Watch a Breathtaking Time-Lapse of Grand Teton National Park

Wyoming's Grand Teton National Park is 309,994 acres of wilderness, lakes, rivers, wildlife, and mountains. The landscape has inspired authors, poets, and even Congress. More Than Just Parks produced this stunning time-lapse of the imposing peaks and the valleys that surround them, showing why the Teton Range is a standout in the Rockies.

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+1 1. sux2bu commented 4 years ago

The ginger-colored black bear that was seen a couple of times was beautiful .
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+4 2. cameramaster commented 4 years ago

#1. I could be mistaken ( I don't know that many bears you understand ),'s just possible that's a brown bear !


Published on Jul 15, 2016
GRAND TETON 8K is the culmination of nearly a month spent filming in the spectacular Jackson Hole Valley and the foothills of the Teton Mountain Range. Encompassing nearly 500 square miles, Grand Teton National Park boasts an awe-inspiring array of pristine wilderness, glacial lakes, winding rivers, diverse wildlife, and the magnificent Teton Range. Journey with More Than Just Parks as we explore a land dominated by towering peaks, apex predators, and majestic beauty. This is Grand Teton. Filmed primarily in 8K.

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+3 3. sux2bu commented 4 years ago

#2 Definitely a black bear, and the color on that one is sometimes called cinnamon .
Big difference is the shape of the head and shoulder hump (or lack thereof).
The side-view @ 1:30 shows it perfectly.
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+3 4. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

Stunning and beautiful scenery..:O
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+2 5. Jabafara commented 4 years ago

I like this! :*