Situated just south of the Yellowstone National Park, the Grand Teton doesn’t let its neighbor down, offering picturesque sceneries and exciting adventures as well as a strong dose of American History to its visitors. Home to an ethereal mountain range, the park features 7000 feet tall jagged peaks, towering over the Jackson Hole valley, truly epitomizing the beauty of the Rockies. These mountains form the perfect backdrop for a valley inundated with alpine meadows complete with miles of wallflowers and striking greenery. The steep coniferous forest lining the mountains is in sharp contrast to the stark white and granite peaks, creating a sight to behold.
Here are our top 10 attractions in Cuyahoga Valley National Park:
42-Mile Scenic Loop Drive
The Grand Teton Park roads provide one of the most delightful tours of the region, taking visitors on the now famous 42-Mile Scenic Loop Drive through the park’s iconic features made famous by American photographer Ansel Adams.
Mormon Row Historic District
Whether you are a photography buff, nature-lover, or arm-chair historian, you’ve no doubt come to know the iconic images of the weather-beaten Moulton barn sitting in front the vast Grand Teton Mountains.
Cowboy Up Tandem Hang-Gliding
Adventurous visitors to the Grand Teton region will love Cowboy Up Tandem Hang-Gliding School’s one-of-a-kind hang-gliding tours of the mountains. Safely snuggled in canvas cocoon behind the pilot, you’ll have the confidence and freedom to see the area’s most beautiful features from the air.
Barker-Ewing Scenic Float Trips
There’s nothing like watching the morning light play against the majestic Grand Teton Mountains and you’ll have the perfect vantage point from the boats of the Barker-Ewing Scenic “First Light Float” trip.
Grand Teton Lodge Company Tours
Imagine yourself floating down the Wyoming’s Snake River with sun sparking on the water, a cool breeze in your hair, and the majestic Grand Teton Mountains watching over you in the distance. You can have that and more on the Grand Teton Lodge Company’s guided two-hour Raft Trip down the Snake River.
Phelps Lake Trail
Visitors to the Grand Tetons’ Phelps Lake Trail will find one of the most romantic, varied, and wildlife-rich areas available in the Grand Tetons National Park.
Jackson Hole Rodeo
No matter your age or background, cowboys and city slickers alike love the Jackson Hole Rodeo. From the moment the rodeo begins with rodeo girls racing through the arena with the United States and Wyoming flags, to the very last bronco and round-up, you never stop smiling.
Heart Six Dude Ranch
A visit to the Heart Six Dude Ranch just outside the Grand Teton National Park will have you in the comfortable in the saddle and shouting “Yeehaw!” in no time.
Grand Teton Brewing Company
Vacationers at Grand Teton Park that are looking for an afternoon activity should consider visiting the Grand Teton Brewery, just a half-hour drive west over the Idaho state line.
Jackson Hole Tram
If you want to know what flying feels like, be sure to visit the Jackson Hole Aerial while you are vacationing at Grand Teton Park. In 15 minutes, the Aerial Tram glides 4,139 vertical feet from the base of Teton Village to the top of Rendezvous Mountain.