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Wildlife Whereabouts: Where to Meet a Moose

Despite the January cold, there are still some species that are quite active in Grand Teton: Coyotes remain active throughout the harsh winter in Grand Teton. Photo by Sean Beckett • Moose use their long legs to move through deep ...

2015 Youth Conservation Program is Hiring!

Do you know a teen who is interested in conservation and looking for a summer job? The 2015 Youth Conservation Program (YCP) is hiring! Applicants must be between the ages of 16 and 19 and willing to spend their summer ...

Adventure Journal: Winter Getaway – Headwaters Lodge and Cabins at Flagg Ranch

Nestled in the northern reaches of Grand Teton National Park, only two miles from Yellowstone National Park's border, lay the Headwaters Lodge and Cabins at Flagg Ranch. Newly open for the winter season, the renovated resort is an ideal jumping-off ...

In the Spotlight: Wells Fargo

Known as one of America's most generous companies, Wells Fargo has a long history of community giving and volunteerism in Wyoming. We had a chance to speak with members of the Jackson Hole branch to learn more about how their ...

Connecting to Culture and Place by Teddi Hofmann

Grand Teton National Park Foundation partners with Teton Science Schools (TSS) and Grand Teton National Park (GTNP) to offer meaningful outdoor experiences to local Latino middle and high school students through the Pura Vida program. Teddi Hofmann worked as an ...

Winter 2015 Inner Park Road Grooming Schedule

We are pleased to announce that grooming in Grand Teton is underway for the 2015 winter season! In partnership with Grand Teton National Park, we are grooming the Inner Park Road between the Bradley-Taggart trailhead and Signal Mountain Lodge two ...

Project Goals

The purpose of Inspiring Journeys: A Campaign for Jenny Lake is to create a cohesive, durable, and timeless complex of trails, bridges, and other facilities at Jenny Lake. Jenny Lake continues to be the place where people choose to have ...

Protecting Grand Teton’s Bears: GTNPF’s Bear Box Program VIDEO

Each summer, Grand Teton’s frontcountry campsites and picnic areas fill with visitors from near and far. With the grizzly and black bear populations increasing in the park, it is more important than ever for campers to properly store food and ...

Adventure Journal: A Tale of Teton Touring by Kim Havell

Grand Teton National Park is a world renowned destination for extreme athletes. During the winter, highly skilled and professionally trained adventurers from near and far test their ski mountaineering skills on the high peaks of the Teton range. Kim Havell, ...

Happy Holidays from GTNPF!

The winter months in Grand Teton are magical. With a range of outdoor activities, it's the perfect place to enjoy the holidays with friends and family. This holiday season, consider a gift to protect what matters to you, and give ...

Wildlife Whereabouts: Settling in for a long winter

Now that the snow is here to stay, animals in Grand Teton are either hibernating or migrating. More specifically: • Nearly all bears will be denned by the end of December, sleeping through the heart of the winter. • Fall ...

AT&T Supports Jenny Lake Renewal Project through Technology-Focused Grant

AT&T awarded Grand Teton National Park Foundation a $250,000 contribution toward Inspiring Journeys: A Campaign for Jenny Lake, a comprehensive restoration of the park’s most popular destination in honor of the National Park Service centennial in 2016. The contribution will ...
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