Have you visited the Grand Teton National Park? What's your favorite moment at the park? (GOT IT!) Just think that each time you see this design displayed at home or work you will have that memory spring to the present. What you haven't been yet? Well, time to start planning a trip.
- The 310,000 acres of the Grand Teton National Park got its name from the Grand Teton, the tallest mountain in the Teton Range at 13,775 feet. The Grand Teton was named by French-speaking trappers calling it “les trois tétons” meaning the three teats. Grand Teton National Park is an almost pristine ecosystem today. It has the same species of flora and fauna that existed since prehistoric time. Are you one of the 3.27 million annual visitors to this park?
Made of 3/4 in wood in the USA. Casper approved.