Grand Teton National Park Foundation

Posts With Tag: Visitor Experiences

  • Teton Crest Trail Improvements Slated for Next Summer

    Monday, July 29th, 2019

    The Teton Crest Trail is a forty-five-mile-long backcountry route that passes through the high country of Grand Teton National Park. It is one of the most scenic, picturesque sections of trail within the National Park Service and Backpacker Magazine claims it as “one of the best hikes ever.” The Foundation is currently seeking support to […]

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  • 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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  • New Park Weather Stations Up and Running for Winter Season

    Friday, November 30th, 2018

    Photo by Aaron Diamond. This fall, the Foundation partnered with the park and Bridger Teton Avalanche Center (BTAC) to purchase and install winter weather stations in the park. Two instruments—wind and snow—were placed in the Surprise Lake/Disappointment Peak region in late September. “Since the park is a significant portion of the forecast area, we wanted […]

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