DISCOVER WINTER IN GRAND TETON
Whether you are a cross country skier, snowshoer, or general outdoor enthusiast, Grand Teton National Park is a fantastic place to explore during the winter season.
We 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 review the weekly GTNP snowpack discussion and daily avalanche forecast before your next winter adventure.
WINTER GROOMING IS UNDERWAY
Weekly Grand Teton National Park Grooming Schedule:
- Tuesdays from Taggart Lake Trailhead to South Jenny Lake (4 lanes)
- Fridays from Taggart Lake Trailhead to Signal Mountain (2 lanes)
- Sundays from Taggart Lake Trailhead to South Jenny Lake (4 lanes)
*Weather and conditions depending, we will provide this service through mid-March. For grooming updates, call the park's road information hotline at 307-739-3682.
This winter marks the eighth consecutive season the Foundation is partnering with Grand Teton National Park to provide regular grooming of the Teton Park Road. Donate to this community effort by visiting wwww.gtnpf.org/donate and list "grooming" in the comments field. We hope you take advantage of and discover Grand Teton’s incredible winter landscape!
Grand Teton National Park Foundation funds strategic research, on-the-ground protection and restoration, and targeted education to support the long-term conservation and visitor enjoyment of the park’s wildlife populations and the habitat they depend on. Learn about how your favorite species survive winter in this harsh environment and discover who has been active in the area by identifying the tracks that are left behind in the snow.