Bridger Teton National Forest

Bridger Teton National Forest

Bridger Teton National Forest
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RICART75
Peru, IN2,298 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2023 • Couples
After 5 days in the Jackson Hole area exploring the Grand Tetons, Yellowstone, etc.; we left for Colorado through this gem of a National Forest.
As previous reviews have stated, this whole area is one amazing postcard view after another.
One could spend months, if not years; and not do justice to viewing/experiencing the natural beauty concentrated in this part of the country.
Written 29 June 2023
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DSP_MPS_Gmail
Point Lookout, MO265 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
July 2021
Bridger Teton National Forest butts up against the Grand Teton area and is just to the South of Yellowstone...so as you can imagine it's loaded with gorgeous mountain views and river systems with lots of diversity of plants and wildlife. We couldn't wait to see a moose but got shut out...but we saw elk, bears, wolves, and so many other neat wildlife that it didn't matter. Next trip for sure. Loads of great campgrounds and hiking trails to lose yourself (don't get lost take a map and don't rely on GPS or cell phone alone). We had great weather, and it was a little smoky the first day...but a storm overnight cleared things out 80-90% and it was gorgeous.
Written 13 October 2021
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DonnaQu
Clifton, TX111 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
July 2015 • Couples
At least half of the spots had decent shade but the sights down by the water did not.
Clean vault toilets and one of the best camp hosts, David, we've ever encountered and we camp for months at a time. There are bear lockers to use though we only had mule deer (eating between us and our neighbor). If you kayak, paddleboard, wind surf than this is a great spot for you. It was windy for a lot of the 3 days we were here. Flies and Mosquitos during the summer. We drove to Yellowstone one day but it was a long commute-240 miles round trip by the time you're done touring (and we just saw the geysers). Pay showers, ($4.25) wifi and laundry in Colter Bay in Tetons NP. For $12 a night it's a bargain. You're spread out and it's very pretty. It's up in the mountains and it was in the mid 40's at night and mid 70's during the day in July. It did fill up each evening so don't get there too late.
Written 15 July 2015
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inluvwithAK
Wasilla, AK1,737 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2015 • Family
Right outside of Jackson Hole, there is a small village called Kelly. Just north of that you turn off the highway to the right (Gros Ventre Rd) and you will see a small sign "Red HIlls 10.0 miles". In about 3 miles you enter the Bridger-Teton National Forest (no fees), and about 1 mile from there you find the most fantastic views. At the first turnout at the top of a hill, you can walk down to get a better look of the steep canyon and the Gros Ventre River (fabulous). If you continue down the road, you will come to a place where the Gros Ventre slide can be seen and the scenic overlook provides information about the slide that occurred. The road leads a bit further on to Lower Slide Lake and the most gorgeous red hills. We did not continue on further due to the road closure at the campground (in March). On the way back out, we had the absolute best view of the Tetons. Be sure to look to your right on the way out and see the old homestead cabins that were once there. Just beautiful - don't miss it.
Written 2 April 2015
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Ronald M
Baltimore, MD100 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
July 2018 • Family
My family and I visited Teton National park for three wonderful days. The mountains still have snow in late June. They are so beautiful!! We saw A female Grizzly Bear and two cubs. She had a collar and we were told she is numbered 399 and has her own Facebook page. We saw three moose, lots of elk, mule deer, and a coyote. We took a hike on Jenny Lake to Hidden Falls which was amazing. If you don’t want to hike the 2.3 miles each way they offer a boat ride which is only .5 miles from the falls. I recommend going to Teton Village and taking the tram to the top of Mt. Rendezvous which is 10,000 plus feet in elevation. While at the top we made snowballs, took in the view once the clouds cleared ,then ate waffles and drank hot chocolate at Corbett’s cabin at the summit. We stayed in a two bedroom cabin at Colter Village which was great. We took a dinner rafting trip down the Snake River and a boat breakfast cruise out of the Colter Bay village marina to Elk island which is on Jackson Lake.This park is a must see!! I loved every minute of it.
Written 30 June 2018
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Marie D
37 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2017 • Couples
Drove down from Yellowstone and typography changed dramatically. Loved having a picnic lunch by the lake. Plan to visit again.
Written 22 May 2017
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Darlene N
Perkiomenville, PA167 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
June 2015 • Family
This National Park was better than Yellowstone. Plenty of trails, loved the bike riding. We went rafting down the snake river and took a river boat back from a trail to see a waterfall.
Written 16 March 2016
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buffalobob6
Jackson, WY368 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
July 2015 • Solo
Please understand that Teton National Park is about 4 hours, depending on how you plan to get there, from Cody and there is no way that you can see the Tetons from Cody. The Tetons are just north of Jackson
Written 9 August 2015
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CarolTCK
Manassas, VA66 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
July 2014 • Family
I'm going to keep this short and say that my life was changed by going here. This was a life-long dream, and it was a place I was literally sad to leave. I would love to not only come back, but even consider moving to Jackson to be nearby. I'd just have to get myself mentally prepared for the winters. If you're within a 100 mile radius of this place, you MUST go. This place is famous not only on a cultural scale (site of Toyota commercials, granola bar commercials, etc.), but is spiritually moving. Take the boat tour of Jenny Lake and also drive down Mormon Row to see the famous barn, with literally provides post card views.
Written 15 February 2015
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BronxFlorida
Florida27 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
July 2019 • Family
We had a fabulous time in Teton. We took the tram & gondola at Jackson Hole. This is definitely a playground for adults & kids. So many activities are available for all. I would highly recommend this as a must see.
Written 1 August 2019
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