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ANOTHER SHOT OF SNOW THIS WEEKEND, LET IT SNOW! - NOVEMBER 7, 2012
The first storm of this season brought 2-3 feet of new snow to the mountains, but another warm and dry period melted it back to an elevation of 9,000'. The reports of warm, south facing rock climbing may be coming to an end. The second winter storm is predicted for this weekend with more snow in the mountains and cold temperatures.
Backcountry camping permits are required year-round for all overnight trips into the backcountry of Grand Teton National Park. Permits are free and can be obtained year-round at the Craig Thomas Discovery & Visitor Center in Moose and during the summer months at the Colter Bay Visitor Center and Jenny Lake Ranger Station. Detailed information can be found in the links on the right.
All route condition information has been removed from this site for the winter season, however, the HOME PAGE will continue to provide periodic updates on general conditions in the Teton Range throughout the winter.
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Climbing and mountaineering are inherently dangerous pursuits. This website is not a substitute for good judgment. Route conditions and photos will be updated whenever possible, but ulimately the responsibility rests with you and your partners while in the Tetons.
Please stop in and see us at the Jenny Lake Ranger Station when you're in town, or give us a call at 307.739.3343, 8-5pm MST during the peak of the summer.