America's Great Outdoors
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

Rising above a scene rich with extraordinary wildlife, pristine lakes, and alpine terrain, the Teton Range stands monument to the people who fought to protect it. These are mountains of the imagination. Mountains that led to the creation of Grand Teton National Park where you can explore over two hundred miles of trails, float the Snake River or enjoy the serenity of this remarkable place.Photo: National Park Service

Rising above a scene rich with extraordinary wildlife, pristine lakes, and alpine terrain, the Teton Range stands monument to the people who fought to protect it. These are mountains of the imagination. Mountains that led to the creation of Grand Teton National Park where you can explore over two hundred miles of trails, float the Snake River or enjoy the serenity of this remarkable place.

Photo: National Park Service

Happy first day of fall! We hope you get a chance to see some beautiful fall colors on America’s public lands. For ideas of great places to see the fall colors this year all across the country, click here.Photo of Grand Teton National Park by Isaac Cogdill.

Happy first day of fall! We hope you get a chance to see some beautiful fall colors on America’s public lands. For ideas of great places to see the fall colors this year all across the country, click here.

Photo of Grand Teton National Park by Isaac Cogdill.

The elk are bugling, leaves are changing and temperatures are beginning to drop in Grand Teton National Park. Autumn is surely upon us! Photo: K. Cieszkiewicz

The elk are bugling, leaves are changing and temperatures are beginning to drop in Grand Teton National Park. Autumn is surely upon us!

Photo: K. Cieszkiewicz

Who has plans to visit America’s great outdoors this Labor Day weekend? This beautiful photo comes from Grand Teton National Park. Photo: K. Cieszkiewicz

Who has plans to visit America’s great outdoors this Labor Day weekend? This beautiful photo comes from Grand Teton National Park.

Photo: K. Cieszkiewicz

“These peaks have been called the ‘Cathedral Group,’ especially as viewed from the northeast… Cathedral-like indeed is this scene in late afternoon once the sun has retired behind the range… or when, a few hours later during the fleeting moments in which the sky and mountains are together transfigured, the natural hues of the summits change swiftly, marvelously, into delicate shades of rose and blue and lavender”

– Fritiof Fryxell, professor, mountaineer, explorer, and first Park Ranger Naturalist of Grand Teton National Park.Photo: K. Manley

“These peaks have been called the ‘Cathedral Group,’ especially as viewed from the northeast… Cathedral-like indeed is this scene in late afternoon once the sun has retired behind the range… or when, a few hours later during the fleeting moments in which the sky and mountains are together transfigured, the natural hues of the summits change swiftly, marvelously, into delicate shades of rose and blue and lavender”

– Fritiof Fryxell, professor, mountaineer, explorer, and first Park Ranger Naturalist of Grand Teton National Park.

Photo: K. Manley