I didn’t actually take as many pictures in the Tetons as I thought.  I put off going through them because I thought I had sooooo many.  I didn’t.  Maybe I was just lazy.  It happens.  Anyways, I want to share a few of my photos from the Tetons with you all in one post.  I have a post on Jackson Lake and I have one on Jenny Lake, but I like pictures from both, so here they are.

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Helpful things:

  • Give yourself a couple days in the park, maybe even three or four f you can.  There’s soooo much hiking to do, and you’re more likely to see wildlife if you’re there longer.
  • Take a kayak or paddleboard out.  I wish I did this, but like always, we were just kind of winging it and didn’t even think to.  Next time!
  • Bring bear spray.  I’ll keep mentioning this because who wants to be face to face with a bear and not have bear spray?  Not me.  You don’t always need to use it, but have it just in case.
  • Bring lots of water, snacks, and sunscreen.  It’s hot, sunny, and you’ll get hungry.

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Have you been to the Tetons?  What did you do there?  What’s your favorite thing about it?  Do you want to go?