Grand Teton National Park

The Great Trek: Witnessing the Pronghorn Antelope Migration Through Grand Teton National Park

The pronghorn antelope migration is one of the most impressive natural phenomena in North America. Each year, these graceful animals travel 150 miles searching for food, water, and suitable breeding grounds. They undertake this journey twice a year, covering the 2nd longest distances of any other land mammal migration in the Western Hemisphere. The longest …

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A Guide to Schwabacher Landing: Grand Teton National Park

The History of Schwabacher Landing: Grand Teton National Park Schwabacher Landing holds a rich history within the stunning expanse of Grand Teton National Park. Named after an early settler in the region, Schwabacher Landing was once a bustling hub for fur trappers and traders in the late 1800s. This area along the Snake River served …

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Encounters with Wildlife: Moose in Grand Teton National Park

The moose population in Grand Teton National Park is a highlight for visitors and wildlife enthusiasts. Moose, the largest members of the deer family, graze on aquatic plants throughout the park. Moose are known for their unique appearance, with their large antlers and bulbous noses, and for their solitary nature. They are also active during …

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Grand Teton National Park Overlooks and Camping

Schwabacher Landing We visited Schwabacher Landing. Nestled along the banks of the Snake River, this hidden gem offers a tranquil setting with breathtaking views. As we walked along the wooden boardwalks, we were greeted by the sight of the majestic Teton Range. It was mirrored in the calm waters of the river. The reflections are …

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