Arguably the most photographed mountain range in the world, the Teton Mountains and Grand Teton National Park are a necessity on any photographer’s list. Whether you are a photographer, or simply looking for great vantage points for your pocket camera, let us guide you to the premier viewpoints, or to where we know wildlife has been spotted. While doing so, we will share our expertise with you, along with our interpretive knowledge of Grand Teton National Park and local Jackson Hole history.
The first part of our suggested route takes guests right up close to the mighty Teton Mountain Range on the ‘Inner Loop’ (click for map) where we take advantage of the most awe inspiring viewpoints: Oxbow Bend, Jenny Lake, Cascade Canyon, Signal Mountain Overlook and many others. The ‘Outer Loop’ allows a stepped-back more complete view of the Teton Mountains and the Snake River corridor. Viewpoints there include: Schwabachers Landing, Menor's Ferry, and Teton Point and for stunning views. Alternatives to this route include The National Elk Refuge at the north end of Jackson, where we may well encounter bighorn sheep, elk and perhaps a coyote or even a wolf. Then we may take a tour around Antelope Flats and Gros Ventre Creek to look for pronghorn antelope, bison and moose and visit Mormon Row and the iconic Moulton Barns with the most classic back-drop of the entire Teton Mountain Range.
Call Toll Free (855) 201-1670 for more information or to schedule a tour.