The summer of the National Park Service centennial will mark the third year of construction for Inspiring Journeys: A Campaign for Jenny Lake—our gift to Grand Teton National Park in celebration of this historic milestone. This summer it will be increasingly obvious that construction is underway at Jenny Lake.
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The National Park Service centennial year has just begun and what a year it is shaping up to be for the Jenny Lake area and the transformation that is underway. Read more to see before and after photos of the 2015 construction!
In our third edition, Jenny Lake Boatman Justin Eaton shares details about his connection to Grand Teton and years of adventuring in the park while working at Jenny Lake.
We are delighted to share our latest video with you that shows the challenging work and impressive progress that crews have accomplished this summer.
Inspiring Journeys is well underway. Here are some photos of the work that is happening right now!
Wyoming’s oldest Brewery, Snake River Brewing, is a Jackson favorite for both locals and visitors. We talked to owner Tom Staryk to gain some insight into the Brewery’s history and his passion for Grand Teton National Park.
Two recent donations of stone to Inspiring Journeys illustrate a unique way to support this public-private improvement project.
We are excited to announce that Grand Teton National Park Foundation is collaborating with local brewery, Snake River Brewing, to help raise money for the Foundation’s Inspiring Journeys: A Campaign for Jenny Lake.
This summer, Grand Teton trail crews accomplished major improvements on the trails around North Cascade Creek as part of a multi-year renewal project at Jenny Lake. Crews have now moved on to the popular access route known as the Horse Trail to begin restoration efforts there.
It’s been a busy summer for trail crews at Jenny Lake! We are delighted to share an update on the improvements being made to the trails near Hidden Falls and Inspiration Point as part of Inspiring Journeys: A Campaign for Jenny Lake.