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Teton Corridor, Moose to North Jenny Lake

United States. National Park Service.

Teton Corridor, Moose to North Jenny Lake

development concept plan/environmental assessment : Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

by United States. National Park Service.

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service in [Denver, Colo.? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • National parks and reserves -- Wyoming,
  • Land use -- Wyoming -- Grand Teton National Park,
  • Grand Teton National Park (Wyo.)

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesGrand Teton National Park, Wyoming
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 141, 11 p. :
    Number of Pages141
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14428079M

    The National Park Service is seeking public input on a plan that will guide management of the Moose-Wilson corridor in Grand Teton National Park. Acting Superintendent Kevin Schneider announced today that the Park Service is developing a comprehensive management plan and environmental impact statement for the Moose-Wilson corridor. A public scoping period for the plan will run through Feb. 6. Construction is set to begin on the next phase of Grand Teton National Park’s multi-use pathway network, and cyclists will soon have a new off-highway loop to ride east of.

      Grand Teton National Park, P.O. Drawer , Moose, WY as the opening corridor to Grand Teton National Park. Though At North Jenny Lake Junction. With a stay at Jenny Lake Lodge in Moose, you'll be in a national park, just steps from String Lake and a 1-minute drive from Jenny Lake. This romantic lodge is mi ( km) from Leigh Lake and mi ( km) from Chapel of the Transfiguration.

    Optional Stop 6: Leigh Lake Trail ( miles) Another 6 miles north of Jenny Lake, this easy trail is a favorite for those who love a nice, easy lakeside stroll without the crowds at Jenny Lake. The out-and-back trail is miles to the southern edge of Leigh Lake, with views of Mount Moran as a highlight.   Grand Teton is located just north of the popular ski town of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Check out this list of things to do in Jackson Hole in case you’d like to stop there before your park visit.. So remember: If you’re heading to Wyoming for some national park action, visit Grand Teton with an open mind and a desire to fully experience the park.


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Teton Corridor, Moose to North Jenny Lake by United States. National Park Service. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Cycling the Shores of Jenny Lake. Jackson Hole's multi-use pathways broadened the horizons of fun for visitors to Grand Teton National Park. You can ride your bike all the way up from the town of Jackson, or choose one of two loops contained entirely within the park: the 8-mile jaunt that connects Moose to the South Jenny Lake area, or a shorter 4-mile trip that spans from the Taggart Lake.

Things to do near Jenny Lake Boating on Tripadvisor: See reviews and 1, candid photos of things to do near Jenny Lake Boating in Moose, Wyoming. Book a Tour. Mile Scenic Raft Trip on Jackson Hole’s Snake from $ More Info. Teton Park Road miles north of Moose Junction, Grand Teton National Park, WY.

miles. Get this from a library. Teton Corridor, Moose to North Jenny Lake: development concept plan/environmental assessment: Grand Teton National Park. Climbers find easy access to the world-renowned central Teton peaks from Jenny Lake and Lupine Meadows.

Visit the Jenny Lake Ranger Station for current route conditions and backcountry permits during the peak summer months. Drive scenic roads that reach the park's highest vista or curve along the shores of Jenny Lake. The Jenny Lake Loop in Grand Teton National Park begins from the Jenny Lake Trailhead.

To reach the trailhead turn west off Teton Park Road at the South Jenny Lake Junction, located roughly miles north of Moose Junction.

From the junction drive another half-mile to the large parking area for the visitor center and boat dock. My friend and I went to Moose Junction Visitor center first; nice center, not as big as many of the other park centers.

We went over to Dornans so my friend could rent a bike (I had brought my own) We biked 8miles North from Dornan's in Moose to Jenny Lake TripAdvisor reviews. The Jenny Lake Area offers access to some of the most popular hiking and backpacking trails with in the park.

Trails ranging from easy to strenuous take hikers around lakes, into canyons, and along creeks. T here are three major access points to the trail system here: Lupine Meadows, South Jenny Lake, and North Jenny Lake. Hiking in Grand Teton. The exclusive Jenny Lake Lodge is a vacationers dream.

You'll find this well-situated lodge hidden beneath towering spruces at the foot of the Grand Lake Lodge is the product of evolution as it began as a dude ranch for city folk eager for the experience of "roughing it" for a few weeks and emerged a 4-diamond eco-resort offering the finest service and lodging while still.

9 Jenny Lake Campground (8 miles north of Moose), toll-free: + Open May-Sept. 59 tent-only sites. All sites are first-come, first-served. This is the park's most popular campground and is generally full by 8AM. Sites are in among the evergreens and glacial boulders a short distance from Jenny Lake.

Moose Pond – mi / km. The aptly named Moose Pond is frequented by moose that are attracted to its abundance of food.

Head west on the Jenny Lake Loop trail crossing the outlet of the lake. The trail parallels the lake shore, alternating between filtered and open views. From String Lake, instead of going back out to the highway, follow the one way road back toward Jenny Lake.

After about 2 miles, there will be an entrance to a paved trail on the right. Take that trail and follow it all the way back to the Jenny Lake parking lot, then take the original bike trail back to Dornan’s.

String Lake views. Jenny Lake Lodge. Bring a touch of luxury to your national park experience by staying at Jenny Lake Lodge, a AAA Four-Diamond resort at the foot of the Teton Range. The historic cabins at Jenny Lake Lodge are elegant, private, and relaxing – the perfect blend of modern comfort and Old West charm.

Travel roughly 9 miles north from the Moose Junction entrance to the park and take a left onto the Jenny Lake Loop Road. This road is closed in the winter.

Time/Distance. The one-way Jenny Lake Road is about 5 miles long. Antelope Flats: If you are looking for the largest mammal in North America, you definitely want to explore Antelope Flats Road for the chance to capture the classic shot of bison in front of the Teton Range.

Just north of Moose Junction off Highway 89/, the open sage and grasslands of Antelope Flats contain some of the better topsoil in the area. Moose-Wilson road, named for the two villages at either end (Moose and Wilson), runs from Teton Park road in the north to Teton Village to the south.

Along the corridor is numerous beaver-dammed ponds with abundant willow shrubs. Along the roadway are numerous vines and shrubs with berries, such as huckleberry, raspberry and hawthorn berries. The Teton Park Road follows along the base of the Teton Range from Moose to Jackson Lake Junction.

The Jenny Lake Scenic Drive skirts along Jenny Lake and offers great views of the Grand Teton peaks. This drive is one-way and starts just south of String Lake. You can reach this scenic drive by driving south at the North Jenny Lake Junction. Truly one of the crown jewels in camping, the Jenny Lake Campground is situated within walking distance from Jenny Lake and is right along the Grand Teton National Park bike path.

All campsites have a picnic table, a fire pit, and n earby flush toilets. There are no shower facilities on site, but several are within a short drive. Follow Teton Park Road for miles to the park entrance/fee station. Continue beyond the entry station for miles to the North Jenny Lake Junction and turn left on the Jenny Lake Road.

Drive miles on the Jenny Lake Road and then turn right onto String Lake. 1. Jenny Lake. Jenny Lake sits at the base of Cascade Canyon in the Grand Teton National Park. There is a shuttle service available across its waters and the area also has the Jenny Lake Lodge, where cabins and fine dining is offered.

The lakeshore is divided into two zones: North and South Jenny Lake. Jenny Lake Lodge sits near the north end of Jenny Lake, in a quiet and secluded part of Grand Teton National Park. We offer Duplex, Freestanding, and Suite style cabins. Our Signature Stay Package includes daily gourmet breakfast, nightly five course dinner, horseback riding, and.

Jenny Lake Loop is a 3-mile drive off of the main road and a great drive away from the crowds, take a break and dip your toes in String Lake. Stop for lunch at Signal Mountain Lodge or camp overnight for sweeping views of Jackson Lake with the mountains in the distance and a chance to go fishing, kayaking, swimming, and boating.Recreation around Jenny Lake Fishing.

Fishing is permitted in Jenny, String, Leigh, Bradley, and Taggart Lakes. A Wyoming fishing license is required, and they can be purchased at Snake River Anglers at Dornan’s (/), Signal Mountain Marina (/ or /), and Colter Bay Marina (/ or /).

Pick up a fishing brochure from any of the visitors.On the West side of the lake you will find the Cascade Canyon trailhead. There are trails from the boat dock to Hidden Falls (1/2 mile each way), Inspiration Point (1 mile each way) and into Cascade Canyon that leads North to Solitude Lake or South to the South Fork of Cascade Canyon, and beyond to Hurricane Pass and Schoolroom Glacier.