Grand Teton National Park is a national park in Wyoming, United States, located in the northwest corner of the state. The park covers approximately 310,000 acres (1,300 km2) and includes the main peaks of the Teton Range, which stretches for 40 miles (64 kilometers), as well as the majority of Jackson Hole’s northern areas.
Grand Teton National Park is just 10 miles (16 kilometers) south of Yellowstone National Park, where it shares the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway, which is maintained by the National Park Service. These three protected areas, along with adjacent national forests, make up the nearly 18,000,000-acre (7,300,000 ha) Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, one of the world’s largest intact mid-latitude temperate ecosystems.
Whatever your preferences are, Grand Teton has something for you. Forests, wildflowers, and animals flourish in the mountains, valleys, lakes, rivers, and skies. With old homesteads and cattle ranches to explore and photograph, the park also has a rich cultural history.