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Grand Teton National Park is a United States National Park located in northwestern Wyoming, south of Yellowstone National Park. The park is named after the Grand Teton, which, at 13,770 feet (4,197 m), is the tallest mountain in the Teton Range.  The origin of the name "Teton" is not definitive. One possible origin is that it was the name given by French trappers in the area. ("Tetons" means breasts in French) Another possible source is that the mountains derive their name from the names of one of tribes in the Sioux Nation.  Grand Teton National Park was established on February 26, 1929. The park covers 484 square miles (1,250 km2) of land and water.  There are nearly 200 miles (320 km) of trails for hikers to enjoy in Grand Teton National Park.

 

Grand Teton 2013 Wall Calendar

Grand Teton 2013 Wall Calendar

Grand Teton Wall Calendar: This calendar provides a unique glimpse of Grand Teton National Parkís landscapes. The diverse beauty of the Tetons is captured at this breathtaking panorama where mountain men ventured into Jackson Hole during the early 1800ís. How can any mountain scenery be as awe-inspiring and impressive as the Teton Range? Is it the 7,000 ft. vertical rise of these peaks from flowering meadows to barren rock pinnacles? A winterís sunset glows behind the sheer austerity of the Cathedral Group. Ice sculptured and shaped these pinnacles and spires. Experience the artistry of Larry Burton Photography every time one of these picturesque calendars is purchased.


Grand Teton 2013 Mini Wall Calendar

Grand Teton 2013 Mini Wall Calendar

Grand Teton Mini Wall Calendar: This 2013 Grand Teton Calendar provides a unique glimpse of Grand Teton National Parkís landscapes. The diverse beauty of the Tetons is captured at this breathtaking panorama where mountain men ventured into Jackson Hole during the early 1800ís. How can any mountain scenery be as awe-inspiring and impressive as the Teton Range? Is it the 7,000 ft. vertical rise of these peaks from flowering meadows to barren rock pinnacles? A winterís sunset glows behind the sheer austerity of the Cathedral Group. Ice sculptured and shaped these pinnacles and spires. Experience the artistry of Larry Burton Photography every time one of these picturesque calendars is purchased.


 

 



 

      

 

 


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