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Just off Hwy 191 a few miles north of Jackson. There are 2 barns that have a great old ‘look’. The best advice is to drive past the parking area and use your telephoto lens to zoom in, compressing the background will make the Tetons...More
Grant Teton Mountains are spectacular by themselves but sometimes you want other photographic compostions where you can get more perspective views. Therefore, we drove over to Mormon Row (an actual road named Mormon Row with homesteads) off of Antlers Flat Road. Past professionally taken photos...More
These historic buildings stand out from the surrounding plains with the fantastastic backdrop of the Teton Mountains. They form an important part in the history of the area and the views are in all the history textbooks relating to the opening up of "The American...More
We stopped here while visiting the Tetons. The stop was recommended from a driving app we used “Gypsy Guide” (which I highly recommend). The houses provide a unique focal point to take a photo in front of the mountains. There is an outhouse too. Something...More
A quick stop in your tour of Grand Teton NP. Small parking lot but then you can walk down a flat path to see the various structures. You can not enter any of them. A few photos and you are are done. Shows you the...More
Easy to get, no hiking involved, but this can cause it to get very busy at peak times of the day ... the "barn" is the most famous picture , but with a little effort , the other buildings offer great and less "seen" pictures...More
You are correct on the unpaved roads and no cars...fortunately, the drivable roads come close enough and have a parking area which is a short (maybe a 100 feet) from good viewing angles. A walkable road continues past the... More
You are correct on the unpaved roads and no cars...fortunately, the drivable roads come close enough and have a parking area which is a short (maybe a 100 feet) from good viewing angles. A walkable road continues past the buildings, it's not real long and is flat, so no access problems.
We actually went there on a jeep safari tour, but went back in our rental. Have a good visit.
Oh geeze, I just saw your question was 2 months old. Sorry I didn't see earlier.