Grand Teton National Park, WY
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Grand Teton National Park is about 8 miles south of Yellowstone Nation Park. The park is known for its snow mountain scenery and wildlife. Although the weather wasn't perfect during the day we visited, we still enjoy some breath-taking views of the Teton Range.
Jenny Lake. A shuttle boats run between the Jenny Lake Visitor Center and the other side near the inspiration point. On the way is the Hidden Fall.
Signal Mountain Summit Drive. On the top of Signal mountain, we enjoyed the panoramic view of the valley of Jackson Hole and the Teton Range.
Wildlife. On the trail near Inspiration Point, we met a cute little golden squirrel. Despite of its plumpy figure, the little guy is amazingly swift jumping from rocks to rocks.
Near the Willow Flat area, we saw a moose from a distance. He must love the view of the Teton Range like we do.
The Jackson Lake Dam was a playground for pelicans, ducks, geese. Near the North entrance, a pair of elks enjoying a walk on the grassland.
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