Grand Teton National Park, established in 1929, is located in the Northwest corner of Wyoming, USA. It includes the jagged peaks of the Teton Mountian Range rising above the Snake River and the Jackson Hole Valley.
In 1949 John D Rockefeller Jr. donated 33,000 acres to the Grand Teton National Park and later his son transfered over 3,000 acres of their family retreat to the Park, an amazing gift from two generations.
You will find alpine environments, forests, sagebrush flats, meadows and wetlands as well as lakes, ponds and rivers in the Park!
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Schwabacher Landing, view of the Grand Tetons, Wyoming
Sunset lightbeams over the Grand Teton Moutain Range
Oxbow Bend Sunrise
T.A. Mouton Barn
Sunrise over Snake River
GrandTeton Mountain Range
Mouton Barn. Grand Teton Peak
Morman Row buildings
John Moulton house
Mormon Row barns
Rustic building and GrandTeton Range
Barn and Grand Teton Mountain Range
Late summer flowers and Teton Peak
© Katharine Langenberg Photography