What To Expect
This wildlife tour will explore the wildlife, geology, and natural history of Grand Teton National Park.
We start the morning by looking for wildlife on the National Elk Refuge on our way north into the park. Our first destination will be Antelope Flats and Mormon Row where we will look for the growing Bison (Buffalo) and Pronghorn (Antelope) herds that call this area home for the summer.
After a brief stop at the Moose visitor center we will travel north on the inner loop road to Jenny Lake. Here you can take a short walk to stretch your legs or take the boat across the lake to the base of the Tetons (not included in tour price). We will then head further north to take advantage of the great views from the top of Signal Mountain.
After meandering back down the mountain, we will travel past Jackson Lake to the Oxbow Bend of the Snake River, keeping an eye out for wildlife and great photographs. Our day will end with a drive on the wildlife filled Moose-Wilson road.
Hotel pick-up and drop-off
Experienced local guide
Organic snacks and fresh fruit
Souvenir water bottle or coffee mugs
Use of auto-focus binoculars and spotting scopes
Park entrance fees
Tips and gratuities
Children must be 8 years and older to participate on open safaris.
Pick up times vary depending on hotel location. We provide pick-up service in the town of Jackson, Wilson, and Teton Village.
Please be prepared for variable mountain weather by dressing in layers and traveling with a rain jacket and/or umbrella. Comfortable walking shoes or light hiking boots are recommended.
The route may vary depending on wildlife, group interest and road conditions.
Tour takes approximately 8 hours.
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