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Celebrating the first woman to climb the Grand Teton

The Grand Teatons.
Lauren Crabtree

In 1923, Eleanor Davis became the first recorded woman to climb the Grand Teton – the namesake for Grand Teton National Park. One hundred years later, an all-female group of climbers summited the peak to celebrate her legacy. Wyoming Public Radio's Hannah Habermann went along for their recent climb, and has this report for the Mountain West News Bureau.

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