Favorite Fall Activities

September through October is an exciting time of year in Grand Teton National Park. The transition from summer to fall started with a slight chill in the air and turned into crisp frost in the morning. Although, the temperature has dropped at night the days are still warm and average temperatures are in the mid 70′s. The perfect weather for fall fun!

Colorful views of a Cottonwood grove while on the Wild & Scenic Raft Trip

This season in the Park expect to find perfect photo’s with the golden-yellow aspen leaves. The wildlife have grown fast and big through the summer and are now preparing for their fall rituals. The elk now have large dark-colored antlers, and have spent all season growing them to prepare for fall rut. Listen for the bugles of elk while hiking through the Park. The fall is an amazing time to experience the Park to its fullest and Grand Teton Lodge Company can provide the gateway to explore Grand Teton National Park and Jackson Hole with our many activities.

We offer an activity for everyone, families, couples, large or small groups we can find the right one for you. Our fall adventures include, horse back rides on  short or long trips through groves of aspens, sagebrush fields,  and showcase grand views of the Teton Mountain Range.  Wild & scenic raft trips will take you on a  journey down the Snake River which winds through the valley floor through Grand Teton National Park. The raft trips bring a new delight around each bend of the river with bald eagles, beaver, elk, moose, river otter, and water fowl that all frequently visit and live along the river. Discover the diverse flora and fauna of the Park as you raft through the aspens, cottonwood groves, and tall spruce trees. Explore Jackson Lake on our scenic lake cruises and learn about the history of Grand Teton National Park while enjoying stunning views of mountains. Travel the Grand Teton National Park & Yellowstone National Park bus tours to find the best picture perfect spots in the Park.  Guided fly fishing is also available to those fisherman seeking to catch the variety of trout found in the Snake River. A day at our lodges offers  guided history and wildlife tours as well as,  Ranger led programs. Sign up for fall fun and learn more on our website http://www.gtlc.com, or call our activities desk at 307-543-2811. We hope to hear from you soon!

Mount Moran at Oxbow Bend

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One comment

  1. Hi Don, Sue and I will be coming out your way on Sep. 22 as part of our swing from Minnesota, Yellowstone, Grand Tetons, Custer State Park Buffalo Round-up and back to Minnesota. Let me know if you and Joyce will be around.

    Ron and Sue Kness


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