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Few will argue that the Teton Range, which rises to more than 6,000 feet above the Jackson Hole valley floor, isn’t the nation’s most memorable mountain profile. Flanked by its sister peaks, the Middle Teton and Mount Owen, Wyoming’s Grand Teton towers to 13,770 feet. The Teton summits attract daring mountaineers from around the globe. Other park visitors enjoy hiking around picturesque mountain lakes, floating on the Snake River and viewing a wide variety of wildlife.