Snake River Overlook
Snake River Overlook is a very popular destination within the Grand Teton National Park. It offers visitors a breathtaking view of the Snake River winding through the valley with the majestic Teton Range in the background. This location became particularly famous after it was featured in the iconic landscape photograph taken by Ansel Adams in 1942, titled "The Tetons and the Snake River." The photograph captures the serene beauty of the place and has since become one of the most recognizable and beloved images of the American West.