We have seen the elk and bison in the winter when they are down in the valley for the winter. There are a thousand or more elk and a small herd of bison. For a fee there are horse pulled sleds/wagons that venture into the...More
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About National Elk Refuge
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This is an excellent place where elk roam, and where they created a place for them to grow and reproduce when they were waning in numbers.
Magnificent opportunity to go out close and see those incredible animals. We spent time at the visitor center learning the history and the mission. Very thankful for the conservation initiative. Very enjoyable time.
While on a tour we stopped at the Natl Elk Refuge and learned that the elk head to this area for the winter. Summers are spent higher up the mountains meadows. But come spring time...wish we could see it! Lookup info regarding the "elkfest". Boy...More
Great view of the Tetons but not much to see in the summer months as the Elk are up in the high country. It is a relaxing drive and would like to go back in the fall or spring to see more wildlife. You do...More
No animals around this time. But like to ride the road and see the views from the Miller house and the other ranch homes on the drive. Great view of Tetons and the Sleeping Indian.