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On this Grand Teton day trip from Jackson Hole, experience one of America’s most astounding landscapes from the comfort of a coach vehicle. In between views of the jagged Teton Range and a visit to the shores of Jenny Lake, you'll learn the geology and history of the Tetons from your knowledgeable local guide. You’ll also visit Menor’s Ferry and Chapel of the Transfiguration — both are on the US National Register of Historic Places. Bonus: You could even spot moose, beavers, or eagles on a guided walk. 

Highlights

  • Tour of Grand Teton National Park from Jackson
  • Soak up picture-perfect vistas of the Teton Mountain Range as you explore by comfortable coach
  • Visit historic sites including Maude Noble’s Cabin, Menor’s Ferry and the Chapel of the Transfiguration
  • Enjoy the pristine beauty of Jenny Lake and Jackson Lake
  • View wildlife around the Snake River, where moose, eagles and beavers are abundant
  • Learn about the area’s history, geology and ecology from your naturalist guide

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What You Can Expect

Grand Teton National Park Tour from Jackson Hole

Barn at Grand Teton

This tour begins at your Jackson hotel when you meet your professional guide, before boarding a comfortable, air-conditioned coach for the drive to Grand Teton National Park. After just a 30-minute drive north, through the valley of Jackson Hole, you’ll arrive at this world-renowned national park just 10 miles (16km) south of Yellowstone.

As you approach Grand Teton National Park, the first thing you’ll notice are the jagged peaks of Wyoming’s Teton Range as they cut across the sky. Upon entering Grand Teton National Park (entrance fee not included), your first stop will be at the historic Chapel of the Transfiguration — a cabin built in 1925 that originally accommodated guests and staff from the handful of nearby dude ranches.

From here you’ll continue to Menor’s Ferry, an historic ferry service across the Snake River that’s run since the late 1800s. It’s here where you’ll also see Maud Noble’s Cabin, a homestead where your guide will explain the lives of Wyoming’s early settlers.

With a healthy dose of Wyoming history now under your belt, you can really start to experience the legendary beauty that makes the national park famous. Stroll down the shores of Jenny Lake with its crystal-clear, alpine waters, and hear the stories of pioneering mountain men who crossed and conquered the Tetons.

You’ll stop to eat at a comfortable lodge where you can choose from various lunch options (own expense), before venturing out to Jackson Lake to absorb the alpine scenery. While here, listen as your guide explains how the park has dozens of species of mammals, as well as 300 bird species, and 1,000 species of plants.

Before you return to your Jackson Hotel, you’ll stop at the Colter Bay Visitor Center, where you can casually peruse a vast array of American Indian artifacts. On the drive back through Jackson Hole, keep your eyes peeled around the Oxbow Bend where it’s common to spot moose or deer.

Customer Reviews

Nanco42

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

The Grand Teton National Park tour was wonderful. It was one of the most beautiful parks I have ever seen. If you are staying in Jackson Hole, you have to do this tour. Our tour guide Bob, was very helpful and made sure he took us to the most beautiful spots to take our pictures.

Kenneth P

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

This tour was amazing!

Peter G

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016

Benji was fantastic, and the tour was everything we had hoped for.
He was very thorough and gave us all a great deal of insight into the region, animals, geology and history. He did all of this with style and grace.

Sandy F

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016

Great tour. I was able to take wonderful pictures.
Our tour guide knew everything about the area. We all learned a great deal of the history of Jackson hole and the geology of the region. He could identify all the mountains all the plants. He took us to some spectacular places for photos.

Daniel T

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016

This tour is amazing. Seeing the Tetons with snow was beautiful. Our guide, Ben, was unbelievably knowledgable about the geology, plants, and animals and birds. He was constantly on the lookout for sightings of mammals and made surest we got all the pictures we wanted,

Gregorio Y

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2015

We were lucky to have Jessie again as our guide for the Grand Teton National Park. The place is awesome!

Gretchen M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2015

the tour we took of the Grand Tetons was wonderful. Our guide, Mark, was very knowledgable of the whole area and we learned a lot! We saw lots of wildlife and the weather was beautiful that day. I highly recommend it! Gretchen from PA

Carolyn H

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2015

I was part of a small group which gave us an opportunity to not only see the Grand Tetons, but also to get to know each other. Grant was our tour guide who was very knowledgeable about the area. He stopped at the most appropriate stops to take advantage of the nature in terms of the scenery and wild animals. Great tour!

Suzanne H C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2015

The tour was excellent! Our tour guide not only showed us the Tetons, but helped us appreciate the geology and history of the area as well as the wildlife and wildflowers that we were enjoying. I was somewhat limited in my mobility ,and he always got me to a place where I could enjoy the beautiful surroundings while they took their walks. This is an excellent way to get a overview of the park if you are staying for while or a great way to experience the park if your time or mobility is limited.

Del L

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2015

We were able to book two tours. One of Yellowstone and one of the Grand Tetons. Both the areas and the tours were magnificent! I would highly recommend taking the tours. You are able to see so much more of the beauty of Yellowstone and the Tetons. Anyone who hasn't visited these areas is missing out on the experience of a lifetime.

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