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February 17, 2006
From journal Three Days in Grand Teton
August 11, 2002
You will twist and turn for 5 miles as you climb to the top of Signal Mountain for a breathtaking and panoramic view of The Tetons (all 40 miles), Jackson Lake and the valley of Jackson Hole. It is a sight you won't soon forget. The hillsides were covered with masses of yellow wildflowers and arrowleaf balsam root when we were there in early June. The winter snow glistened brilliantly on the pinnacles of the Tetons in the sunlight underneath a blue sky filled with big, white, billowy clouds. Jackson Lake was spectacular as it glistened and danced in its light green color against the granite colored mountains. Wildlife (we counted 24 pronghorn antelope) could be seen through binoculars in the valley around the small lakes. What an awesome and unforgettable view!!
From journal Wyoming's Majestic Grand Tetons