Virtual Guidebook to Yellowstone and Northern Wyoming
Tetons from Jackson Hole
Grand Teton National Park Wyoming


Highway 89 runs north-south the length of Jackson Hole in Grand Teton National Park. In addition to its amazing views, it serves commercial traffic and is the main route to Yellowstone.

Despite sometimes heavy traffic the highway offers some famous viewpoints - the Snake River Overlook of Ansel Adam's unforgettable photograph, and the broad vista from Teton Point. Side roads lead west to the river and east across the Antelope Flats, and the highway is paralleled by the quieter Teton Park Road.



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Sagebrush flats in the southern part of Jackson Hole

(June 25, 2000)


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Pasturelands on the floor of Jackson Hole

(June 25, 2000)


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Glacier Canyon in the Tetons, viewed from the valley floor

(June 25, 2000)


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Afternoon clouds over the Grand Tetons

(June 26, 2000)


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The classic Snake River Overlook view of the Tetons

(June 26, 2000)


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An old cattle ranch in Jackson Hole

(June 27, 2000)


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Teton Viewpoint, in the middle of Jackson Hole

(June 27, 2000)


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A herd of bison (buffalo) in Jackson Hole

(June 27, 2000)


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