Jackson Hole

The history of Grand Teton National Park is steeped in Cowboy lore. The early visitors traveled by horseback to view the park long before roads were built. Without the dude ranches the Park might not exist today.

The land for the Triangle X ranch was purchased by John Turner in 1926. The Turner Family has been enabling visitors to experience the Park via horseback ever since.

This folio is an attempt to capture the grandeur of the Tetons in the light of the dude ranch culture that helped preserve them.