Best of Grand Teton
Craig Thomas Discovery and Visitor Center: This informative center has tall windows facing the Tetons and state-of-the-art exhibits on the natural world.
Chapel of the Transfiguration: Built in 1925, this quaint log church has a back window that frames the Tetons. No one makes better wedding chapels than this!
Jenny Lake: You won’t be the first — or last — person to discover this idyllic lake in the heart of Grand Teton National Park.
Signal Mountain: Too narrow for RVs, but the road up Signal Mountain provides panoramic vistas of the Tetons; it’s best at sunrise or sunset.
Teton Viewpoints: Ansel Adams wannabes take note: This is where that famous photo of the Tetons was taken.
Mormon Row: These historic farm buildings provide a picture-perfect setting and a good spot to view bison.
Inspiration Point and Hidden Falls: Getting there is half the fun, with a shuttle boat trip across Jenny Lake followed by a half-mile hike to this scenic point. Expect a queue in midsummer, or just hike around the lake to avoid the crowds.
© Don Pitcher from Moon Yellowstone & Grand Teton, 5th Edition