Pictures by QT Luong
The flat-topped, 11,106-foot Table Mountain sits just at the border of Grand Teton National Park and Caribou-Targhee National Forest. The mountain was first climbed by William Henry Jackson's party, and he made the first first ever photographs of the Tetons there. traverses wildflower meadows that are still in bloom even in the late summer.
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There are 30 color pictures of Teton Range on this page
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