3 days in Grand Teton National Park Itinerary

3 days in Grand Teton National Park Itinerary

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Fly to Jackson, Taxi to Moose
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Moose
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Moose

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Moose is an unincorporated community in Teton County, Wyoming, United States, in the Jackson Hole valley. Start off your visit on the 2nd (Fri): take in the spiritual surroundings of Chapel of the Transfiguration, admire all the interesting features of 42-mile Scenic Loop Drive, and then explore the striking landscape at Glacier View Turnout. Get ready for a full day of sightseeing on the next day: identify plant and animal life at Grand Teton.

To see more things to do, maps, reviews, and tourist information, read our Moose attractions planner.

New York City to Moose is an approximately 7-hour combination of flight and taxi. You can also drive; or do a combination of bus, train, and taxi. The time zone difference when traveling from New York City to Moose is minus 2 hours. When traveling from New York City in October, plan for little chillier days in Moose, with highs around 55°F, while nights are cooler with lows around 28°F. Wrap up your sightseeing on the 4th (Sun) to allow time to travel back home.

Things to do in Moose

Parks · Nature · Outdoors · Wildlife

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Grand Teton National Park travel guide

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Wildlife Areas · Scenic Drive · Hiking Trails
Mountains of the Imagination
The peaks of Grand Teton National Park aren't the highest in the world, but they sit atop what might be nature's archetypes for mountains. Unlike most mountain ranges, the Tetons lack foothills, so the jagged peaks shoot straight out of the high plateau of western Wyoming, delivering tremendous vertical reliefs and unobstructed views of perfectly pointy peaks. Beyond offering frame-filling shots for landscape photographers, the park thrills outdoor enthusiasts with 320 km (200 mi) of trails for hiking, biking, and cross-country skiing. It also boasts numerous rock-climbing routes and waterways teeming with trout. Birders peer through binoculars at bald eagles and osprey here, while wildlife-watchers look for elk, moose, bison, grizzly bears, and mountain lions. While most visitors come in summer, the heavy snow of winter provides a different and equally captivating perspective.