Grand Teton National Park

The Teton Mountain Range is between 6 and 9 million years old, which actually makes it one of the youngest mountain ranges in North America! (Seems funny to use “million years old” and “young” in the same sentence!) There are 12 epic glaciers in Grand Teton National Park, and among them reside black bears, grizzly bears, gray wolves, coyotes, river otters, cougars, martens, elk, bison, and moose. With our efforts, we can protect the animals of the Tetons and the habitat they thrive in for many generations to come.