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While a straight line can be drawn between Teewinot and Grand Teton without intersecting Mt. Owen; Mt. Owen does pretty much separate Teewinot and Grand. Climbing Teewinot to Owen to Grand is the start of the well known "Grand Traverse." I'd prefer to see that dynamic of the layout of the mountains described instead of simply stating that Teewinot is northeast of Grand Teton. Tdsharkey 18:32, 16 February 2007 (UTC)
Feel free to expand this as much as you want, so long as whatever is added is referenced. See WP:RS...your contributions are welcome!--MONGO 19:02, 16 February 2007 (UTC)