Virtual Guidebook to Yellowstone and Northern Wyoming
Moose
Grand Teton National Park Wyoming


Moose is a small historic site on the Snake River in Jackson Hole, the south entrance to Grand Teton National Park. In addition to a few commercial developments, park service support facilities, and residences, it consists of buildings from the historic Murie Ranch.

There is the tiny Chapel of the Transfiguration, an historic general store, and a cable ferry across the Snake River, protected as the Menors Ferry Historic District. The Maud Noble Cabin is notable as the site of secret discussions for addition of Jackson Hole (at that time still private ranch land) to the national park.



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Chapel of the Transfiguration at Moose, in Jackson Hole

(June 25, 2000)


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Inside the Chapel of the Transfiguration

(June 25, 2000)


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A log cabin store at Moose in Jackson Hole

(June 25, 2000)


Next Locality: Grand Teton National Park Visitor Center