Mt. Moran, 12,100 feet, from Leigh Lake, Grand Teton national park
Genuine Curteigh-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card
Mt. Moran, from Leigh Lake, is 12,100 feet high and was named for the famous artist, Thomas Moran, (1836-1926). This mountain is difficult to ascend, having been scaled only a few times and is one of the highest peaks in the newly created Grand Teton National Park, in which this mountain is an outstanding feature. Grand Teton National Park was established by act of Congress, February 26, 1929.