Imaging in 2020
The conference schedule includes free time in the afternoons to allow participants to experience and enjoy the natural beauty of the Grand Tetons. Three activities are included in the registration. We will confirm participation on-site at the registration desk on Sunday September 18th or Monday September 19th.
Yellowstone National Park
Two vintage buses take guests on a tour of Yellowstone including stops at Old Faithful and a walking tour of the Fountain Paint Pot.
No equestrian experience is necessary to participate in the 1-hour guided ride on the trails surrounding Jackson Lake Lodge. Scenery includes Christian Pond, a trumpeter swan nesting ground, and Oxbow Bend of the Snake River, as well as fabulous views of the mountains.
A scenic 3-hour rafting float trip on the peaceful water of the Snake River offers a unique view of the area and provides a great opportunity for wildlife watching!
Participants may choose to hike the scenic trail along Jenny Lake to Hidden Falls. The hike is beginner/intermediate level and should take no more than 3 hours.
A number of self-guided trails around Jackson Lake Lodge are also available for those who might prefer to stay closer to “home.”
For attendees who wish to extend their visit past the conference, other activities, including boating, fishing, and golfing, are available through the Lodge. Check at the Activities Desk in the main lobby.