Horses graze in the early morning autumn light in Grand Teton National Park. Grand Teton, at a height of 13,775 ft and a prominence of of over 6,500 feet, dominates the landscape. The Teton Range, while not nearly the highest mountains in the Rockies, are arguably the most impressive, largely because of the drastic rise they have made from the flat valley floor of Jackson Hole. There are no foothills in sight.
Grand Teton National Park - Wyoming