I’ve discussed this encounter a bit already in my article about how being close to a few bears finally helped me process and get over my fears. But, today, I’d like to take a second and fully share the story… Read More »When a Grizzly wakes you up: tales from the trail
In a word: absolutely. Bear spray is a must-have for hiking or backpacking in Grand Teton National Park. Of all the national parks in the lower 48, Grand Teton might be the #1 spot where you will need bear spray.… Read More »Do you need bear spray for Grand Teton National Park?
Taking a trip into the backcountry means your phone’s camera will be put through its paces with shots of landscapes, wildlife, selfies, and the stars (if you’re lucky). On a recent trip to Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks, I… Read More »4 Steps to a great photo of the Milky Way on your iPhone
The American buffalo is a sight to see – one that keeps people flocking to Yellowstone National Park by the millions. In this article, we’ll take a look at buffalo populations in Yellowstone, covering: How many buffalo live in Yellowstone… Read More »How many buffalo are in Yellowstone?
Grand Teton National Park, located in northwestern Wyoming, is a stunning natural landscape that attracts millions of visitors each year. The park is known for its majestic mountain range, pristine lakes, and abundant wildlife. Among the many species that call… Read More »Guide to Bears in Grand Teton National Park
Getting ready to hit up Grand Teton soon? Wondering what types of plant life you’ll encounter? This article will serve as a brief guide to just that. Grand Teton National Park is home to a wide variety of plant species,… Read More »Plant life in Grand Teton National Park
The National Elk Refuge, located in Jackson, Wyoming, is a unique and important wildlife sanctuary that spans over 24,700 acres. Established in 1912, the refuge was created to provide a winter habitat for the Jackson Elk Herd, one of the… Read More »The National Elk Refuge in Jackson, Wyoming
Grand Teton National Park is known for its majestic mountain range, pristine lakes, and abundant wildlife. The park covers an area of approximately 310,000 acres and attracts millions of visitors each year. This article will take you through the history… Read More »The History of Grand Teton National Park