Distance from Denver: 483miles (~7.5 hours) ♡
Where to Stay: the Spud Airbnb
What to Eat: like Glacier & Yellowstone, we brought our food
Other Tips: get to the trails early! | Buy huckleberry shakes!! So tasty & refreshing!
Aptly named, the Tetons are quite Grand. Everywhere we looked, there really was no getting away from them - which was a good thing in my opinion (although I think a few thousand other people also got the memo). We caught our first glimpse at the Tetons the evening of the 4th, trying to salvage our less than stellar time at Yellowstone. The grandeur of the park was breathtaking and I did not want to leave.
It is, and isn't, a relatively compact park. We felt like we knew it intimately from our first drive. Yet there are so many distinct sections to check out - from Mormon Row, to popular lakes, to overlooks, to more secluded lakes. We even tried our hand at star photography (so we need more work, but we all have to start somewhere!) This is one we will definitely come back to! <3 Enjoy our pictures!
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