Fall has arrived in the Tetons. In the event of a storm, hikers must be prepared for snow, ice and white out conditions. In planning your trip remember that the days are much shorter now, with useable daylight ending at approximately 7:30 pm. Temperatures can drop into the single digits with a cold front. If attempting passes over 10,000 feet, make sure to observe weather for up to three days in advance.
In the summer, this section provides updated
route condition information for the canyons and select popular trails in Grand Teton
National Park. Please be aware that many mountain passes remain
snow-covered throughout most of the summer season. The ability to properly use an ice axe and/or crampons may be required to
ensure safe travel.
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.