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Think about a region so awe-inspiring that after having seen it in 1871, the members of the Hayden Expedition sat around a campfire near the Madison River and conceived of an entity both audacious and visionary: a "National Park." — C.J. Box, novelist, Wyoming

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Continental Divide Snowmobile Trail

Green River Lakes / CDST Snowmobile Trail from Upper Green Trailhead in Cora, Wyoming

Photo © Dave Bell

 The Continental Divide Snowmobile Trail is an unique and extensive trail system provides more than hundreds of scenic trails through the Bridger Teton National Forest. Because of the high location on the Continental Divide, sometimes more than 13,000 feet, snow depths range from 5-10 feet. The Continental Divide trail is consistently rated in the top 5 best trails in 12 western states by Snowest Magazine readers with the highest marks being given to scenery. The Pinedale area...
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Photo © Courtesy Sharon Thomas

Artists In the Environment - Menor's Ferry, Grand Teton National Park

By Tammy Christel - Jackson Hole Art Blog
The Grand Teton Association’s “Artists in the Environment” series presents this summer’s final program artist, Sharon Thomas. Thomas will be on location Saturday, September 8, 2012, at Menor’s Ferry in Grand Teton National...
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Meeteetse Museum and Charles Belden Museum

Photo © Park County Travel Council

Meeteetse Museums

Meeteetse Museums is comprised of three museums: the Charles Belden Museum of Western Photography and the Meeteetse Museum located at 1947 State Street, and the Bank Museum located at 1033 Park Ave. They contain an extensive collection of artifacts from the Meeteetse area. Featured items include...
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