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We Directly Support Grand Teton National Park

Grand Teton National Park Foundation is a private, nonprofit organization that funds projects that enhance Grand Teton National Park’s cultural, historic, and natural resources and helps others learn about and protect all that is special in the park.

The Foundation initiates improvements, critical research, and outreach that enrich visitors’ experiences to help create a stable future for Grand Teton National Park.

What We Do

Grooming in Grand Teton

This winter marks the sixth consecutive season the Foundation is partnering with Grand Teton National Park to provide regular grooming of the Teton Park Road.

The road was groomed on Tuesday, February 19 from Taggart Lake Trailhead to South Jenny Lake. Grooming is scheduled again on Friday, February 22, weather permitting.

Donate to this community effort by visiting wwww.gtnpf.org/donate and list “grooming” in the comments field. We hope you take advantage and discover Grand Teton’s incredible winter landscape!


Recent Blog Posts

  • Third Day of Grooming Park Road Added for Remainder of Winter Season

    Wednesday, January 30th, 2019

    We are pleased to share that the 14-mile stretch of road between Taggart Lake Trailhead and Signal Mountain in Grand Teton National Park is now being groomed three times per week. Adding Sundays to the previous Tuesday and Friday schedule provides more consistent snow surfaces, especially for Nordic skiers. This winter marks the sixth consecutive […]

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  • Wildlife Whereabouts: Surviving Winter

    Wednesday, January 30th, 2019

    Park wildlife are responding to mid-winter’s cold and snow like they always do—using a variety of adaptations and strategies that help maximize their chances of survival. • As winter progresses, hibernating animals, such as yellow-bellied marmots, Uinta ground squirrels, black and grizzly bears, and others, benefit from a deeper snowpack, which provides better insulation. • […]

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  • A Passion for Place: New Corporate Partners Support Grand Teton

    Wednesday, January 30th, 2019

    Every year local, regional, and national organizations support our work in Grand Teton National Park. These businesses—and the people behind them—care deeply for the park and are passionate to help ensure that it continues to inspire visitors for generations to come. We are pleased to share the story behind the organizations who joined the Foundation […]

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