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2019 GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK — WYOMING


Grand Teton National Park - Wyoming, USA - July, 2019
The Playground Grand Teton National Park - Wyoming, USA - July, 2019
Jenny Lake's Stunning Views Grand Teton National Park - Wyoming, USA - July, 2019
Glacial Lake Grand Teton National Park - Wyoming, USA - July, 2019
East 30 Intersection


AT THE VERY BASIC CORE OF A MAN'S LIVING SPIRIT IS HIS PASSION FOR ADVENTURE – Christopher McCandless – GỐC CĂN BẢN ĐỜI SỐNG TINH THẦN CỦA MỘT NGƯỜI ĐÀN ÔNG LÀ NIỀM ĐAM MÊ PHIÊU LƯU

Grand Teton National Park - Wyoming, USA - July, 2019

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ADVENTURE & TRAVEL TO INSPIRE YOUR WANDERLUST


We travel, initially, to lose ourselves; and we travel, next to find ourselves. We travel to open our hearts and eyes and learn more about the world than our newspapers will accommodate. We travel to bring what little we can, in our ignorance and knowledge, to those parts of the globe whose riches are differently dispersed. And we travel, in essence, to become young fools again- to slow time down and get taken in, and fall in love once more. Pico Lyer

Chúng ta đi du lịch, ban đầu, là để đánh mất chính mình; và chúng ta đi du lịch, tiếp theo là để tìm thấy chính mình. Chúng ta đi du lịch để mở rộng trái tim và tầm mắt của mình và để hiểu về thế giới nhiều hơn những gì mà báo chí của chúng ta có thể đáp ứng. Chúng ta đi du lịch để có thể mang lại chút ít những gì có thể, trong sự thiếu hiểu biết về kiến thức của chúng ta, để đến những nơi trên thế giới có nhiều sự kiện phong phú khác nhau. Và chúng ta đi du lịch, cốt yếu là, để trở thành những kẻ ngốc nghếch trẻ - để kéo dài thời gian và hòa nhập, và một lần nữa được yêu thương. Tony Nguyen

Grand Teton National Park - Wyoming, USA - July, 2019
Mountain Views in July Grand Teton National Park - Wyoming, USA - July, 2019
Grand Teton Entrance Grand Teton National Park - Wyoming, USA - July, 2019
Snow Capped Teton in July Grand Teton National Park - Wyoming, USA - July, 2019
Grasslands in Grand Teton


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Grand Teton National Park - Wyoming, USA - July, 2019
Teton Park Road Grand Teton National Park - Wyoming, USA - July, 2019
Grassland Views in July Grand Teton National Park - Wyoming, USA - July, 2019
Teton Range Grand Teton National Park - Wyoming, USA - July, 2019
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GRAND TETON MOUNTAIN PEAKS IN JULY


A day in Grand Teton. We visited Grand Teton National Park in July when all the visitor centers, hiking trails, boating and fishing are open and accessible. The park encompasses approximately 310,000 acres of wilderness and some of the most beautiful mountain scenery in the western United States. There are five National Park Service campgrounds available within the park: Gros Ventre Campground, Jenny Lake Campground, Signal Mountain Campground, Colter Bay Campground, and Lizard Creek Campground. The $10 entrance fee for Non-commercial Vehicle is good for 7 days in Grand Teton and Yellowstone. Restaurants are located at the Jenny Lake Lodge, Signal Mountain Lodge, Jackson Lake Lodge and Flagg Ranch. There are approximately 100 miles of park roads and 200 miles of trails throughout the park. Most park trails are rough rock or dirt, asphalt trails are accessible from Jenny Lake area.

The Grand TetonNational Park boasts a diverse ecosystem with 310,000 acres of terrain ranging from summertime wildflower meadows to rushing whitewater streams. These ancient mountains also contain some of the oldest rocks in the National Park Service, dating to nearly 2.7 billion years ago. Absolutely the most beautiful mountains and lakes. The entire area is so beautiful and every where you go you will see magnificent views. It's one of those pristine non crowded national parks and the drive to the park is not too long and nor is jam-packed with cars. We didn't really hike much here but there are plenty of scenic drives like Jenny Lake, Hidden Falls, Inspiration Point, String Lake, and Leigh Lake. We stopped at a JP Cunningham Cabin. The living conditions must have been harsh. We visited the Moulton barn, saw the Ansel turnout, stopped to picnic at Jenny Lake and drove to Yellowstone campground.


Grand Teton National Park - Wyoming, USA - July, 2019
Over 100 Alpine & Lakes Grand Teton National Park - Wyoming, USA - July, 2019
Pristine Lakes & Alpine Terrain Grand Teton National Park - Wyoming, USA - July, 2019
The Backcountry Road Grand Teton National Park - Wyoming, USA - July, 2019
JP Cunningham Cabin


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Grand Teton National Park - Wyoming, USA - July, 2019
Grand Teton Mountain Peaks Grand Teton National Park - Wyoming, USA - July, 2019
The Loop Road in the Tetons Grand Teton National Park - Wyoming, USA - July, 2019
The Best View of the Grand Tetons Grand Teton National Park - Wyoming, USA - July, 2019
The T.A. Moulton Barn


JP Cunningham Cabin. The Cunningham Cabin is a double-pen log cabin in Grand Teton National Park in the US state of Wyoming. It was built as a homestead in Jackson Hole and represents an adaptation of an Appalachian building form to the West. During the 1880s, J. Pierce and Margaret Cunningham established the Bar Flying U Ranch in Jackson Hole. While many surrounding ranches suffered due to soil that was very porous, Cunningham recognized the quartzite-rich soil here was different and provided better nutrients for raising lush grasses. The only building still standing here is the original Cunningham Cabin. The Cunningham Cabin is located north on highway 191 near the eastern boundary of the park. Park in the large parking area near the highway or if room, use the smaller lot close to the site.

T.A. Moulton Barn. This rustic old building is said to be the most photographed barn in America. In the 1890s, Mormon settlers from Salt Lake set up homesteads in what is now called Mormon Row. It's called Mormnon Row because of the Homestead Act of 1862, signed by President Abraham Lincoln, said that people could migrate West and set up a homestead and get 160 acres of public land to own, free. Thomas Alma Moulton first homesteaded this property in 1908 as a bachelor. He came over Teton Pass with his brother and a neighbor from Teton Basin, Idaho. He and his sons built a barn that still stands today. The property with the barn was one of the last parcels sold to the National Park Service by the Moulton family. Often photographed, the barn with the Teton Range in the background has become a symbol of Jackson Hole, Wyoming.


Grand Teton National Park - Wyoming, USA - July, 2019
Jenny Clear Blue Water Grand Teton National Park - Wyoming, USA - July, 2019
Jenny Lake Visitor Center Grand Teton National Park - Wyoming, USA - July, 2019
A Truly Beautiful Sight Grand Teton National Park - Wyoming, USA - July, 2019
Not An Afternoon To Be Miss

Grand Teton National Park - Wyoming, USA - July, 2019
The Mountains Meet the Prairies Grand Teton National Park - Wyoming, USA - July, 2019
Short-tailed Weasel at Jenny Grand Teton National Park - Wyoming, USA - July, 2019
Jenny Lake Shuttle Boat Grand Teton National Park - Wyoming, USA - July, 2019
Boating & Hiking at Jenny


No matter what looms ahead, if you can eat today, enjoy the sunlight today, mix good cheer with friends today, enjoy it and bless God for it. Do not look back on happiness—or dream of it in the future. You are only sure of today, do not let yourself be cheated out of it. Henry Ward Beecher