Located in northwestern Wyoming, Grand Teton National Park has a vast array of mountain scenery and diverse wildlife. Rising over 7000 feet above the valley known as Jackson Hole, the Teton Range dominates the park's skyline.
The elevation of the park ranges from 6,400 feet on the valley floor to 13,770 feet on the granite summit of the Grand Teton. The Teton Range includes eight peaks over 12,000 feet high. During the summer, wildflowers paint the meadows in vivid colors. Running north to south, the Snake River winds its way down the valley and across this amazing scene.
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In addition to the great water activities Jackson Lake has to offer, you can always spend time hiking the mountains and looking for some of the area's exciting wildlife like elk, moose, bison, and coyotes.
See below for a video of our Grand Teton National Park Scenic Float Trip on the Snake River!