Tom at Grand Teton National Park
The obligatory NP sign picture. Never will have enough of them.
Fog on the Elk Rufuge
Morning view across the National Elk Refuge
National Elk Refuge in the Morning
Balloons Over Jackson
Three balloons on a morning flight.
Tetons in Morning Haze
Balloon over the Tetons
Windy Point Panorama
The Teton Fault line runs all along the base of the mountains on the Snake River side.
Formation of the Grand Tetons
Formed by Earthquakes, Volcanoes and Glaciers
Fire and Ice
Grand Teton National Park
Keewinot, Grand and Owens
From left to right: Keewinot, Grand and Owens. The week before two girls fell and died while free climbing Keewinot.
Jenny Lake looking toward the boat dock at the base of Cascade Canyon
Jenny Lake and Cascade Canyon
Cascade Canyon was planned as an escape route which we did not take. We did hike through the south and north forks of this canyon on days 3 and 4. Thats about 6 miles west in this view.
Tetons, Keewinots, or Pilot Knobs
Many names for these mountains. The Tetons stuck.
Mt Moran and String Lake
Paintbrush Canyon lies between the two mountains in this view. That was our way out to the north end of String Lake.
String Lake and Grand Teton
Big Horned Sheep
Hiked 45 miles and never saw one. Nothing to report.
String Lake and Mt Moran
Looking across String Lake to Mt Moran. We crossed out of the wilderness at the far end of this lake.
Paddle boarder on String Lake. Grand Teton behind.
Paddlers moving from String Lake to Leigh Lake
Launching boards after portaging from Sting Lake.
Leigh Lake from the Portage path.
Hard to keep those deer away even from wet concrete.