$2900 from Jackson, WY (includes lodging)
Prices are per person double occupancy. If a single room is preferred or a suitable roommate is not available a single supplement fee of $300 will be charged.
Included in the Tour Cost
All ground transportation, including transfers from arrival airport. All accommodations. All entrance fees.
Not Included in the Tour Cost
Air travel, passport fees, luggage fees, meals, trip insurance, alcoholic beverages, bottled beverages, departure taxes, phone calls, laundry, or other items of a personal nature.
- Accommodations and local transportation during workshop included. Transportation to/from workshop is not included.
- MEALS: Although we will eat as a group, meal costs are not included.
Day 1 – Arrive in Jackson Hole and check into hotel.
We will meet this evening for dinner and a meet and greet. Here we will also discuss the coming week, photography strategies, logistics, and expectations.
Day 2 through 6 - Each day will offer great photographic opportunities. What we do will be based upon weather and wildlife activity
We will spend time in the south eastern section of Jackson Hole which will include the National Elk Refuge, Grand Teton National Park, and Bridger-Teton National Forest. Key areas will include Mormon Row, Antelope Flats, the Gros Ventre River and Mountains, and Shadow Mountain. This first day will provide us with a classic Jackson Hole and Grand Teton experience. Stunning landscapes with sweeping vistas of the Tetons, classic images of the old Mormon barns and cabins with the Tetons in the background. We will also seek bison, pronghorn, moose, big horn sheep, wildflowers galore, and several lesser known areas of the valley that are a treasure trove of images waiting to be created.
Breathe taking sunrises with reflections of the Tetons...a landscape photographer's dream! We will have several locations during the week to enjoy these beautiful locations.
We will then venture off into some lesser traveled areas in search of bears, wolves, elk, and scenics.
Moose Wilson and the steps of the Tetons
This wildlife hotspot provides us with some of our best opportunities for black bears and classic images of moose wading out in the water to feed, as well as elk in aspen groves.
Day 7 – Return Home
Depending upon people’s flights, we may choose to spend the morning photographing the sunrise at a new location previously unseen on this trip. From here, we will say our farewells and depart our separate ways!
Flatt Creek Inn OR Teton Village
Each location offers comfortable amenities and easy access to our photo locations. There is no restaurant at the inn, so dinners will be in town. Other meals will be purchased in local shops and mostly eaten in the field.