Grand Teton National Park owes its spectacular scenery to earthquakes. Born of earthquakes and sculpted by ice, it’s an active and dynamic landscape. It boasts the youngest and steepest mountain range in the Rockies, contains some of the oldest rocks on earth, features glaciers, glacier-carved lakes, sagebrush flats, abundant and visible wildlife and a myriad of wildflowers. 

Our 70-minute PARK APPROVED audio tour is designed to guide you along the inner and outer loops of Teton Park Road. You’ll have unobstructed views of the Teton Range while you listen to our impressive group of local experts. Geologists will explain the monumental geological processes that created the park’s magnificent mountains, lakes and meadows. As you pass through the open grasslands and skirt dense forests, glacial lakes and marshy ponds, you’ll be in close proximity to a variety of birds and large animals. Our wildlife biologists and naturalists will share facts and fascinating stories about their observations and experiences with the park’s sage grouse, elk, pronghorn, bison, moose, coyotes and bears. You’ll also hear from a park historian who will paint a clear picture of the area’s rich cultural history and bring to life the colorful characters who influenced the development of Grand Teton National Park.

This tour also includes an introduction to Yellowstone National Park; so if you’d like an understanding of both of these remarkable parks, then listen to our tour of Yellowstone National Park as well. Professionally narrated and filled with music and nature sounds, this audio is as entertaining as it is educational!

National Park Service Info and Trip Planning
Map of Grand Teton National Park

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