Teton Range

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a mountain range in northwest Wyoming

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Many of his works were commissioned by the railroad companies, so his artwork served to open up these wonders of the West by encouraging tourism; a peak in the Teton range was named Mt.
The new destinations served from Bush Intercontinental Airport and Newark Liberty International Airport are the Colorado Rockies and Wyoming's Teton range.
Join us as we hike along the western side of the magnificent Teton Range. Supported by pack animals, we'll move north through forested terrain that's home to moose, bighorn sheep, deer, elk, and beaver.
Jackson's art and gallery scene has been compared to art communities such as Scottsdale, Ariz., and Santa Fe, N.M., but draws on local inspiration such as the often painted awe-inspiring Grand Teton--the tallest mountain in the Teton Range at 13,772 feet.
And just as bad a contrast was a view of the Teton Range in Jackson Hole, which Norman and I had by chance painted from almost exactly the same site.
But then, Jackson is virtually surrounded by mountains -- the Teton Range to the west and the Gros Ventre Range to the east -- so it's hard to avoid having a spectacular view.
In the spring of 2009, a wolverine known as M56 walked out of his home in Wyoming's Teton Range and headed south.
In the Teton Range of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, skiers and snowboarders gather every winter to stage death-defying leaps in front of photographers with connections to major outdoor magazines.
Beyond the Snake, the snowcapped peaks of the Teton Range, jagged like a row of shark's teeth, cut a serrated line high into the Wyoming sky, rising above the valley and river to create one of the American West's iconic landscapes in Grand Teton National Park.