What a glorious first day of summer in Jackson Hole! The day is sunny and seventy degrees. The yellow blossoms of Arrowleaf Balsamroot dot the hillsides and young animals can be found throughout the valley. Brids are abundant and nature’s beauty thrives. Trails are mostly accessible below 7500 feet and hiking options abound. Within the Bridger-Teton National Forest, you might want to explore Shadow Mountain, Munger Mountain or Grizzly Lake. Within Grand Teton Park, we recommend Phelps Lake and the LSR preserve, Taggert Lake or the boat ride across Jenny Lake to hike to Hidden Falls. Stop by the visitor centers for current conditions and other trail options. Weather updates can be found at Mountain Weather.
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