There are very few landscapes in the world that can compare to Grand Teton National Park. At just over 300,000 acres in Northwestern Wyoming, the park also includes the major peaks of a 40-mile long Teton Range as well as most of the Northern section of Jackson Hole. Outside of the stunning natural beauty of the area, the park is also home to a rich history of cultural artifacts including old homesteads and cattle ranches. The days were spent exploring all that the park grounds had to offer and setting up camp for the night. Meals where shared with new friends cooked over a portable stove while never forgetting the "leave no trace" mentality to ensure parks like this remain in our lives for generations to come.