations

Moran Post Office

Jackson Hole Fire/EMS

Chapel of the Sacred Heart

Stained glass window

Chapel Interior

Cabins at Signal Mountain Lodge

Cabin Interior

Jackson Lake Lodge Lobby

Jackson Lake Lodge Lobby

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