Adventure Journal’s “Great Mountains of the World”: Grand Teton

My profile of the Grand Teton is up on Adventure Journal today — if you’ve ever seen it, or seen great photos of it, you know what I mean when I say, “The Grand Teton was not the first mountain I ever saw, but it might as well have been.”

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2 replies on “Adventure Journal’s “Great Mountains of the World”: Grand Teton

  • Gary Goldenberg

    Brings back old memories! The Grand was my first proper rock climb, via the upper Exum route. It scared the crap out of me and I promised all the gods I would never, ever again put myself in such a tenuous position. However, the next day, sitting in a outdoor cafe in Jackson, looking back at the stunning mountain and still feeling the adrenaline rush, I sighed, knowing that I was hooked. I would have to climb again. The Grand does that to you.

  • Russ White

    My first real look at The Grand was atop Buck Mountain thanks to Big City Mountaineers. The whole area of Jackson Hole is truly amazing. I could only imagine coming up on The Tetons back in the 1800’s after miles and miles of travel through the prairie. Breathtaking I’m sure! Thanks for the history lesson.

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