James McIntosh, October 8 2019
Grand Teton National Park was the first stop on our journey to see two of America’s most famous natural wonders. Located about 10 miles south of Yellowstone, Grand Teton features spectacular snowcapped mountains that rise dramatically 7,000 feet above the floor of Jackson Hole Valley. One of the largest and most pristine ecosystems in the world, the park is home to thousands of plants, mammals, birds and other wildlife that can be seen from more than 200 miles of hiking trails. While there are hundreds of campsites in Grand Teton National Park, we chose to stay in a luxury, rustic cabin at Fireside Resort near Jackson Hole.