Grand Teton National Park

Established in 1929 Grand Teton National Park is home to over 1,000 species of vascular plants, dozens of mammals and 300 species of birds.  The parks name comes from the highest mountain peak in the Teton Range, Grand Teton at 13,775 feet.  This peak and the others in the 40-mile range of mountains abruptly rise more than 7,000’ from the valley floor.  Grand Teton National Park is a popular destination for mountaineering, hiking, fishing and other forms of recreation.  To learn more about this park and Leave No Trace please visit www.nationaparks.org