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.
- 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.
- Grand Teton is a world-class destination that provides plenty of adventures for all to enjoy. From backcountry skiing to winter camping, be sure to check the local avalanche forecast and be confident that you have the appropriate skills and knowledge before tackling your winter objective. Also, be sure to take a look at the local weather forecast.
- Visit Grand Teton National Park’s website for a full list of ways to plan and prepare for your trip.
GTNPF Supports Winter Activities
- For the seventh consecutive year, Grand Teton National Park Foundation is supporting grooming of the 14-mile stretch between Bradley-Taggart trailhead and Signal Mountain, creating easy access to this winter wonderland for all visitors. Need help planning your adventure in the park? Take a look at a few of our recommendations.
- For the second year, Grand Teton National Park Foundation is supporting a snow ranger who collaborates with the local avalanche center to provide park-specific snowpack observations that contribute to the daily forecast utilized by backcountry skiers and mountaineers. New this year, the snow ranger is creating a weekly Grand Teton snowpack summary that is available to the public on the local avalanche forecasting website. Be sure to check it out before you plan your winter adventures in the park!