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jbell1981

Grand Tetons

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July 2016

 

The low cloud cover made the peaks almost impossible to see but it was great sight nonetheless. 

 

 

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Bummer about the cloudcover, those are some of the most amazing peaks in all of America.

I'm taking the family out for 10 days at the end of June, 4th time for the wife and I and 2nd time for our son.  The last time he was able to hike all the way up cascade and paintbrush canyons. But for both the trip up to Amphitheater lake, and when we took the aerial tram to the top at Teton Village (10,450' elevation) and hiked the back trail off the mountain and then down Granite canyon, he was mostly on my back in his Kelty carrier.

 

We're renting a VRBO off the Moose-Wilson road so will be close to all the trails. Love that area!!!!!! 

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