Jackson, Wyoming is a heavenly playground for any outdoor enthusiast. Within spitting distance of Grand Teton National Park, five national forests, wilderness areas and the Snake River, it leaves locals and visitors many acres to explore. Jackson sits in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, one of the last and largest relatively intact ecosystems in the temperate zone on earth. The seasons are stunning, the mountains views breathtaking, and the wildlife unmatched. It leaves something to be celebrated that a land like this still exists.

1. Summer on String Lake

2. Elk grazing in Grand Teton National Park

3. Teton Village

4. Moose in Grand Teton National Park

5. Mountains looming over Teton Range

6. Wild bison

7. Back-country skiing, Teton Pass

8. John Moulton homestead

9. Sunset over The Grand Tetons

10. Fishing on Snake River

11. Grizzly bears, Teton County

12. Red Hills of Gros Ventre Wilderness

13. Evening paragliding

Lead image by Larry Johnson.

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