Wyoming’s Shiras Moose on Display in Grand Teton National Park.
It was cloudy when I drove north this morning, but there were hints of possible breaks in the southwest clouds. I found Washakie at about the same time the sky temporarily cleared, but he was still soaked from the overnight rains. His normal light ivory antlers were darkened and rich in color. Continue reading “A Morning with Moose ~”
2016 Foliage Photos
Few places in the lower 48 can rival the Tetons in the Fall. I’m highly prejudiced, of course! Lots of states offer great foliage opportunities in most years, but Northwest Wyoming has the Teton Range as a backdrop for cottonwoods, aspens, and willows. Colorful mountain maple along the Snake River are also a big draw, as seen above. Continue reading “Prime Time in the Tetons!”
Elevation profile for Angel’s Palace Elevation and route courtesy of Route Scout
1.7 miles (round trip) Difficulty:
Easy, but some route-finding possible Best time of year:
Fall, Winter, Spring Continue reading "Angel’s Palace"