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Grand Teton National Park, Montana
Grand Teton National Park
Grand Teton National Park, Montana
Activities, Attractions 

Grand Teton National Park

101 Moose, Jackson Wyoming
Before you go

Grand Teton National Park

What says vacation more than a road trip? Grand Teton National Park is Yellowstone's southern cousin, and admission to one includes the other. Why not make it a day and go to both? The drive itself makes the trip worthwhile, but if you get out to enjoy the view and crisp mountain air, you just might not make it back to The Lodge.



The Craig Thomas Discovery & Visitor Center is open year-round. All others open in May / June and close in September / October


$25 per vehicle; $20 per motorcycle; or $12 per hiker / cyclist 16 years and older. Fee grants 7-day access to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. In Winter, there is an extra $5 Day Use Fee.


 A wide array of Ranger-led Programs can be found at http://www.nps.gov/grte/index.htm


  • Cross-Country Skiing
  • Fishing
  • Scenic Driving
  • Hiking
  • Tours

Parking -

Once you pay your entrance fee, parking is free.

Local Tips -

Come in Autumn! It's Grand Teton's most beautiful season. Leaves are turning, and it's not too cold yet. Breathtaking!


What other attractions are available aside from hiking?
Horseback riding, fishing, rock climbing, boating, camping, biking, and bird watching are all popular Grand Teton pastimes.
What winter activities are available?
Wildlife watching, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing, as well as Ranger-led programs are available for winter visitors. Please note there is an additional $5 Day Use Fee in winter months.


Driving Direction to Grand Teton National Park From or The Lodge at Big Sky
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