Aerial Flight over Jackson Hole

Jackson Hole Traveler Blogger Latham Jenkins, take an early morning flight over Jackson Hole and Grand Teton National Park with local flight instructor and aviator, Mike Collins in his Cessna. Fly north out of the Jackson Hole airport and paralleling the Teton Range to get up close views of the most prominent peaks in the range.
You can see most of the glacial lakes at the base of the Teton Range like Jenny, Leigh and Jackson Lakes. Taking a turn over Jackson Lake to take bird’s eye view of the majority of the Grand Tetons’ and then heading south to Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Continuing on south to the Fall Creek area and the more southwest corner of the valley and then heading back over Highway 22 and to the town of Jackson, Wyoming. Swooping back to the airport via East Gros Ventre butte and Amangani and Spring Creek resorts.
It is a great overview of the valley we love and the place known as Jackson’s Hole.
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Latham Jenkins

Blogger, Photographer and Publisher of Jackson Hole Traveler. A 20+ year resident of Jackson Hole who spent his summers in college guiding scenic raft trips in Grand Teton National Park and just never left!

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