Grand Tetons

{The Teton Range is the focus of the park, and home to massive mountains, pristine lakes with abundant wildlife}

Ten miles south of Yellowstone is Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. Our researchers did a bit of mountaineering, hiking and fishing while collecting information on the migration habits of bison. Their  photographs are absolutely breathtaking, and at this time of year the heat with humidity of the east coast leaves one exasperated.

When examining these photographs dream of hiking scenic trails, all while breathing in the freshest of mountain air or standing on the perfect ledge to be used as a vantage point for viewing the lay of the land. This gorgeous park is 45 miles long and spreads across 309,944 acres. It is named for the tallest mountain in the range after 19th century French trappers named the hills…..les trois Teton {the three teats}, which was later shortened to Tetons…..such a fun fact!

Hike stylishly,
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7 thoughts on “Grand Tetons

  1. You are absolutely correct when using the term “breathtaking” when describing this wonder of nature. I want to see this someday with my walking shoes. Really like this post. Nice job!!!!!

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    1. I too am a nature girl at heart…. and must be outdoors on a regular basis!!!! And, what better way than to hike the Grand Tetons!

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  2. Fantastic writing pal 🙂 love it! I too have Just trekked up in the Tetons and am just in the throws of putting together my blog! Would love if you would read it when it comes out! I have a bunch of trail tales be sure to check them out! But i just cant get over how good yours are!!! Haha any tips? Oh yeah and be sure to help a fellow out with a follow if you enjoyed any readings 😛

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