The National Elk Refuge
Enjoy roadside viewing of the National Elk Refuge which is home to nearly 10,000 elk, along with Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep, wolves, coyote, cougar and birds of prey including eagles, abundant waterfowl
and much more.
The National Elk Refuge is truly a unique ecosystem home to nearly every animal species native to the north Rockies along with most bird species.
Onto the magnificent Gros Ventre Mountain Range
Join us and explore this magnificent and less-traveled side of Grand Teton National Park. The Gros Ventre Mountain Range forms the Eastern boundary of Grand Teton National Park from North to South.
You will be able to view the historic community of Kelly, and Kelly Warm Springs. This scenic area is home to Jackson Hole’s earliest settlers and abundant wildlife. This region is home to herds of elk and bison, moose and Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep.
Prior to the first settlors arriving, this was the land of the Northern Shoshone Gros Ventre tribe. You will be able to see the areas where they traveled and learn about how they lived and survived.
Settle in to enjoy the quieter side of Grand Teton Park on a tour which offers the best of the region in the winter months.
We provide an interpretive narration of the human and natural history of Jackson Hole. The opportunities to photograph Grand Teton in winter will offer a lifetime of memories.
- Pick up and return at your lodging in Jackson or Teton Village.
- This tour is suitable for couples and families.
- Private half-day tour duration 4 to 5 hours. Both economical and efficient.