The Tetons are located in the Rocky Mountain Range, mostly in the state of Wyoming.
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- The Grand Tetons
- Teton Park Rd, Alta, WY 83414, USA: 43.7670859, -110.7083277
I love the Tetons. This trip was my fourth time visiting them. And I never get sick of them. They just have so much to offer around every corner. We went over across Jenny Lake and hiked towards Hidden Falls. This time we found a hidden path that took us right up next to the falls! I personally cannot think of anything more fantastic then the feeling of standing next to a giant waterfall. We had planned to go on a nice easy hike on the Hermitage Point trail head. What we planned to be just a few miles, turned out to be over 10 miles of hiking! But it was 10 miles full of beautiful landscape and adventurous times! We came to what became my personal favorite spot in the Tetons, called Half Moon Bay. I was seriously blown away by the beauty of that location. After a long while we came up on Hermitage Point. The best part was that we had it to ourselves. We figured this was the perfect spot to eat lunch and take a dip into the cold glacier water! On our way back to camp we came upon Swan Lake and all the reflective beauty it had to offer! Before heading to Yellowstone we went out and enjoyed the lake by canoe at Colter Bay. What a fantastic was to spend a Sunday morning. I've said it before and I'll say it again. The Grand Tetons live up to their name and will always be a favorite place of mine to go camping.
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