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Our National Parks

Our feature is Grand Teton National Park, located in the state of Wyoming.
Grand Teton is known for its jagged, glacially carved peaks that rise suddenly from the Jackson Hole valley. These peaks rose from thousands of earthquakes occurring over the past 5 to 9 million years.
Then, only 15,000 years ago, small mountain glaciers flowed from high elevations and cut their way through the mountains, causing U-shaped canyons to be formed between the peaks. These glaciers flowed down into the valley, forming the pristine lakes that you see today. For more information on this park and others, go to our links below.

The National Park Guide

ParkNet - The National Park Service

The National Parks Conservation Association

GORP - US National Parks