Grand Teton National Park

Grand Teton National Park is located in western Wyoming south of Yellowstone National Park. It is named after the Grand Teton mountains in the park. The name of the mountains was based on the French word for breasts probably referring to the shape of the peaks. It was established as a United States National Park on February 26, 1929.

There are nearly 200 miles of trails for hikers to enjoy in Grand Teton National Park

Grand Teton
Designation National Park
Location Wyoming United States
Nearest City Billings, Montana
Latitude 43 44' N
Longitude 110 48' W
Area 310,000 acres
Date of Establishment February 26 1929
Visitation 2,606,492
Governing Body National Park Service
IUCN category II (National Park)


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