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Grand Teton N.P.
Travel Planning
Grand Teton N.P.

Grand Teton National Park at a Glance

Grand Teton National Park is situated just south of Yellowstone. Let your adventures take you seamlessly between the two parks.

Grand Teton's spiky mountain peaks are gorgeous at any time of year. Snow covers the mountain tops and the sun stains them pink and purple at sunrise and sunset. Hiking through the park in summer, or wading through the deep snow on snowshoes, visitors can see glacial lakes with either floating ice or fishing boats.

In summer, the water is so clear and still that the mountains are frequently reflected in its surface. The Snake River winds through the park and on hot summer afternoons visitors can lie on a tube and float downriver as the forest canopy moves by them.

Grand Teton has great camping and over 1,000 places to put your tent for the night. Whether you prefer a front facing tent site with a beach and public bathrooms, or the solitude of a sub-alpine clearing, The Grand Teton National Park has somewhere to welcome you.

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May - September
Low Season
October - April
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      Major Airports
      • Regional Airport Yellowstone Regional Airport

      Passport / Visa Requirements

      All travelers to the United States are required to hold a valid passport; the passport should be valid for six months beyond your departure from the U.S. The Visa Waiver Program (VWP) allows citizens of 37 participating countries to travel within the United States without a visa for 90 days; travelers must have valid Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) approval prior to travel, return travel tickets and a passport with a photo and an electronic chip. Visitors not eligible for VWP must apply for a non-immigrant visa. For more information, visit the U.S. State Department's travel website.

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      7,241 miles
      Estimated Drive Time
      132 hour(s)
      Need to Know

      Severe Weather Grand Teton gets cold, snowy winters and hotter summers. Temperature and precipitation is dependent on elevation so dress in layers to be prepared for any weather.

      Safety Concerns Grand Teton does not see much crime. Back country safety is the greater concern. Use caution in the wilderness. Cell phone service is spotty and it could be difficult to respond in an emergency.

      Health Concerns Dress warmly and in layers when visiting Grand Teton. Summer months could be hot, but could also cool down rapidly. Drink enough water to avoid heat exhaustion and dehydration. Know the limits of your capabilities.