National Park Vacations
Grand Teton National Park Tours
|Wyoming’s Grand Teton National Park celebrates one of North America’s most recognized and revered mountain ranges. The highest of the snow-capped, snaggle-toothed Tetons juts 13,770 feet into the clouds. Twelve breathtaking summits in all, they host a multitude of glacier-carved lakes, spruce and fir forests, alpine meadows and rushing creeks.
Grand Teton National Park is also renowned for its abundance of wildlife – for the antelope, bears, bison, big horned sheep, coyote, moose, elk and eagles that make the park their home. The wildlife of Teton National Park and of nearby Yellowstone National Park is said to be the richest in diversity on this side of the Serengeti.
Take an up-close look with Austin-Lehman on one of our weeklong Grand Teton National Park tours.
Austin-Lehman Grand Teton National Park Tours:
|Wyoming | Yellowstone/Teton
Austin-Lehman's Yellowstone Vacations make for a beautiful getaway for the family. Experience first-class service and adventure with #1 tour operator, Austin-Lehman Adventures. Read More >
|Wyoming Family | Yellowstone/Teton
Wyoming Family Vacations - Soak up the wild west in Yellowstone and Grand Tetons while hiking, biking and rafting. Discover hidden wonders that only Austin-Lehman Adventures takes you to. Read More >
Did You Know…
- Grand Teton National Park was originally established in 1929 and later expanded to its present size in 1950 with the merger of the Jackson Hole National Monument and the 35,000 acres of adjacent property donated by John D. Rockefeller.
- Grand Teton is the highest mountain within Grand Teton National Park, and the second highest in the state of Wyoming.
- Grand Teton National Park is located in the heart of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, one of the largest intact temperate zone ecosystems remaining on the planet.
- The scenery in Grand Teton National Park is so stunning that it attracted John D. Rockefeller Jr. and his family here for many summer vacations. In 2001, the Rockefellers donated the family's 1,106-acre ranch that flanks Phelps Lake, to the National Park Service.