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Grand Teton National Park

Located in northwestern Wyoming, Grand Teton National Park is known for the stunning Teton mountain range, which includes the nearly 14,000-foot Grand Teton. The park offers opportunities for mountaineering, hiking, and wildlife viewing, with animals such as elk, moose, and grizzly bears commonly spotted.

Top Feature: Jenny Lake for its stunning mountain views and opportunities for boating and hiking

Fun Fact

Grand Teton National Park is named after the Teton Range, which rises abruptly from the Jackson Hole valley floor, creating one of the most dramatic mountain vistas in the United States.

  1. Visitors should be prepared for the park's high elevation, which can affect altitude-sensitive individuals, and sudden changes in weather, especially in the mountains.

  2. Wildlife, like bears and moose, are common; maintain a safe distance.

  3. Many trailheads require an early start due to limited parking.

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