The Grand Tetons

The Grand Teton National Park is just 11 miles south of Yellowstone. It has some spectacular sights, yet it doesn't get nearly as much love as it's larger brother to the north. The Teton Range rises up seemingly right out of the plains and presents you with a striking contrast between the two.


  • Faster Water
  • Pond Finished
  • IR Pond
  • Icy Water

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When you think of National Parks, Yosemite is probably one of the Big 3 that everyone can name. President Lincoln protected the land in 1864, but it didn't become a Park until 1890. It contains North America's highest waterfall - Yosemite Falls, among dozens of other seasonal ones.