EXPLORING WINTER

EXPLORING WINTER IN GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK

Whether you are a cross country skier, snowshoer, or general outdoor enthusiast, Grand Teton National Park is a fantastic place to discover during the winter season.

The Teton Park Road is groomed three times per week, weather depending, for the benefit of all visitors. Follow us on Facebook for the most up-to-date conditions in the park.

We also support a park snow ranger who collaborates with the Bridger Teton Avalanche Center and provides up-to-date information for skiers and riders before they enter Grand Teton's backcountry. Be sure to take a look at the daily forecast before your next winter adventure.

Want to take a walk beneath the Tetons and learn more about how the park’s flora and fauna adapt to winter? Rangers guide snowshoe tours for park visitors that start from the Taggart Lake trailhead. Reservations are required.

PREP FOR YOUR WINTER ADVENTURES

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