Dramatically towering over the town of Jackson Hole in northwestern Wyoming, the Teton Range is a daunting and beautiful sight. Now a part of Grand Teton National Park, a short drive from Yellowstone, its namesake peak lures climbers and experienced hikers with its 13,770 feet of windswept rock face. For those who prefer lower altitudes, hit the trails on horseback or take a driving tour of the park to view more than 60 species of mammals including pronghorn antelope and stately elks.
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