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The Grand Tetons
Twelve Teton peaks reach above 12,000 feet and support a dozen mountain glaciers.
Grand Teton National Park
The Grand Teton in Grand Teton National Park, rises to 13,770 feet towering more than a mile above the valley of Jackson Hole. Twelve Teton peaks reach above 12,000 feet and support a dozen mountain glaciers. The west side of the range slopes gently, showing the angle of tilt of the Earth's crust. The Teton Range is the youngest range in the Rockies and displays some of North America's oldest rocks.
As Theodore Roosevelt said once while touring the Tetons, "This is how mountains are supposed to look."
Almost all outdoor activities are popular at Grand Teton. In summer you can hike, walk, view wildlife, take photographs, backpack, camp, climb, fish, swim, boat, float, canoe, and bike. In winter, skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling are popular activities.
Rates for Admittance into Grand Teton National Park
Interagency Senior Pass
- $10 Annual
- One-time purchase allows lifetime entrance to all National Park System areas to American citizens 62 years old or older: non-transferable.
Interagency Annual Pass
- Allows entrance to all National Park System areas for 12 months from date of purchase: non-transferable.
Park Annual Pass
- $50 Annual
- Allows entrance to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks for 12 months from date of purchase: non-transferable.
- $25 7 Days
- Good for both Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks: $25 per vehicle/family. $12/person for single hiker or bicyclist, $20/motorcycle.
Interagency Access Pass
- Allows lifetime entrance to all National Park System areas to American citizens who can provide proof of permanent disability: non-transferable.
Call Now to Book
Call (888) 838-6606 to speak with a Jackson Hole Central Reservations agent.