Imagine driving on a paved road in a national park, and suddenly a black sow with three cubs cross the street.
JACKSON HOLE, Wyo. (PRWEB) March 19, 2020
Imagine driving on a paved road in a national park, and suddenly a black sow with three cubs cross the street. Or let's say a tour guide with tourists, are driving in the park, all of a sudden one black wolf emerges in the wilderness. He or maybe she runs casually towards a herd of bison. As the tourists watch, another wolf does the same. Twenty minutes later, another wolf appears and does the same thing! So many similar scenarios are replicated in Yellowstone and Grand Teton. Apart from wolves and bison, the two parks have elk, bighorn sheep and prong horn antelope.
Apart from wildlife, there are scenic locations for all to behold. From the Teton Mountains, to Snake River Overlook(where Ansel Adams took pictures), to the Oxbow Bend Turnout, Jenny Lake, there are may fascinating places in the Tetons. In Yellowstone, Old Faithful, Grand Prismatic Spring, Fountain Paint Pots, Grand Canyon of Yellowstone lower and upper falls are places to admire and take pictures. Artist's Point, Hayden Valley, Mud Volcano and Lake Yellowstone are also places visitors can see.
Certain tour outfits also know and talk about the history of the parks, including geological history. According to Moses Yamtal, owner of Yellowstone Tours From Jackson Hole, whose company recently received a Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor, "There is so much to see in Yellowstone and Teton's 2.5 million acres. We also provide tours outside of the two parks. Our guests are not only impressed with the wildlife they see. But they also love the geology and history of this unique part of the world."