23823
Wyoming

Hike, Canoe & Campfire: Teton Adventures With Your Family

Explore a glacial lake by canoe, float down Snake River, experience the night sky and hike the base of the Tetons with your family on this epic National Park adventure!
Program No. 23823RJ
Length
6 days
Starts at
1,249

At a Glance

Calling all explorers! Bring your family to Jackson Hole for a week of science adventures as you investigate the shimmering lakes and streams of Grand Teton National Park. Learn how to paddle a canoe, and float down the slithering Snake River. Zoom up to the top of a mountain peak on an aerial tram to find out about the alpine ecosystem. Hike to one of the gorgeous piedmont lakes at the base of the Tetons, see birds of prey up close and gaze at the night sky in a planetarium.
Family Programs
Family Programs
Share your love of learning with your family. These programs are designed for any combination of generations: grandparents, aunts, uncles, parents and children.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Journey by canoe on a pristine glacial lake in Grand Teton National Park in front of the majestic Teton Mountains.
  • Enjoy a scenic float trip down the infamous Snake River where you will witness amazing scenery and scout for wildlife, such as bald eagles and moose.
  • Search for wildlife and their tracks as you hike in Grand Teton National Park.

General Notes

Group may be divided into smaller groups by age for activities. In keeping with the school's communal nature, participants perform light chores during their stay. This is a Family program for participants, their adult children and grandchildren ages 9 and up. We can accommodate up to 5 family members in one room. Call for enrollment configuration options. For a comparable intergenerational adventure for just grandparents and grandchildren, check out "Hike, Canoe & Campfire: Teton Adventures With Your Grandchild" (#17688).
Visit the Road Scholar Bookshop
You can find many of the books we recommend at the Road Scholar store on bookshop.org, a website that supports local bookstores.
Wapiti Wilderness
by Olaus and Margaret Murie
Margaret and Olaus Murie made their home in the Tetons for over thirty-seven years. During this time, Olaus Murie conducted studies of the American elk, the wapiti, and both he and Mardy worked tirelessly for conservation efforts and the preservation of wilderness. Wapiti Wilderness tells the story of their adventurous life raising children while conducting research in the Tetons. This book is available at the Teton Science Schools gift shop.
Scats and Tracks of the Rocky Mountains
by James Halfpenny
Wonder no more about those tracks in the mud or that poop on the path. With this packable guide, identification in the field is easy. Featured are the tracks, scats, and signs of 70 different species including wolf, ferret, grizzly bear, as well as birds, frogs and salamanders. Scales for scat diameter and footprint size are included along the edge of each descriptive page. Plus, for accurate measurements, there's a ruler on the back cover.
The Creation of the Teton Landscape: The Geologic Story of Grand Teton National Park
by Love, Reed and Pierce
This book outlines the earliest history of the area and delves deep into the extensive geology of the region. *Available for purchase on Amazon.com, USED COPIES ONLY*
Along the Ramparts of the Tetons: The Saga of Jackson Hole, Wyoming
by Robert E. Betts
The magnificent valley of Jackson Hole at the base of the soaring Teton Range has long been a stage on which a remarkable series of events has been acted out by an equally remarkable cast of characters. This is that story, told with a verve and excitement which brings the past alive.





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