Roam the Antelope Flats in search of bison and, well, antelope. Experience a bit of history at the Shane Cabins and see what early life in Jackson Hole might have been like. Stop for dinner on the deck with spectacular views of the Grand Teton Range at Signal Mountain Lodge. Following dinner, head back to Jackson along the wooded Moose-Wilson road, home to the North American Moose.
TOTAL TRIP TIME: 4 hours
DEPARTURE TIMES: Between 3:00pm and 5:00pm (departure time changes due to sunset time)
TRIP IDEAL FOR: Romantics, landscape photographers and foodies alike.
PRICING: $165 adult / $130 child (Guide gratuity & Park Entrance Fee is NOT included)
DINNER IS INCLUDED AT THE TRAPPER GRILL, guests get to order off the menu.
If you would like to eat at The Peak's Restaurant instead, it is an extra $25 per person.
Alcohol is not included.
This trip is enjoyed in our "Bigfoot", the comfortable luxury van with large wheels can accommodate groups of up to 12 people. The large tires along with elongated windows allow for superior wildlife and mountain viewing!
Hotel pick-up is included.
Travel through the National Elk Refuge as you head North into Grand Teton National Park. Here, sightings of bison and antelope along the flats offer photographic opportunities. You may spot an American Bald Eagle here, perched on a tree branch. Stops at Mormon Row and the Shane Cabins offer a glimpse of early settler life here in Jackson Hole. Dinner is served at Signal Mountain Lodge, with spectacular views of the Grand Teton Range. The Moose-Wilson road heading back to Jackson is prime moose habitat.
Each tour will vary slightly according to group interest and wildlife migration routes.
Binoculars and spotting scopes for guest use are provided. Don't forget your camera. You should also bring sunglasses, comfortable shoes, sunscreen, and an extra layer or jacket.
All tours subject to change due to weather and conditions or insufficient number of people.
***Please note that the Wyoming car seat laws state that kids under 9 years old must ride in a federally approved child safety seat in the back seat. If you have children that are 9 or younger you are responsible for making sure your child has the proper stafety seat for the tour.