Chapel of the Transfiguration, Grand Teton National Park

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#6 of 40 in Historic Sites in Wyoming
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
The Chapel of the Transfiguration is a small log chapel in Grand Teton National Park, in the community of Moose. The chapel was sited and built to frame a view of the Cathedral Group of peaks in a large window behind the altar. The chapel, which was built in 1925, is owned and operated by St. John's Episcopal Church in Jackson.
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  • A totally peaceful and serene stop. The back window of this small log chapel is totally open. All you see is a single cross with the Tetons in the background. Who needs stain-glass windows with...  more »
  • We stopped here while in Grand Teton National Park. Behind the chapel are the Teton mountains which makes for a gorgeous view. At the front of the chapel is a window with a view the Teton mountains...  more »
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  • So quiet and serene, a worthy stop to appreciate how life was like a hundred years ago...how people gathered in this quaint Chapel to pray and meet with distant neighbors. Lots of interpretive signs to appreciate the history of the place. Enjoy!
  • ❤❤❤ Grand Tetons/Yellowstone. Absolutely a must see! The variety of wild animals not in cages, the whole park left me speechless and a new look at life.
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