Teton Range


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Te·ton Range

 (tē′tŏn′, tēt′n)
A range of the Rocky Mountains in northwest Wyoming and southeast Idaho. The Tetons rise to 4,197 m (13,770 ft) at Grand Teton.
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Teton Range

(ˈtiːtən)
n
(Placename) a mountain range in the N central US, mainly in NW Wyoming. Highest peak: Grand Teton, 4196 m (13 766 ft)
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Te′ton Range′


n.
a mountain range in NW Wyoming and SE Idaho: a part of the Rocky Mountains. Highest peak, Grand Teton, ab. 13,700 ft. (4175 m).
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Teton Range - a mountain range in northwest WyomingTeton Range - a mountain range in northwest Wyoming; contains the Grand Teton
Equality State, WY, Wyoming - a state in the western United States; mountainous in the west and north with the Great Plains in the east
Grand Teton - a mountain peak in northwestern Wyoming; the highest peak in the Teton Range (13,766 feet high)
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For my first visit ever to the park, I consulted the Internet, hotel staff, and a park ranger to plan the perfect loop, a route that promised to bring me close to the Snake River, provide the chance to see some wildlife and views of the iconic Teton Range, and get me back to the airport with time to spare.
"If I don't come back try to make a living off the place." Manges was only the second settler to pony up $15 for a plot of land in the shadow of the Teton Range, following passage of the Homestead Act of 1862.
Saturday on the 12,300-foot (3,750-meter) Teewinot (tee-WIN'-aht) Mountain, the sixth-tallest peak in the Teton Range.
The two giant mountains that make up the ski area jut out of the Teton range in Grand Teton National Park and Bridger-Teton National Forest, a vast alpine expanse that is home to tens of thousands of elk, moose, and at least a dozen identified wolf packs in recent years.
The bride and bridesmaids arrived by way of an old-fashioned wagon drawn by a team of pinto horses with the Teton Range as their backdrop.
Thomas Moran, Chasm of the Colorado, Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, and The Teton Range, 1897.