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Teewinot Peak

Arriving at the summit of the Grand Teton

Looking up at the Grand Teton from the Lower Saddle

Few mountain ranges in the world are as dramatic as the Tetons.  Rising suddenly from the flat meadows of Jackson Hole, the steep, rocky peaks of the Tetons create an awe-inspiring wall of snow and stone. 
The unexpected quality of the rock, the almost immediate access and the sheer beauty of this range has made the Tetons an important and historic part of North American mountaineering and climbing.

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All Photos Copyright 2003 Nicolas Falacci