Although one of the smaller national parks, with about 310,000 acres, Grand Teton National Park is certainly
a beautiful and diverse place. Photographers can explore mountains, lakes, waterfalls, forests, cattle ranches
and homesteads. There is an abundance of wildflowers and wildlife including bison, elk, deer, bears, and coyotes.
No wonder the park has over three million visitors each year, attracting mountain climbers, skiers, hikers,
nature enthusiasts and artists. In fact, one of the most famous photographers, Ansel Adams, photographed the
park in the 1940s. One of the great features is its easy accessibility, but photographers should go beyond the
overlooks and walk the informal trails to capture better angles and additional scenes.
How to get there:
Grand Teton National Park is located near Jackson Hole, Wyoming, just south of Yellowstone. It is easily accessible
by car or plane. In fact, the airport at Jackson Hole is actually located within the park.
Drive from Denver, Colorado (500 miles):
Take I-25 N/US-87 N toward Ft Collins. Merge onto Mulberry Street/CO-14. Turn right onto Riverside Avenue/CO-14.
Turn slight right onto Riverside Avenue/CO-14. Turn slight right onto Cache La Poudre-North Park Byway/US-27.
Turn slight right onto US Highway 287 N (crossing into Wyoming). Take I-80 W, then E. Cedar Street/I-80 Bus Loop
towards Rawlins/WY-789. Turn right onto 3rd Street/ I-80 Bus Loop/US-287 N. Continue on US-287 N, then turn left
onto US-287 N/WY-789. Turn right onto State Highway 789/US-287 and continue on US-287 N. Turn left onto US Hwy
26 W/US-287 N. Turn left onto Wyoming Centennial Scenic Byway/US-26 W. Turn right onto Teton Park Road to the park.
Drive from Salt Lake City (307 miles):
Take I-15 S/I-80 E. Merge onto I-80 E at exit 304 toward Cheyenne (crossing into Wyoming). Take exit 18 to US-189
N toward Kemmerer. Turn left onto US-189 N. Turn left onto Spring Valley Drive/US-189 N. Continue on US-189 N.
Turn left onto Wyoming Centennial Scenic Byway/US-191 N. enter roundabout and take first exit onto Wyoming Centennial
Scenic Byway/US-89 N. Turn left onto Wyoming Centennial Scenic Byway/US-89 N. Enter next roundabout and take 2nd exit
onto Wyoming Centennial Scenic Byway/US Highway 191/US-89 N. Turn left onto Teton Park Road to the park.
Drive from Billings, Montana (273 miles):
Take I-90W. US-212 toward Butte. Take US212 W/US-310, exit 434 toward Red Lodge/Laurel. Turn left onto US Hwy 210/US-310W/US-212 W.
Turn left onto US Hwy 310/US/310 S. turn right onto Highway 72/MT-72 (crossing into Wyoming). MT-72 becomes Belfry Hwy/WY-120.
Turn right onto 16th Street/US-14A W/WY-120. Turn right onto Sheridan Avenue/US-20 W/US-14 W. Turn left onto
Grand Loop Road/US-20 W/US14 W. Turn left onto S. Entrance Road/US-89 S/US-287 S. Turn right onto Wyoming Centennial
Scenic Byway/US-26 W/US-89 S. Turn right onto Teton Park Road to the park.
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