At 13,775 ft of elevation, Grand Teton is the towering summit for which Grand Teton National Park is named. Mountaineers, hikers, wildlife enthusiasts, and other outdoor adventurers have been enjoying the scenery at the park since it opened in 1929. If you were one of the approximately 3 million yearly visitors to the park, you know what enchanting beauty this place holds. A topographical model of the tallest peak in the park makes a great keepsake to remember your trip.
Because topography models are meant to be held and touched, they allow you to appreciate the beauty of your favorite terrain in ways that no other product can. The model has been CNC machined out of solid aluminum using 3D models produced with USGS topographical data. With a diameter of 3.5" and a height of up to 1.75" this item is perfect for desks, coffee tables, shelves, and window sills. The many facets of this model shimmer beautifully when placed near a window or other light source.
TRUE TO NATURE
All Alpeaks topographical models are produced with high resolution USGS topo data collected by the space shuttle in the year 2000. This means that each topograph appears exactly the same as the place it's modeled after.
EXTRAORDINARY QUALITY YOU CAN FEEL GOOD ABOUT
The topographs are 100% made in the USA with American-made materials and tools. We use the highest quality aluminum billet available, which means your model will be around until someone melts it down. Everything from our by-product to our metal-cutting tools, to our packaging, is 100% recyclable to make absolutely sure we leave nothing behind except for awesome products and happy customers. We're also proud to donate a portion of every one of our sales to environmental organizations to preserve our country's natural beauty.
- 100% American Made
- Meticulous attention to detail on every feature
- 3.5" base detailed. Made in USA.
- 3" diameter model, up to 1.75" tall
- Made with raw aluminum billet & stainless steel screws
- Engraved 5 degrees division compass
- Packaged in recycled cardboard boxes and kraft paper