Once you set foot into Wyoming, it's easy to see why it's famous for its unique landscapes and history. Wyoming has more than 40 old ghost mining towns, over 10,000 geysers, and at least 109 mountain ranges and sub-ranges. The state is also home to fascinating dinosaur dig sites and museums. There's a long list of things in Wyoming that takes your breath away, and hiking in Grand Teton National Park is definitely on that list. When trekking in the Tetons, you can find moose, elk, black bear, grizzly bear, and bison in the park. Something else to be on the lookout for in the Tetons is glaciers. There are 11 active glaciers in the Grand Teton National Park right now!
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