TECHNOLOGY & GRAND TETON
ENABLING NEW WAYS TO EXPERIENCE GRAND TETON
Two of our most innovative projects—an educational website and an interactive mobile app—successfully couple nature and technology.
These tools make it possible to visit Grand Teton from near or far and ensure national parks like Grand Teton remain relevant and interesting to younger generations.
DISCOVER GRAND TETON
Whether you’re planning a trip to Grand Teton National Park or have recently visited, Discover Grand Teton is a great way to explore the park virtually.
Take a drive along the scenic Teton Park Road with TravelStorysGPS to learn more about the history, geology, wildlife, and activities in Grand Teton National Park.
Much of Grand Teton National Park’s landscape is made up of an extremely porous, dry soil that was deposited here thousands of years ago by receding glaciers.
Permanently protecting the 640-acre Antelope Flats parcel was a tremendous achievement that required collaboration and support from many individuals, organizations, and agencies.
At our celebration in August 2017, Wyoming Governor Matt Mead, Former Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell, and Grand Teton National Park Foundation President Leslie Mattson shared their stories, reflections, and thanks to the people that made the preservation of this critical habitat possible.