Balsoom Root wildflowers, Cathedral Group, Grand Teton ParkAdd to Cart Add to Lightbox Download
Wildflowers, Balsoom Root or mules ears blooming below the Cathedral Group in Grand Teton National Park. The Cathedral Group are the mountains on the left. They look like one mountain but the group consists of Mt. Teewinot on the left, Mt. Owen on the right and the Grand Teton nestled in the center. The Peak to the Right of of the group separated by Cascade Canyon is Mt. St. John.
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