Have you ever felt like going for a bicycle ride on a paved mountain path? I know just how you feel.
There is a delightful multi–use pathway in Grand Teton National Park that follows alongside the park road through Jackson Hole, from South Jenny Lake to the Moose visitor center, several small shops, and a restaurant.
|Yellow arrow leaf balsamroot frames the peaks of Grand Teton National Park|
The view of these jagged peaks is nothing less than spectacular, especially from the seat of a bicycle.
After eight miles of pedaling against a brisk crosswind, I decide I am thirsty and stop off for a cool beverage.
|Those beer taps have a perfect view!|
Refreshed, I hop on the trail once again and head back to South Jenny Lake.
The miles roll by.
This service road looks like a nice place to stop for a spell. No worry, no hurry.
This is a beautiful ride in a spectacular Park!
I’ll be back!