10 Photos to Inspire a Winter Adventure to Grand Teton National Park

Catch epic views of the Tetons with fewer crowds and a fresh coat of snow.

A trip to Grand Teton National Park in the winter is one you'll remember forever. Cold? Yes, but that's what winter clothes are for. The upside to the cold is that it scares away most tourists, so when you visit in the winter, you may find some of the park's most popular high-season destinations all to yourself. 

Winter camping in the park can be a ton of fun, but if you're asking us, we recommend treating yourself to a few nights just outside the park in the secluded and comfortable Togwotee Mountain Lodge. From dogsledding and snowmobiling to delicious food and cozy accommodations, they've got you covered. If you need even more proof of how awesome a trip to Togwotee and the Tetons would be, see what our Explorer Christina Adele-Warburg had to say with her weekend guide.

Still not convinced?! Tough crowd. Check out these 10 photos of winter scenery and wildlife in Grand Teton National Park and we're sure you'll be ready to plan your trip ASAP. 

Photo: Josh Packer

Photo: Josh Packer

Photo: Eric Bennett

Photo: Eric Bennett

Photo: Eric Bennett

Photo: Eric Bennett

Photo: Michelle Olmstead

Photo: Michelle Olmstead

Photo: Michelle Olmstead

Photo: Michelle Olmstead

Cover photo: Michelle Olmstead

Published: December 19, 2018

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