Grand Teton National Park

Stephanj1...
What is the head count of moose in the Grand Teton national park
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Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, Moose, Picnicking
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Stephanj1...
In the Grand Tetons are there any earth avalanches set off by tremors. It seems to me that there may have been one on Mount St. John
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Grand Teton National Park, Ancient Cultures, Mountaineering, Geology
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Grand Teton National Park Film Festival 2012

Schwabachers Landing, Grand Teton National Park. Photo Credit: National Park ServiceFor the second year in a row, Grand Teton National Park will be hosting a special film festival featuring films focused on the great outdoors.

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Camp Foods We Love

Smores camping foodOne of the best parts of an outdoor trip is the grub! What would camping be without roasting marshmallows by the fire or digging into some Sloppy Joes? You gotta get creative with food in the woods. Whether it’s bite-sized snacks or a filling dish, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite camping foods for your next adventure.

Sloppy Joes

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petearc1
Where can you combine a horseback ride with a cookout in Grand Teton National Park?
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Grand Teton National Park, Food/Dining, Horseback Riding
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Ask_Chris...
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The only campsites that horses are allowed to stop at are located in the Backcountry Area. However, fires are not permitted in backcountry when horses are present. You can stop to eat with your horses, however, a cookout would not be allowed. Please visit this link for more information.

http://www.nps.gov/grte/planyourvisit/upload/stock.pdf

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Donna Kra...
Will I need 2 vehicle passes if we are towing a camper and have a motorcycle in our truck bed at Yellowstone and Grand Teton?
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Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National Park, Backpacking, Camping, Hiking, Park Passes and Fees, RVing
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You only have to pay one vehicle/entrance fee when entering either Yellowstone or Grand Teton. It's advised you keep your receipt on you for when you take the motorcycle off the truck bed and cruise around the park. For more information on Grand Teton call (307) 739-3300; for more information on Yellowstone call (307) 344-7381.

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10 Great Kids Activities at National Parks

March 9, 2012, 2:34 pm
Whether it is this weekend or any weekend, America’s national parks offer endless activities the whole family can enjoy. Here are ten fun-packed national park adventures for kids and families: Acadia National Park, Maine Sea-life bingo keeps youngsters excited tallying green sea urchins, orange sea stars, and other curious marine creatures that reside ...

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Amtrak Vacations 2012 Escorted Rail Programs

Traveling by train is one of the best ways to see the picturesque landscapes of our national parks and public lands. Relax on a smooth ride and glance out the large windows for amazing views as halting mountain ranges, rolling hills and open prairies pass by.

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Discover the Mysteries of Wolverines in The Wolverine Way

February 24, 2012, 10:17 am
Wolverines are creatures with many misconceptions. Get inside their heads with The Wolverine Way by Douglas H. Chadwick and printed by Patagonia Books. See the wolverine as you never have before and uncover what is threatening these notoriously tenacious animals. They are more than just a namesake for an ...

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New Grand Teton Bear rules prompted by visitors getting too close

August 9, 2011, 1:55 pm
CHEYENNE, Wyo. - Grand Teton National Park is clarifying its rules against getting too close to wildlife after a grizzly bear on two separate occasions charged at tourists who were watching her from atop their cars. The new rules emphasize that people need to heed any ranger or other park ...

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