Grand Teton National Park's Best Photo Spots
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Grand Teton National Park, located in Wyoming, has a captivating history deeply intertwined with the preservation of its stunning landscapes. The area was originally inhabited by indigenous tribes, including the Shoshone and Bannock peoples, who had a rich cultural presence in the region. The park was established in 1929 and expanded in 1950, primarily through the efforts of conservationists and philanthropists, including John D. Rockefeller, Jr., who played a pivotal role in acquiring and donating lands to protect the scenic grandeur of the Teton Range. Check out a few of our favorite photo spots below. For a more comprehensive guide, download the Fotospot App to access our offline guides that work even when you don't have an internet connection!
Antler Arches of Jackson
Hidden Falls Jenny Lake
Snake River Overlook
Chapel of the Transfiguration
National Elk Refuge