The mountains were named by a French trapper who viewed them from the Idaho side of the range and called them tétons, the french word for "nipples" or "teats" (presumably referring to the shape of the peaks).
From Pennsylvania to WyomingKelly (USA) and I drove from PA to WY, got to Jackson Hole and spent a night at a Grand Teton National Park's campground.
We had nice views of the whole range from where we were staying at, actually from everwhere we were. An amazing range, and one of the most beautiful mountain ranges I've ever seen.
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