Grand Teton National Park

English: A female moose with reflection in Gra...

English: A female moose with reflection in Grand Teton National Park 日本語: グランドティトン国立公園に雌のヘラジカ (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Grand Teton National Park

  • Where is it?: – Moose, WYNational Park
  • Special Topics: Early Explorers · Endangered Species · Glaciers · Mountains · Wildflowers · Westward Expansion
  • Recreation Activities: Auto Touring · Biking · Boating · Camping · Climbing · Fishing · Hiking · Horseback Riding · Wildlife Viewing

Grand Teton National Park really is a grand place to visit. The majestic landscape boasts mountains, lakes and the most extraordinary range of wildlife, no wonder around 4 million visitors are attracted to the Grand Teton National Park each year – don’t worry though, there’s plenty of room for everyone! The Grand Teton National Park has actually been established twice! The mountains were given protected status in 1929, and then later, in 1950, the boundaries were moved to include the beautiful valley floors.

Just because Grand Teton National Park is “away from it all”, it doesn’t mean that it can’t cater for the most modern visitor – there’s free wi-fi on an unsecured network available at the visitor center – you can contact all of your mates with a “do you wish you were here” type of message, and include images of all the wildlife you’ve come across!

Weather wise at Grand Teton National Park – the summer days are hot, the nights are cool and prepare for afternoon thunderstorms. Winter starts at the beginning of November, well, the snow does anyway, not sure whether it checks the calendar, anyway, be prepared for snow from around early November to March – wrap up warm and don’t forget your mittens.

If this place ain’t paradise, I don’t know what is . . .

Slow down a bit mate, what if a moose steps out! Alright I know, it’s a bit like one of those video racing games isn’t it, but what scenery! Awesome.

How does the Grand Teton National Park look now? Here’s the Grand Teton cam view

Enhanced by Zemanta