Grand Teton National Park Facts

Grand Teton is one of the most spectacular places in America.  

Located in Wyoming, the park is home to some of the country's tallest mountains and most majestic wildlife.


Located in Northwestern Wyoming, Grand Teton National Park offers stunning views of jagged mountains, lush forests, and crystal blue lakes.

Grand Tetons Resulted From a Seismic Event

The Grand Tetons were formed due to a seismic event known as the Teton Fault.  As result of Tectonic Activity land rose along the fault and was sculpted over time by erosion and glaciation.

Active Glaciers in Grand Tetons

You can see the Teton Glacier from the Teton Glacier turnout on the Teton Park Road. Falling Ice Glacier can be seen from the Mount Moran turnout and Skillet Glacier from the Colter Bay Area.

Ansel Adams Iconic Snake River Photograph

Ansel Adams photographed the iconic view of the Teton Range and Snake River from the area that's now called Snake River Overlook.

Grand Teton Wildlife

There are many species of wildlife and plant life that can be observed in Grand Teton National Park.  It is particularly known for its Moose, Bear, Elk and Bison populations. 

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