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Intermountain Regional Director Sue Masica approved a Record of Decision for Grand Teton National Park’s Moose-Wilson Corridor Final Comprehensive Management Plan/Environmental Impact Statement. The Record of Decision marks completion of the planning phase of the project, which began in December 2013 and will be implemented beginning in the spring of 2017. The decision document can be viewed...
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As of one week ago, Jenny Lake had open water. Is that still the case? Guess you'll have to snowshoe or ski in to find out! The Teton Park Road is now open to cross-country skiing, skate skiing, and snow-shoeing from Taggart Lake Trailhead to Signal Mountain.

Photo description: the snow-covered Teton mountains are reflected in Jenny Lake. Photo courtesy of J. Skaggs.
The status of Teton Park Road, Moose-Wilson Road, and Signal Mountain Summit Road within Grand Teton National Park has been changed from wheeled access to over snow access due to recent snow accumulation. The designated portions of these roads are now ready to accommodate winter recreational use and wheeled access is prohibited for the season.

More Info: [ Go.nps.gov Link ]

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Wildlife is on the move. Be extra careful as bison, elk, and moose are moving to winter ranges. Give a brake to wildlife and drive 45 at night.

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For this, we are deeply grateful. May you find much to be thankful for this and every day.

Photo description: the sun lights the tips of the snow-covered Teton mountains and low-hanging clouds at sunrise. Photo courtesy of J. Mohr
#FindYourPark this Friday while you #OptOutside
Congratulations Harrison Goodall!

A long-time Grand Teton National Park volunteer has been recognized for his service. Harrison Goodall, a professional building conservator from Langley, Washington, received this year’s Hartzog Enduring Service Award for the Intermountain Region of the National Park Service. As a volunteer, Goodall has completed over 135 historic preservation projects in 55...
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Clear and quiet in the park with winter at its door.

NPS Photo from Snake River Overlook
A winter moment.

NPS Video from Valley Trail towards Death Canyon
Do you have a Grand Teton sign selfie?

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Supermoon rising from Mormon Row! #supermoon2016
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NPS Photo from this weekend at Elk Ranch Flats.
"He was loved alike by 'dudes' and natives.' All regret his passing" Jackson Hole Courier wrote about David Spalding a Civil War Veteran who is buried near the shores of Phelps Lake here at Grand Teton.

He was an Illinois native who moved to the Jackson Hole Valley in the late 1890s. Spalding received a 119 acre homestead on the southeastern shore of Phelps Lake. Like many homesteaders, he...
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Happy Veterans Day! Thanks to all those that have served our great nation. Special appreciation to the Veterans that work at the park. Thanks for your service to our country, and for your contributions to Grand Teton National Park and the National Park Service.
It’s gorgeous scenes like this sunrise at Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming that remind everyone how beautiful your public lands are. From sea to shining sea, from snow capped mountains to cool, green forests, these special places offer a moment of zen. Foggy fall morning at Oxbow Bend by D. Brent Young (.
Working in partnership with Yellowstone-Teton Clean Cities, Grand Teton continues to green our fleet of vehicles with this new Chevy Volt and another one on the way. This is part of the Clean Cities National Parks Initiative in which Grand Teton received a grant for the vehicles and power charging stations.
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NPS Photo from tonight.
Happy National Bison Day! This year it is even more exciting since in May of this year President Obama signed the National Bison Legacy Act into law, officially making the American bison the national mammal of the United States. #nationalbisonday

Do you have any Bison photos to share today?
The Teton Park Road closed to motorized vehicle travel this morning, but is open to walking, biking, skateboarding, inline skating, and other non-motorized vehicle transportation. Plus pets on leashes are allowed on the road. Have fun!

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Grand Teton National Park rangers investigated a wildlife-vehicle collision in the park that resulted in the death of a male grizzly bear early Sunday morning, October 30.

Rangers remind drivers to be alert when driving through the park as animals are migrating this time of year. Please watch for wildlife and observe the posted speed limits, including a 45 mile-per-hour night time speed...
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