Northern GTNP { 191 images } Created 29 Jul 2022

The northern areas of Grand Teton National Park don't typically attract much attention on their own, unless of course there are famous grizzly bears wandering around. Though the corridor is mostly a direct route to Yellowstone National Park, many will scour the landscapes for bears coming out of hibernation, such as the world famous, Grizzly #399, as well as her daughter #610. Even more unrelated bears, such as, Blondie, have attracted their share of attention through the years as well, creating one of the richest environments to encounter wild grizzly bears in their natural habitat. Though it's not the locations that most seek out, the northern part of the park also offers stunning fall colors and countless other wildlife opportunities for those that are willing to look for them.
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