There may be no experience I enjoy more than winter in Grand Teton National Park. The Park is buried in deep snow. When the weather cooperates there can be stunning sunrises. There is also abundant wildlife that literally must fight for survival every day as snows become several feet deep and temperatures plunge to 20 or more below. In addition to the usual moose, bison and elk, this year I saw a surprising number of foxes, wolves and coyotes. Here are a few images of this winter in Grand Teton National Park.