Teton Village is a small settlement ideally situated close to the edge of the southwestern boundary of Grand Teton National Park. A good selection of shops and restaurants, along with outdoor adventure activities including horse riding and swimming, make it an interesting base from which to explore.
Grand Teton National Park stretches for 50 miles from Yellowstone National Park down to Jackson. Although not one of the largest, Grant Teton is one of America’s most spectacular and scenic national parks and features towering peaks and sheer cliffs that rise 7000 feet above the valley floor. A string of sparkling lakes lie at the foot of the mountains and wildlife proliferates here, with moose, elk, pronghorn antelope and bison frequently sighted. Adjoining the park is the National Elk Refuge, home to the world’s largest wintering concentration of elk.
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