Stunning Alpine Landscape and a Slice of the Old West
When you think of majestic mountains, you probably think of the jagged Teton Range, crowned by Grand Teton itself, soaring 13,770 feet high and rising above pristine mountain lakes and the valley known as Jackson Hole. With 152 miles of paved roads, Grand Teton National Park is made to order for scenic driving, and Just Ahead guides you along all of its most gorgeous routes. You simply turn on the Just Ahead app and drive.
Sample a few of the hundreds of stories that play automatically as you drive through Grand Teton:
Rockefeller Parkway • Jackson Lake • Willow Flats • Snake River • Signal Mountain • Jenny Lake • String Lake • Leigh Lake • Jackson Hole • Timbered Island • Teton Glacier • National Elk Refuge • Gros Ventre River • Blacktail Butte • Cathedral Group • Grand Teton
Your tour begins even before you reach the park. You’ll hear how glaciers and faulting created the mountains, canyons, and valleys. You’ll hear about the succession of people who lived here or passed through, from American Indians to cattle ranchers, from beaver trappers to horse thieves to early mountaineers.
Few places on earth offer a show of wildlife like you’ll encounter in Grand Teton, including:
Pronghorn • Bison • Elk • Grizzly Bears • Black Bears • Bald Eagles • Bighorn Sheep • Moose • 300+ Species of Birds • Beavers • Golden Eagles • Muskrats
We suggest the best places for RV camping and tent camping, and the park’s best inns and lodges, including:
Jackson Lake Lodge • Signal Mountain Lodge • Jenny Lake Lodge • Colter Bay Cabins • Climbers’ Ranch
And we offer inside tips on out-of-the-way places you’d otherwise miss, plus photo opportunities where you’ll become an instant Ansel Adams.
Whether you’re interested in day hiking, river rafting, photography, fishing, wildlife viewing, mountaineering, or simply scenic driving, Just Ahead guides you through the very best of Grand Teton National Park.
Headed to Yellowstone National Park? We guide you right out of Grand Teton for an easy transition to our Yellowstone tour.
You’ll experience the parks in a way you never could on your own—and there’s no need to take your eyes off the scenery to thumb through maps and guidebooks.
It’s like having a friendly park ranger along for the ride!