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The Teton Range glow orange after a fresh coat of snow. Robert Buman captured this gorgeous photo just before sunrise at Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. 
Photo from www.sharetheexperience.org.

The Teton Range glow orange after a fresh coat of snow. Robert Buman captured this gorgeous photo just before sunrise at Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming.


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Clouds make for a great backdrop in this photo from Grand Teton National Park.Photo: H. Stark

Clouds make for a great backdrop in this photo from Grand Teton National Park.

Photo: H. Stark

Grand Teton National Park by Gary Rowe. 
Sunsets don’t get much better than this one over Grand Teton National Park. Photo: Robert McKinney (www.sharetheexperience.org)

Sunsets don’t get much better than this one over Grand Teton National Park.

Photo: Robert McKinney (www.sharetheexperience.org)

Looking for something fun and fantastic to do with family and friends? Head out to America’s national parks where millions of stars light up the dark night sky, deer and antelope (and a few other critters!) play on the wide open range, and history is an unbelievable experience, not a boring class lecture.The National Park Service is proud to once again join with the National Park Foundation, the official charity of America’s national parks, to present on April 19-27, 2014, National Park Week, a presidentially proclaimed celebration of our national heritage.You can plan your visit by what you want to do, or where you want to go … or you can browse our event calendar and check out the special programs offered throughout the week. On opening weekend, Saturday and Sunday, April 19 to 20, every national park will give you free admission!Photo of Grand Teton National Park by Arianna Grainey (www.sharetheexperience.org)

Looking for something fun and fantastic to do with family and friends? Head out to America’s national parks where millions of stars light up the dark night sky, deer and antelope (and a few other critters!) play on the wide open range, and history is an unbelievable experience, not a boring class lecture.

The National Park Service is proud to once again join with the National Park Foundation, the official charity of America’s national parks, to present on April 19-27, 2014, National Park Week, a presidentially proclaimed celebration of our national heritage.

You can plan your visit by what you want to do, or where you want to go … or you can browse our event calendar and check out the special programs offered throughout the week. On opening weekend, Saturday and Sunday, April 19 to 20, every national park will give you free admission!

Photo of Grand Teton National Park by Arianna Grainey (www.sharetheexperience.org)

This photo is for everyone who is ready for spring/fall. Sunrise at Oxbow Bend in Grand Teton National Park.Photo: Robert McKinney (www.sharetheexperience.org)

This photo is for everyone who is ready for spring/fall. Sunrise at Oxbow Bend in Grand Teton National Park.

Photo: Robert McKinney (www.sharetheexperience.org)

A Grizzly Bear crossing the Snake River at sunrise in the Grand Teton national Park. Photo: Donald Higgs (www.sharetheexperience.org)

A Grizzly Bear crossing the Snake River at sunrise in the Grand Teton national Park

Photo: Donald Higgs (www.sharetheexperience.org)

Travis Patterson captured this spectacular lightning and rain storm from the Snake River Overlook at Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming to make it a weekly winner on the Share the Experience site. Enter for your chance to win at www.sharetheexperience.org and vote for your favorites.

Travis Patterson captured this spectacular lightning and rain storm from the Snake River Overlook at Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming to make it a weekly winner on the Share the Experience site. Enter for your chance to win at www.sharetheexperience.org and vote for your favorites.

The temperature in Grand Teton National Park might have been around 20 BELOW ZERO yesterday morning, but it sure did make for a stunning photo!
Photo: D. Lombard

The temperature in Grand Teton National Park might have been around 20 BELOW ZERO yesterday morning, but it sure did make for a stunning photo!

Photo: D. Lombard

From one national park to another. Grand Teton National Park photographed from Craig Pass in Yellowstone National Park.Photo: National Park Service

From one national park to another. Grand Teton National Park photographed from Craig Pass in Yellowstone National Park.

Photo: National Park Service