Ryan Jordan

Posts Tagged ‘tetons’

Teton Crest Revisited

I’ve been on the Teton Crest dozens of times. I’ve trekked along, and astride it, on several backpacking expeditions. And I still experienced a bunch of firsts on this last traverse, in September/October of 2010. Here are my most memorable: There wasn’t a cloud in the sky the entire time, except the little one you […]

Handrailing Along the Teton Crest

Handrails are substantial geographic features that can be used for navigation. You might follow a stream, or a fence line, or a ridge. These are all types of handrails. My two favorite wilderness handrails are both about “a 5 days’ walk” in length: The Wulik River in the Alaskan Arctic, and the Teton Crest in […]

Hallowed Aspen

Sigma DP2, f/8 1/40 sec. With Halloween coming up, I thought it might be neat to share this possessed aspen tree. It stands sentinel on the east slope of the Tetons at the shore of Jackson Lake. With so many photographers in the Tetons, and so many postcards, I’ve been trying to find more unique […]