|Grand Teton Virtual Tour on CDROM
Explore Remote Areas of the Park
the Grand Teton Like Never Before!
Tour includes 88 interactive 360 degree panoramic views including the sagebrush flats, alpine heights, winter season, lakes, river, streams, and forests of Grand Teton National Park! Includes 3D trail maps, interpretive text, zoom links, glossary items, and bonus features!
Explore disparate locations and hard-to-reach vistas
Pan and zoom to explore each panorama! Travel through the parks using the interactive maps and images on this Virtual Tour! Plays on your computer. Mac and PC compatible.
360 Degrees of Grand Teton National Park makes these distant or
difficult-to-access locations accessible to teachers, students,
and park service personnel. The interpretive program makes
it possible to explore and learn about sites that people want
to visit but cannot, either due to distance, weather, lack
of accessibility, or simply because some sites are always
closed to the public. However, if you have had the pleasure
of visiting the National Park in person, the 360-degree
Virtual Tour is a terrific way to share your experience
with friends and family. We help you take nature home!
About Grand Teton National Park:
Located in northwestern Wyoming, Grand Teton National Park preserves a spectacular landscape rich with majestic mountains, pristine lakes and extraordinary wildlife. The abrupt vertical rise of the jagged Teton Range contrasts with the horizontal sage-covered valley and glacial lakes at their base, creating world-renowned scenery that attracts nearly four million visitors per year. For directions, maps and other information visit the website
About Grand Teton Association:
Grand Teton Association (GTA) was founded in 1937 as a Cooperating Association to provide informational materials to be sold to park visitors. All sales items are approved by the Park Service and must serve educational and interpretive functions. Under this continued authority, space is provided in National Park Service buildings.To learn more, visit the website at:
NPS Staff Photographers:
Thanks to Carolyn Richard, Mike Niclas, Kimberly Finch.
This project would not have been possible without
the assistance of National Park Service staff members.
Thanks also to Jan Lynch at the Grand Teton Association for her help and support. Finally, a very big thanks
to Naomi Cooper, Shannon Smith, and Russ Overbeck.
"As a computer specialist for Mesa Verde National Park, I was
surprised the park did not have more hands-on or interactive programs
for visitors when I joined the park in 2001. Most of the exhibits
contain historical artifacts behind glass, which is great for displaying
items to our visitors. The technology era we now live in supports
so much more for people to see and do when they vacation. The 360
degree exhibit Four Chambers installed at the Far View Visitor Center
assists Mesa Verde National Park to provide an interactive medium
for presenting important cultural resources of the park to our visitors.
Especially to people who may not be able to attend live tours in
the cliff dwellings. The 360 degree virtual tour application can
take them there and provide essential interpretive information about
cultural resources of the park. In my opinion, the virtual tours
are a great way to expand our visitation to Mesa Verde."
Mesa Verde National Park