The Grand Teton range in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, is an imposing mountain range. The peaks form a line marching from south to north, each one seemingly interlocking with the next, and each thrusting proudly into the sky reaching for the heavens. The entire range projects strength and solidarity, making it the perfect Teton Stronghold.
Next to the Tetons runs the mighty Snake River, although here in Grand Teton National Park the river is just getting started from its headwaters just to the north. Toward the southern end of the park, it is already broad and swift, sweeping along in its headlong rush toward the Pacific Ocean.
During fall, the leaves of the trees don their bright autumn colors, bringing the already picturesque landscape into vistas of vivid fall colors. When the sun’s rays catch the leaves just right, their glow intensifies, leading you to wonder how such colors are possible.
Combine all of these elements, including some wisps of fog around the mountains, and Teton Stronghold comes to life.