Greetings from Grand Teton National Park!
In April of 2016, I retired, sold my home, and took off on a seven-month, 23,410-mile road trip through 33 states. Along the way, I explored 30 national parks, hiking and camping in most of them. It was the most exhilarating journey I have ever made! When I returned to NC for the winter, I decided I want to be in the parks as often as possible, so this summer I will be living and working at Yellowstone. I hope to continue this lifestyle for many years to come!
P.S. I support the parks because… each park offers unique opportunities to explore, hike, and camp among incredibly stunning natural wonders and wildlife of all kinds.
Grand Teton National Park
Grand Teton is a spectacular park where every vista will take your breath away. The best-known feature of the park is the jagged granite peaks of the Teton Range that tower over 7,000 feet above the Jackson Hole valley. The valley is covered by sagebrush and bisected by the wild Snake River. Come and enjoy wildflower meadows, alpine lakes, glaciers, lakes, and premier outdoor recreation and relaxation.
- State: Wyoming
- Established: 1929