Along this entrance road, you’ll find two fine waterfalls and views into Lewis River Canyon. Just east of West Thumb Junction is West Thumb Geyser Basin. Engineer Hiram Chittenden reported the South Entrance Road in 1900 as being in a wretched condition and a disgrace to the Government.â Improved very gradually, it was not heavily used until after the establishment of Grand Teton National Park. It’s now the second most popular entrance. It’s about 21 miles (35 km) from the South Entrance to West Thumb Junction and the Grand Loop Road.
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