Hike, explore, bike, camp and kayak an incredible piece of Wyoming. With majestic sawtooth mountains. Snowcaps above, incredible wildflowers and glacial lakes below. With geysers and turquoise hot springs. Waterfalls, bison and bears. But don't think for a second you'll be able to fathom how Mother Nature did it.
1-2 Welcome to the Rockies! | Bike beneath the Teton Range's jagged peaks, pedaling through Jackson into Grand Teton National Park | Whether you're up for 4 miles or 14, there are gorgeous hikes—and a scenic boat ride—to show off this grandest of parks, a paradise of flower-strewn meadows, shimmering lakes, thick forests and awe-inspiring mountains.
3 Bike along Jackson Lake to the northern edge of Grand Teton National Park, then get ready for Yellowstone, the world's first national park and home to some of Earth's most extraordinary geothermal wonders | Your camp crew whips up a bit of culinary magic and dinner is served al fresco | Watch the sky for shooting stars.
4 Hike to the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, the park's most dramatic feature, where waterfalls cascade over pastel-colored cliffs | Open meadows and stands of lodgepole pine lead to the canyon rim and Inspiration Point, with a breathtaking look deep into the gorge | Witness wondrous wildlife, from elk to eagles.
5 Gaze at bubbling mud pots, spouting geysers and steaming vents in Yellowstone | Has it been 91 minutes? Watch as Old Faithful shoots into action, projecting thousands of gallons of water more than 100 feet into the air | As you bike along Firehole River, savor the sights, sounds and smells of this strange wonderland.