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USA - Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

semi-overcast 22 °C

We drove north out of Utah and the scenery started to change from dry red rocks, to lush green hills. The Grand Teton Mountain range protrudes out of lakes and meadows, a beautiful sight.


The first day the mountains were shrouded in rain clouds, but we returned to see them in sunshine, and what a majestic sight they are. Lakes and rivers wrap themselves around the foothills and make for some beautiful walking in the area. Sitting at higher altitude, the weather was much cooler, a welcome change from the scorching 35° c days we had in southern Utah!

Posted by TheNomadWay.com 17:00 Archived in USA

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