Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

Jackson Hole, Wyo., Oct. 12, 2012: Grand Teton, for which Grand Teton National Park is named, rises more than 7,000 feet above Jackson Hole. The Teton Range is 40-miles in length, and small glaciers persist at the higher elevations near the highest peaks in the range. Some of the rocks in the park, dated at nearly 2.7 billion years, are the oldest found in any U.S. National Park.

These mountains are something everyone should see. 

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