Ok...this is one of the most photographed places in the Tetons. We shared the shots with several photography classes. Worth the Drive? Yes. It's also called Mormon Roe.
Only 1 mile off the Hwy, very interesting spot, and you have a chance at seeing Buffalo and pronghorn. While we were out in the area, a herd of about 300 Buffalo calmly walked by--right by us (closest within 30 yds). Go see it!
We have driven this way before but this year a large herd of bison crossed in front of us. It was a pleasant drive and we saw Pronghorn too.
Beautiful area as always . We usually see bison here but didn't this time . However we did see 4 large bull moose just hanging out not far off the road . There are couple of cows not far away . We have only been here barely 24 hours and have seen more moose than we ever do in fall.... 更多
Well worth a visit to Molten Barn for great photographs.The free range bison also roamed nearby and added an up close and personal view of the wildlife.
When you see pictures of this part of the world Antelope flats is always included. Worth the drive to say you have been there.
If you are a photographer then this spot is on your list of places to check out. I was in a photography workshop and this was one of our 4:30 am spots to set up and wait for the sunrise on the mountains. It is simply breath-taking.
This is a very attractive and rustic place to visit on your way to Teton or Yellowstone National parks. It is a deserted homestead with a house and barn. It is a great place for pictures with the Teton mountains in the background. Sometimes there are bison on the property.
Certainly picturesque but you really need a sunny day to capture a good photo. You also need to get there early, ahead of the many others/bus loads of visitors who make it difficult to photograph. Not a good road, lots of pot holes.