May 15, 2018
The park is justifiably famous for its namesake mountains which are some of the most beautiful in the lower 48. They have been photographed by Ansel Adams and millions of other photographers since him. But there’s more to the park than mountains, there’s the Snake River that runs through it North to South at the base of the mountains and there are multiple lakes large and small. Some well-known like Jackson Lake and Jenny Lake and lesser known lakes like aptly named Two Ocean Lake named for draining into the Atlantic as well as the Pacific oceans. The Teton’s are well known for their landscape photography locations like Schwabacher’s Landing, the Snake River Overlook and the Mormon Barns, it’s becoming increasingly well known for its wildlife photo ops. So, today I’ll talk about both as well as how to get here, where to stay and best times of year to be here.
Steve Mattheis: http://www.sgm.photography/
Mike Jackson: http://www.bestofthetetons.com/