Woodland–Boulder Ridge Loop Professional Review and Guide
"The Laurance S. Rockefeller Preserve, lying between the base of the Tetons and the Snake River, features a variety of natural habitats. The wildlife-rich area includes sagebrush meadows; fir, spruce, lodgepole pine, cottonwood and aspen forests; streamside riparian vegetation; glacial ridges; and wetlands that provide food and shelter for migrating birds.
The trails begin at the Rockefeller Preserve Center, an ecologically-friendly facility with exhibits about the geology, geography, and diverse plant and wildlife habitats. The exhibits include nature videos, huge landscape photography, and maps."