For the seventh consecutive winter, the Foundation is partnering with Grand Teton National Park to provide regular grooming of Teton Park Road between the Taggart Lake and Signal Mountain trailheads. The track will be groomed between Taggart Lake Trailhead and South Jenny Lake on Tuesdays and Sundays, and the entire length to Signal Mountain on Fridays (weather permitting). When deep snow limits many park users’ abilities to explore Grand Teton, the groomed road creates easy access for cross country skiers, snowshoers, and walkers.
The Foundation is pleased to continue providing support to allow safe, enjoyable winter recreation in Grand Teton, but we need your support. Donate to this community effort by visiting https://www.gtnpf.org/donate/ and selecting “grooming” in the drop-down menu.
Grooming began last week and will continue through mid-March. For updates and current conditions, check our Facebook page or call the park’s road information line at 307-739-3682. We hope you have the opportunity to discover Grand Teton’s incredible winter landscape this season!
Are you interested to explore the park but want a guide? EcoTour Adventures offers a variety of winter natural history programs in Grand Teton National Park. Their local, professional guides provide cross country skiing, snowshoeing, and wildlife viewing programs that aim to connect visitors to the national parks and natural world in Western Wyoming. They are also generous partners to Grand Teton National Park Foundation via their Dollars for Conservation Program where they donate 2% of sales to groups that help protect the important resources that people enjoy on their tours. Check out their website for more information.