Off season travel—the period from early fall to early summer—is the time when you can discover the "great outdoors" is really a land for all seasons.
Whether viewed during the summer or the off season travel period, the Grand Tetons are an inspiring sight.
PHOTO: TED SWEETEN
In the high mountains of Wyoming, even in June, one is never quite free from the threat of sudden snow. Three inches fell near this picturesque cabin on June 18, 1980.
Mt. Moran standing majestically amidst a blazing inferno of colors.
Even when no tourists are around to enjoy the marvelous show, the Firehole River continues its turbulent journey in Yellowstone National Park.
Mountain shadows from the majestic Tetons are caught in a layer of crimson clouds. Aside from those of us who saw the sun few people have ever had the fortune to witness such a spectacular natural scene.
The Lower Falls plummet into a deep gorge that's known as the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone.
Minerva Terrace, at Mammoth Hot Springs, puts on her beautiful winter face.