Bison graze in front of Mt. Moran in Grand Teton National Park // (c) National Park Service
Bison graze in front of Mt. Moran in Grand Teton National Park // (c) National Park Service

Nature lovers can enjoy an off-road experience tracking bear, moose and bald eagles through the alpine terrain of Grand Teton National Park, thanks to the new Fall Wildlife lodging package offered by the Wyoming Inn, in partnership with local sustainable tour company Eco-Tour Adventures.

Bison graze in front of Mt. Moran in Grand Teton National Park // (c) National Park Service
Bison graze in front of Mt. Moran in Grand Teton National Park // (c) National Park Service

Guests will enjoy a personal look at Grand Teton National Park, visiting off-the-beaten-path wildlife hotspots and following unmarked dirt roads in comfortable four-wheel drive vehicles. Experienced guides will lead guests to the best sites to view area wildlife, including moose, elk, bison, pronghorn antelope, mule deer, wolves, black bear, grizzly bear, bald eagles, and trumpeter swans.

Between wildlife sightings, the tour will stop for lunch at one of the park’s venerable lodges – either overlooking Jackson Lake at the Signal Mountain Lodge or at Dornan’s overlooking the Snake River with the magnificent Teton Mountain Range in the background.

The Fall Wildlife package, available October 10 to November 30, 2013, includes how to get ventolin online three nights lodging at the Wyoming Inn, which recently completed a major four-year renovation of its 68 guest rooms. The all-new guest rooms and baths offer a sophisticated version of the hotel’s trademark Western style, with plenty of new “connected traveler” tech upgrades. Located on Jackson Hotel’s free shuttle line, guests can enjoy the inn’s scenic landscape, while enjoying easy access to the town’s retail and culinary offerings.

Wyoming Inn // (c) 2013 Wyoming InnJackson-based Eco-Tour Adventures was created to help people connect with the natural world. The company’s professional guides share a passion for wildlife and hold related degrees ranging from wildlife biology to environmental sciences. A sustainable tour company, Eco-Tour Adventures fuels its jeeps with biodiesel, maintains a carbon neutral status via Carbonfund.org, and donates a percentage of every tour’s dollars to local nonprofits through its Dollars for Conservation program.

The Fall Wildife pacakge, including three nights accommodation and a full-day ecotour for two starts at $389.99 per person (double occupancy).

Wyoming Inn
www.wyominginn.com

Eco-Tour Adventures
www.jacksonholewildlifetours.com