By Anne Harnagel
10:45 AM EDT, September 16, 2013
Grand Teton National Park is glorious in the fall, so what better way to appreciate it than with a new lodging-and-tour package that will take visitors to the park's back country in search of wildlife.
The Wyoming Inn, near Jackson Hole's town square, and Eco-Tour Adventures have teamed up for this package that includes three nights' lodging and a full-day eco-tour for two, for $389.99 per person, double occupancy.
Using four-wheel-drive vehicles, Eco-Tour guides will take guests through Grand Teton National Park to remote back-country habitats to search for moose, elk, black bears, bald eagles and other wildlife.
Besides wildlife sightings, the tour will stop for lunch at either the park's Signal Mountain Lodge, overlooking Jackson Lake, or Dornan's, overlooking the Snake River.
The Wyoming Inn recently completed a four-year, multi-million-dollar renovation of its 68 guestrooms and baths. Amenities include an on-site fitness center and a freshly remodeled breakfast restaurant.
Info and reservations: Wyoming Inn, (800) 844-0035. The fall wildlife package is available Oct. 10-Nov. 30.
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