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Sunset Tour of Grand Teton National Park

Quick Details

Private Tour Vehicles can seat up to 8 people. Pricing is for 4 people, each additional is $165

Enjoy a Grand Teton Sunset

One of the best times to take photographs of the Teton Mountain Range is during the golden hour (30 minutes before and 30 minutes after sunset). Golden hour photography can result in almost magical photos. You can emphasize textures, long shadows, make things glow, and create fun silhouettes. It is also an excellent time to take wildlife pictures as they forage for an early evening snack. Let us chase the sunset together!


After we pick you up from your hotel, we will make a quick stop at our favorite deli to grab dinner and beverages before driving into the Park via the Moose Entrance.

Upon entry, we will make a couple of quick visits to String Lake and Jenny Lake to appreciate their serene beauty before taking a short scenic drive to the summit of Signal Mountain to check out the fantastic view of the Jackson Valley and Snake River below.

If time permits, we will visit the historic Signal Mountain and Jackson Lake Lodges and Coulter Bay Marina and Jackson Lake, named after David Edwards Jackson, one of the first known European Americans to spend a winter in the region during the early 1800s.

After leaving Jackson Lake, we will venture down several primitive roads searching for moose, grizzly and black bears, and sandhill cranes – from inside the vehicle or at a distance (a minimum of 100-yards), of course. As the sun begins to set, and before we start the return journey to Jackson, we will stop at Oxbow Bend, a slow-moving tributary of the Snake River, to take a few epic photos of Mt. Moran with her reflection in the slow-moving arm of the Snake River.

Our final stop will be at Mormon Row, a pastoral scene first settled by Mormon homesteaders in the late 1800s for its fertile soil, shelter from the winds, and close access to the Gros Ventre River. Here you will have the opportunity to take some breathtaking photos of the Tetons as the sunset sets to the west.

Additional Info

• Tour Length: 5-6 hours
• Start Time: 1:30 PM or 2:00 PM (Start times are adjusted seasonally based upon sunset)
• Price: $900 (for up to four (4) people). $165 for each additional person
• Add On Option: Scenic cruise of Jenny Lake in Grand Teton National Park (Available June 1 to early September)
• Size: Maximum of 8 people per vehicle. Call to discuss options for larger groups.

What’s Included

• Professional guide (standard 10%-15% guide gratuity is NOT included)
• Sunset tour of Grand Teton National Park
• PPE (Cloth face mask, hand sanitizer, water bottle, and sunscreen)
• Light snacks, water, and warm non-alcoholic beverages
• Use of spotting scopes and binoculars to see wildlife from a safe distance
• Transportation in a spacious Chevy Suburban or Ford Transit Van(cell and Wi-Fi service limited)


Optional guide gratuity (10-15% recommended)


It can be cool in the morning in Yellowstone, if not downright cold. Daytime temperatures can soar to a high of 80°F/30°C. Nights are usually crisp, and temperatures often drop below freezing at higher elevations. Thunderstorms are common in the afternoons. It can snow during any month of the year, so be prepared to dress in layers.

What to Bring

We encourage you to bring Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), personal snacks, a good sense of adventure and awe, a camera (with charger or extra batteries), sunglasses, sun hat, sunscreen, bathing suits, appropriate clothing (long pants, both short- and long-sleeved shirts, and a waterproof and windproof outer layer), binoculars, athletic walking shoes, any prescription medications, and a day pack with enough capacity to carry all the above. We also encourage our guests to bring reusable water bottles to help reduce our environmental impact in the Park.