Dramatic valleys & mountains of Grand Teton National Park
Small group size makes for a more personalized experience
Stories & legends from Native Americans & early settlers
Waterfront picnic lunch by Jackson Lake & the Snake River
Guide shares the park's incredible geology & natural history
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Guided tour of Grand Teton National Park
Roundtrip transportation to and from your Jackson Hole hotel
Admission fee to National Park
Know Before You Book
Maximum group size is 8 people. For the private tour, the maximum group size is 5 people.
What you can expect
Navigate the spectacular landscape of Grand Teton National Park as your naturalist guide leads your small group to all the major sites. Witness the jutting Teton Mountain Range's magnificent scenery—these dramatic peaks have inspired a plethora of legends and tales.
Venture into the 310,000 protected acres (130,000 ha) that make up the Grand Teton National Park in northwestern Wyoming. Let the Teton Range form the snow-capped, mountainous background as your driver takes you to Snake River, Oxbow Bend, and Jenny Lake. Hear colorful stories of early Western settlers, and tales from the many Native American tribes who consider the area sacred. Learn about the local wildlife as you watch for bison, elk, bald eagles, moose, wolves, and bears.
Stop for a delicious picnic lunch before making your way to the 15-mile (24 km) long Jackson Lake. With time for short walks, snap once-in-a-lifetime, postcard-worthy photos with the park's magnificent backdrop rising up behind you. As your park exploration comes to an end, make the short journey back to Jackson Hole for the conclusion of your tour.
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