Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
In a view made
world famous by photographer Ansel Adams, the graceful Snake River curves
toward the Teton range's dominant peaks, Middle, South, Owen, Teewinot,
Nez Perce and 13,770 ft. Grand Teton. These steep granite towers, home
to the Shoshone and Athapaskan peoples for centuries, teem with wild animals
and intriguing history. Mountain men held wild and wooly rendezvous here
in the early 1800s.