understanding the tetons
in a whole new way
a free smartphone app for grand teton national park
shares vivid and engaging stories about the history, geology, animals, and activities in Grand Teton National Park. Take a drive along Teton Park Road between Moose and Jackson Lake Lodge to learn about this magnificent park.
Iconic landmarks activate recorded audio stories, allowing you to listen, while seeing the scenic spots that inspired conservationists. It’s like having your own personal tour guide!
Four channels transform your trip into a multidimensional, entertaining, and enjoyable experience, guaranteed to leave you with memories that last a lifetime.
- Geography & Landscape – Learn about wildlife, geology, and other natural features
- History & Community – Meet the people who lived and traveled through this land decades and even centuries ago
- Fun for Kids – Entertain the younger crowd with stories and games about the park’s wildlife, history, and geography
- Public Access – Hear personal stories from experts, locals, and TravelStorysGPS users like yourself, and if you feel inspired, share one of your own stories to be featured on this channel
Created in partnership with Grand Teton National Park Foundation, Grand Teton National Park, and one of the country’s leading conservationists, this innovative app is introducing, or reintroducing, travelers to the land they love and connecting them to the organizations that work to protect it.
The launch of TravelsStorysGPS is being celebrated with a promotional offer of an "App for an App" - a free appetizer with the purchase of a meal at participating restaurants. At the north end of the route, in Moran, Jackson Lake Lodge’s Mural Room restaurant defines Rocky Mountain cuisine, with panoramic views of the Teton Range. South of the route in Jackson, Café Genevieve offers home-cooked classics in an historic log-cabin setting. Download the app and mention it to your server!
TravelStorysGPS is available for free download from iTunes. Stories and "App for an App" discount are also available for Wyoming’s Highway 22 from the Idaho state border to Jackson, Wyoming, and will be developed for scenic drives across the United States.