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Yellowstone NP and Bozeman area or Grand Teton and Yellowstone?

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Need advice for a Yellowstone trip in mid August.

We will be flying in and out of SLC with 2 children (4 and 8). We have 8 days. Originally we were planning to go from SLC to Grand Teton, spend 2 days there, drive to Yellowstone, spend 3 days there and a spend a day or so in Bozeman and drive back to SLC. I've been reading more about Bozeman and the surrounding areas. Now I'm wondering if it would be more fun for the kids if we skip Grand Teton and head straight to Yellowstone and split the whole trip between Yellowstone and the nearby towns. What's your opinion of Grand Teton? Will it be a shame to miss it? Thanks.

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