Situated in Wyoming State south of Yellowstone National Park and north of Jackson, Grand Teton is a national park exhibiting astonishing nature and an abundance of diverse activities. Boasting mountain meadows, the snow-capped peaks of the Teton Range, lush valley floors and idyllic alpine lakes, the park’s breathtaking scenery offers some of the most exquisite photographic locations in the world. Visitors can hike a trail that American Indians might have used in the 1820s, or one built by the Civilian Conservation Corps. The Snake River is ideal for wonderful paddle, canoe, or rafting meanders. Cruises along the lakes offer a relaxed and luxurious way to take in the views, and include a delicious full breakfast or dinner. Animal lovers will delight in spotting bears, elk, foxes, and a variety of birdlife, and the option to explore the area on horseback.