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Grand Teton Sunset Tour

Grand Teton Sunset Tour
Outdoor Activities > Nature & Wildlife > Nature & Wildlife
$165
Duration: 5 hours
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Description

Take a 5-hour sunset tour of Grand Teton National Park including dinner at Signal Mountain Lodge, over looking Jackson Lake and the Teton Mountain Range. Roam the Antelope Flats in search of bison and antelope while an experienced guide shares a bit of history at the Shane Cabins. See what early life in Jackson Hole might have been like and eat at Signal Mountain Lodge with spectacular views of the Teton Range. You’ll return to Jackson along the wooded Moose–Wilson Road, home to the North American moose.

Start your 5-hour tour with pickup at your accommodation in the Jackson Hole or Teton Village area. Heading north by luxury van, you’ll enter Grand Teton National Park. Keep an eye out for wildlife and receive information on the region from your experienced guide.

There will be plenty of stops along the way to check out historical sites such as the Shane Cabins. Once you reach the dining venue at The Trapper Grill located at Signal Mountain Lodge, you will have the option to sit outside on the deck and select from a full menu. Marvel at jaw-dropping views of Jackson Lake and the Teton Mountain Range during the sunset hours.

On the return drive via Moose–Wilson Road, use provided binoculars and spotting scopes to search for the occasional moose through the van’s panoramic windows.

This evening tour is an ideal option for anyone who loves viewing wildlife in a stunning natural environment.

Take a 5-hour sunset tour of Grand Teton National Park including dinner at Signal Mountain Lodge, over looking Jackson Lake and the Teton Mountain Range. Roam the Antelope Flats in search of bison and antelope while an experienced guide shares a bit of history at the Shane Cabins. See what early life in Jackson Hole might have been like and eat at Signal Mountain Lodge with spectacular views of the Teton Range. You’ll return to Jackson along the wooded Moose–Wilson Road, home to the North American moose.