Hiking, biking, wildlife viewing, floating down the Snake River—baby boomers will find plenty of activities to keep them busy on a visit to Grand Teton National Park in Moose, Wyoming. And don’t get me started on the photographic opportunities that wait around every turn as you travel along Teton Park Road or Jenny Lake Scenic Drive. Since the park is open year-round, a winter trip to Grand Teton includes frosty boomer adventures such as cross-country skiing and snowshoeing or a visit to the National Elk Refuge at Jackson Hole.
Alan and I traveled to Grand Teton during an ambitions Western National Park road trip that also included stops at the Grand Canyon’s North Rim, Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks before joining a Tauck tour of the Canadian Rockies in Calgary, Alberta. We explored Grand Teton on two October days when the sky was a cornflower blue and aspen trees reflected a golden glow in the water at Oxbow Bend. Our photographic antenna was on overload to say the least.
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