The Loon travels west to the Grand Tetons, Wyoming.
Video by: Bennet Witta of WC Studio | Blog Adventure by: Ben & Mandy @FernTheBus
Jenny Lake is part of Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. The lake was formed about 12,000 years ago by glaciers. It’s estimated to be about 423 feet deep and encompasses 1,191 acres. It has hiking trails going all the way around, boat tours, and quick access to major climbing routes onto the tallest peaks of the Teton Range.
Paddle North brand Ambassadors Ben & Mandy (@FernTheBus) went on a paddle expedition in their renovated school bus Fern.
They found some amazing places to paddle.
And places to relax.
The Grand Tetons should be on every paddler's bucket list of places to explore.
Have you been here?