Beautiful view of a snowy Teton mountain range in the Fall.
This magestic white and grey mountain reflects heaps of rock and stone. This photo reveals the pure chrome of the Teton's glittering rock touched with snow and ice.
Rising above the sage covered valley, the Teton Range stands to the imagination. The Teton Range is part of the Rocky Mountains in North America. It is south of Yellowstone National Park. Most of the east slope of the range is in Grand Teton National Park.
Some of the peaks in the Teton Range rise as much as 7,000 feet from the valley below. The highest, most prominent peak is the Grand Teton, standing at 13,770 feet. South of the Grand are the Middle Teton, South Teton, and Cloudveil Dome, among others. To the north of the Grand are Mt. Owen, Teewinot, and flat-topped Mt. Moran.