5 Must-Do Winter Adventures in Grand Teton National Park

Find some peace and quiet in one of America's most popular parks.

Winter in Grand Teton National Park means fewer crowds and catching the iconic views you've seen over and over with a unique touch: a fresh dusting of snow. Not only is it beautiful and quiet, it also give you a chance to try out a new activity. Try your hand (or feet) at cross-country skiing or snowshoeing, spend your first night under the winter stars, or bring your photography gear (and your layers!) and set up for some epic night shoots. Whatever you decide, a winter trip to the Tetons is a must. 

1. Winter Camp at Colter Bay Campground

Photo: Eric Bennett

2. Hike to Bradley Lake

Photo: Garrett Schmidt

3. Ski the Grand Teton NP’s Teton Park Road

Photo: Greg Owens

4. Snowshoe to the Cunningham Cabin

Photo: Michelle Olmstead

5. Winter Photography of Winter Road

Photo: Phill Monson

Cover photo: Michelle Olmstead

Published: January 17, 2017

Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your adventures and follow local regulations.

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