Grand Teton (13,770')

The Grand Teton is not only the highest peak in the Teton Range but also the high point of climbing activity.  From any approach to the range, the Grand Teton towers above the lesser peaks and beckons the climber almost irresistibly.  In more than 100 years of climbing on "the Grand" routes to its summit have been found that will satisfy anyone's taste.  From the Owen-Spalding route to the direct North Face almost all degrees of difficulty can be found.  All routes, however, require knowledge of the use of a rope and correct belay techniques to be negotiated safely.