Planning on getting engaged? What better time to do it than on your trip to Grand Teton National Park. There are thousands of epic photo worthy spots to propose. I’ll save you some time in searching for the best ones. Heres my list of Beautiful locations in Grand Teton For your Proposal.
A classic in the Tetons.
“Schwabacher’s Landing is a spot on the Snake River, almost exactly east of Grand Teton, where the terrain flattens out and allows easy access to the river. There is a dirt road coming off the main highway and down to various trailheads.
This is a launch site on the River for anglers and river rafters and is one of America’s most spectacular viewpoints.” One of the most easily accessible (in the summer time) Beautiful locations in Grand Teton For your Proposal.
Sting lake is the perfect little hike/ picnic area for you to have a great “date” and sneak in a proposal while your’e at it.
“String Lake is a shallow lake and is a popular area for picnics and swimming. Bring your own boat and paddle around String Lake before portaging up to Leigh Lake. No roads go to Leigh Lake and it is only accessible by foot or boat. String and Leigh Lakes offers access to multiple trails. Stroll along the shore of either lake for an easy to moderate hike, or head into Paintbrush Canyon for a strenuous hike. Drive the Teton Park Road and turn at the North Jenny Lake Junction to access String and Leigh Lakes. Parking is limited.”
“Jenny Lake is one of the most visited areas in Grand Teton National Park. Tucked away at the base of the Teton Range, the lake is a centerpiece of the park. From the east shore, visitors have views of Teewinot Mountain, Mount St. John, and into Cascade Canyon. From the west shore, visitors can look back across the lake towards the valley of Jackson Hole.” Easy access and you can make a day of it. You could give your partner a romantic ride across the lake on the fairy. Get to the other side, boom propose.
The Iconic barn. Take a little stroll through the interesting historic buildings and capture a shot in front of the John Moulton barn. “How to get there: Drive north from Jackson on highway 191 past Moose Junction and turn right onto Antelope Flats Road. Follow the road about 1 ½ miles until you see a north-south running dirt road marked by a distinctive pink stucco house on the left with a small dirt parking area. A trail brochure and interpretive sign can be found at the parking lot.”
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