Grand Teton National Park is about 10 miles south of Yellowstone. Other than the park’s two lakes and surrounding prairies, the park has one main feature: the peaks of the Teton Mountains. The bold contrast of these 7000 feet tall mountains and the flat valley floor is breathtaking.
We did see some wildlife in the park: several bison, elk, pronghorn, and even a coyote. We spent our time there taking-in the grandeur of the mountains from various angles. The jewel-like lakes offered spectacular scenes by reflecting the beauty of the mountains a second time! We stayed in the cute nearby town of Jackson Hole, which caters to tourists with lots of fun, but overpriced eating and shopping.