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Update on trail closures August 23rd, 2016


The Glade Creek, Lower Berry Creek, Lower Owl Canyon and Lower Webb Canyon trails are closed due to very active wildland fire activity. These conditions are changing daily and the canyons will remain closed until further notice. 
For more information consult the park website at:

https://www.nps.gov/grte/planyourvisit/conditions.htm
Or consult the updated incident conditions at:
http://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/4954/

BAXTER'S PINNACLE OPEN - AUGUST 2, 2016

The closure due to peregrine falcon nesting has been lifted.  Thanks to all park visitors/climbers for respecting this closure.   

HOT & DRY IN THE TETONS - JULY 29,2016

The dog days of summer have hit. It's hot, dry and lots of people are crawling around in the hills. Arriving with a plan A and B is recommended for those seeking overnight permits in the Park.

Snow has melted out of most areas, with just a few stubborn patches lingering here and there.

JULY SNOW STORM! - JULY 10-11,2016

4" of new snow reported at the Lower Saddle along with 50-70mph gusts.  The fixed lines and watering hole were encased in ice - similar to current conditions up high in the mountains.  Expect "alpine" conditions for the next number of days, particularly in the east to north to west facing terrain as well as the sheltered terrain and ledges of the southerly terrain.

The Jenny Lake Ranger Station is
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.

~The Jenny Lake Climbing Rangers